Dr Damien Eldridge

B.Ec. (ANU), B.Sc. (ANU), B.Sc.Hons. (La Trobe), Grad.Dip.Ec. (ANU), M.Ec. (ANU), M.Sc. (Texas), Ph.D. (Texas).
Lecturer in Economics.
ANU College of Business and Economics

Areas of expertise

  • Economic Theory 1401
  • Applied Economics 1402

Research interests

Microeconomic Theory, Applied Microeconomics, Mathematical Economics.


Dr Eldridge is an economist who specialises in microeconomic theory, applied microeconomics, and mathematical economics. He has extensive experience as an economist, both as an academic and as a practitioner. Dr Eldridge has taught economics at the Australian National University, La Trobe University, and the University of Texas at Austin. He has also worked as an economist for a variety of Australian Public Service agencies and an economic consulting company. The agencies for which Dr Eldridge has worked include the Productivity Commission, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, the Australian Greenhouse Office, the Bureau of Transport and Communications Economics, and the Bureau of Communications Research. His research focuses on decision theory and its applications, game theory and its applications, price theory and its applications, and the organisation of service industries.

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