Paul Rothstein

Section Chief, Financial Institutions and Regulatory Policy

Professional experience

    • Section Chief, Financial Institutions and Regulatory Policy, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
    • Senior Economist, Federal Trade Commission
    • Associate Professor of Economics, Washington University in St. Louis
    • Associate Director, Murray Weidenbaum Center on the Economy, Government, and Public Policy at Washington University in St. Louis

          Education

            • Ph.D. in Economics, University of California, Berkeley
            • B.A. in Economics and Political Science, Yale University

              Publications

              Publication Date

              2014

              Citation Information

              Paul Rothstein. "Consumer financial protection" Public Economics in the United States, Steven Payson, ed. (2014). 

              Author contact info

              Paul.Rothstein@cfpb.gov

              Publication Date

              December 2010

              Citation Information

              Peter Vander Nat and Paul Rothstein. "Report to congress under section 319 of the fair and accurate credit transactions act of 2003," (2010). 

              Author contact info

              Paul.Rothstein@cfpb.gov

              Publication Date

              April 2007

              Citation Information

              Paul Rothstein. "Discontinuous payoffs, shared resources, and games of fiscal competition: Existence of pure strategy Nash equilibrium" Journal of Public Economic Theory (2007). 

              Author contact info

              Paul.Rothstein@cfpb.gov

              Publication Date

              January 2006

              Citation Information

              Gary Hoover and Paul Rothstein. "Group welfare and the formation of a common labor market: Some global results" International Tax and Public Finance (2006). 

              Author contact info

              Paul.Rothstein@cfpb.gov

              Publication Date

              June 2003

              Citation Information

              Marcus Berliant and Paul Rothstein. "Possibility, impossibility and history in the origins of the marriage tax" National Tax Journal (2003). 

              Author contact info

              Paul.Rothstein@cfpb.gov