Curriculum Vitae. August David Prentice , Associate Professor and Reader, School of Economics, La Trobe University.

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1 Curriculum Vitae August 2013 David Prentice Fields of Interest Empirical Industrial Organization Economic History Empirical Labor Economics Professional Experience Formal Positions , Associate Professor and Reader, School of Economics, La Trobe University , Senior Lecturer, School of Economics and Finance, La Trobe University , Lecturer, School of Business, La Trobe University , Visiting Fellow, School of Economics, UNSW , Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, Yale University , Tutor, Department of Economics, University of Melbourne. Other Affiliations Faculty Advisor, Beyond Steel: An Archive of Lehigh Valley Industry and Culture, Digital Library, Lehigh University. Research Affiliate, Centre for Economic History, Research School of Economics, Australian National University. Visiting Positions 2012, (June - July (one month)), Visiting Scholar, Cornell University. 2012, (March - June), Visiting Faculty, Lehigh University. 2010, (May), Visiting Faculty, Georgetown University. 2010, (March - May), Visiting Faculty, Lehigh University , (December - February), Visiting Faculty, University of Melbourne. 2008, (February - October), Visiting Faculty, University of Melbourne. 2008, (March - April (two weeks)), Visitor, RSSS, Australian National University. 2007, (September - October), Visiting Faculty, Lehigh University (January - June), Visiting Faculty, Department of Economics, University of California, Los Angeles (December - January), Visitor, RSSS, Australian National University (May - July), Visitor, Department of Economics, University of Melbourne (May - July), Research Assistant, Department of Economics, University of Melbourne. 1

2 Education Ph.D, Yale University, Master of Arts (1995), Master of Philosophy (1996), Yale University. Master of Commerce, University of Melbourne, Bachelor of Commerce (Hons), University of Melbourne Refereed Publications Harry Clarke and David Prentice (2012), Will Plain Packaging Reduce Cigarette Consumption?, Economic Papers, 31(3), David Prentice (2012), The rise of the Portland cement industry and the role of public science, Cliometrica, 6(2), Weifang Lou, David Prentice and Xiangkang Yin (2012), What difference does dynamics make? The case of digital cameras, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 30(1), Samantha Farmakis-Gamboni and David Prentice (2011), When Does Reducing Union Bargaining Power Increase Productivity? Evidence from the Workplace Relations Act, Economic Record, 87(279), Elisabetta Magnani and David Prentice (2010), Did reducing unionization create more flexible American industries?, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 63(4), Elisabetta Magnani and David Prentice (2010), Outsourcing and unionization: A tale of misallocated (resistance) resources, Economic Inquiry, 48(2), Harry Clarke and David Prentice (2010), Reforming taxes, charges and supply decisions in the Australian road transport sector, Tax Policy Journal, Elisabetta Magnani and David Prentice (2006), Unionization and Input Flexibility in U.S. Manufacturing, , Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 59(3), Michael Kremmer and David Prentice (2005), On the Double Imputation Hedonic Price Index, Economic Analysis and Policy, 35(1&2), David Prentice and Xiangkang Yin (2004), Constructing a Quality-Adjusted Price Index for a Heterogeneous Oligopoly, The Manchester School, 72(4), Elisabetta Magnani and David Prentice (2003), Did Globalization Reduce Unionization? Evidence from U.S. Manufacturing, Labour Economics, 10(6), Clare D Souza and David Prentice (2002), Auctioneer Strategy and Pricing: Evidence from an Art Auction, Market Intelligence and Planning, 20(7), Matthew P. Fleischmann and David Prentice (2001), Strategy, Scale or Policy? Exit in the Australian Car Industry, Economic Record, 77(239), R. H. S. Samaratunga, Sisira K. Jayasuriya and David Prentice (2001), Impact of the Enlargement of APEC on South Asia: an analysis of the trade potential, South Asia Economic Journal, 2(2), David Prentice and Hugh Sibly (1998), The Non-Robustness of the Nash-Stackelberg Equilibrium, Australian Economics Papers, 37(4), David Prentice and Hugh Sibly (1996), A Search Theoretic Explanation of Multi-Outlet Retailers, Economic Record, 72 (219), Peter B. Dixon, David A. Prentice and Lynne S. Williams (1988), Wages and On-costs in Australian Industries to , Journal of Industrial Relations, 30(2),

3 Unpublished Working Papers Khayen Prentice, László Kónya and David Prentice (2013), Was the African American great migration delayed by outlawing emigrant agents?, La Trobe University School of Economics Working Paper, forthcoming, currently under review. Vivienne Pham and David Prentice (2013), A Random Coefficients Logit Analysis of the Counterfactual: A Merger and Divestiture in the Australian Cigarette Industry, La Trobe University School of Economics Working Paper, 2013 No. 4, currently under review. David Prentice (2012), What Delays the Rise of an Industry? Cement, mimeo, La Trobe University, February The Long Slow Birth of Lehigh Valley Vivienne Pham and David Prentice (2010), An Empirical Analysis of the Counterfactual: A Merger and Divestiture in the Australian Cigarette Industry, La Trobe University School of Economics and Finance Working Paper, 2010 No.8. (replaced by Pham and Prentice (2013)). Suren Basov, Svetlana Danilkina and David Prentice (2008), When Does Variety Increase With Quality?, La Trobe University School of Business Discussion Paper, A08.04, currently under review. David Prentice (2000), Estimating a Differentiated Products Model with a Discrete/Continuous Choice and Limited Data, La Trobe University School of Business Discussion Paper A David Prentice (1998), A Microeconometric Model of a Short Run Cost Function with Unobserved Heterogeneity, La Trobe University School of Business Discussion Paper A Other Publications Harry Clarke and David Prentice (2010), Reforming Taxes and Charges on Australian Road Transport, Chapter 16 in Australia s Future Tax System: The Prospects After Henry, eds. C. Evans, R. Krever and P. Mellor, Thomson Reuters, Harry Clarke and David Prentice (2009), A Conceptual Framework for the Reform of Taxes Related to Roads and Transport, Paper prepared for the Commonwealth Treasury, June David Prentice (2008), The Cement Industry of the Lehigh Valley, published at February Harry Clarke, David Prentice, John Shannon and Karen Wade (2006), Population Movements in Regional Victoria, La Trobe University, March John Forster, Michael Kremmer and David Prentice (2005), Counting the Cost, Two Wheels, November 2005, , 121, 125, 129, 133. David Prentice (2002), Rehabilitation Bonds: Where to Next?, Quarry, 11(3), David Prentice (2001), An Economic Analysis of the Rehabilitation Bonds System, La Trobe University, September David Prentice (2001), Investment, Imports and Productivity Growth in the U.S. Cement Industry, Chapter 7 in Creating an Internationally Competitive Economy, eds. H. Bloch and P. Kenyon, Palgrave, David Prentice (2000), Book Review of Work and Pay in Japan, (R. A. Hart and S. Kawasaki), Economic Record, 76 (235), David Prentice (1992), Book Review of Optimal Economic Growth and Non-Stable Population (E.V. Imhof), Economic Record, 68(200),

4 External Research Funding Commonwealth Department of Treasury (2009), A Conceptual Framework for the Reform of Taxes Related to Roads and Transport, Harry Clarke, Damien Eldridge and David Prentice. Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance (2005), Population Movements in Regional Victoria, Harry Clarke, David Prentice, John Shannon and Karen Wade. Australian Research Council Linkage Grant (2004), Metal Injection Moulding, David Prentice, Graham Schaffer (UQ), Timothy Sercombe (UQ) and Xiangkang Yin (LTU). Construction Materials Processors Association (2000), An Economic Analysis of Rehabilitation Bonds. Professional Responsibilities Organizer, Industry Economics Conference, La Trobe University, Member of Organizing Committee for the Australian Conference of Economists, University of Melbourne, Referee for Asia-Pacific Journal of Human Resources, Australian Economic Papers; Australian Economic Review; The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics; The Australian Journal of Management; Australian Tax Forum; Economic Papers; Economic Record; History of Economics Review; International Journal of Industrial Organization; International Review of Law and Economics; Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy; Journal of Industrial Economics; Journal of Productivity Analysis; Law and Context; Pacific Economic Review, Public Policy, Review of Economics and Statistics. Graduate Student Supervision R. H. S. Samaratunga (1999) (Co-supervisor), PhD, La Trobe University. Chris Paterson (2004) (Co-supervisor), PhD, La Trobe University. Damilola Olajide (2005) (Associate Supervisor), PhD, Monash University. Samantha Farmakis-Gamboni (2006) (Principal Supervisor), PhD, La Trobe University. Karen Wade (2007) (Principal Supervisor), PhD, La Trobe University. Weifang Lou (2009) (Principal Supervisor), PhD, La Trobe University. Fahad Al-Ahmad (2010) (Principal Supervisor), PhD, La Trobe University. Melek Cigdem (2010) (Principal Supervisor), PhD, La Trobe University. Rosemarie Edillon (2012) (Co-supervisor), PhD, La Trobe University. James Bugden (2012) (Principal Supervisor), PhD, La Trobe University. Murat Besnek (2012) (Principal Supervisor), PhD, La Trobe University. Principal Supervisor for four other students who are continuing PhD work. 4

5 Teaching Experience La Trobe University ( ) Honours: Advanced Managerial Economics, Corporate Strategy, Microeconomics, Public Policy, Econometric Methods, Microeconometrics. Undergraduate: Managerial Economics, Marketing Economics, Microeconomic Analysis, Corporate Strategy, Applied Economics, Economics of the Internet, Competition Policy and Law, Applied Econometrics, Rise of the American Economy, Public Economics, Econometric Methods. University of Melbourne (2010; July - December) Honours/Graduate: Industrial Organization (co-taught) Monash University (2005; July - December), Honours: Economics of Industry, Institutions and Organisation (co-taught) University of Melbourne (2001; July - December), Graduate: Industrial Organization. University of California, Los Angeles (2001; January - June), Undergraduate: Industrial Organization: Theory and Tactics. University of New South Wales ( ) Undergraduate: Economics of the Corporation, Introductory Microeconomics. Contact Details Postal: School of Economics, La Trobe University, VIC, 3086, Australia. Telephone: Fax: