Charles Wu




M.B.A., enterprise management, MIT Sloan School of Management; M.A., economics, Northwestern University; S.B., economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Summary of Experience

Mr. Wu has broad experience consulting to clients on energy economics, securities, trade disputes, and mergers and acquisitions. He has conducted economic impact analyses related to energy, electricity, and carbon allowance markets, and has designed and run simulations of large-scale distributed networks to predict operational efficiency and costs to consumers, including operational models of power plant and natural gas availability to analyze fuel and energy security during extreme weather conditions. Mr. Wu has assisted market regulatory authorities with matters related to market and auction design. In litigation matters, he has supported academic affiliates with damages estimations based on lost royalties, critiques of statistical sampling for mortgage-backed securities, and Monte Carlo simulation modeling of statistical tests. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Mr. Wu worked at Microsoft, where he used order-level data from across Microsoft’s hardware supply chain to visualize the timing of international distribution center inbound and outbound shipments.