Alexander L. Rosaen is an affiliated expert working primarily in the Public Policy and Economic Analysis practice area. Mr. Rosaen’s background is in applied economics and public finance.
Mr. Rosaen’s recent work includes several economic and fiscal impact analyses, including of proposed real estate developments, power plants, and infrastructure projects; analysis of tax incentives; an analysis of the impact of federal tax incentives on the freight rail industry; and an analysis of the economic contribution that research universities make in the State of Michigan.
Prior to joining Anderson Economic Group, Mr. Rosaen worked for the Office of Retirement Services (part of the Michigan Department of Management and Budget) for the Benefit Plan Design group. He has also worked as a mechanical engineer for Williams International in Walled Lake, Michigan.
Mr. Rosaen holds a Masters in Public Policy from the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. He also has a Masters of Science and a Bachelors of Science in mechanical engineering from the University of Michigan.