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					                               Curriculum Vitae

                        Julie Holland Mortimer

 Current Position:   Associate Professor

 Office:               Department of Economics
                     Harvard University
                     Cambridge, MA 02138
                     phone: (617) 496-2442
                     email: mortimer@fas.harvard.edu
Affiliations

National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, MA.
   Faculty Research Fellow (March 2005 - present).

Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.
   Visiting Scholar, Center for the Study of Industrial Organization (Fall 2004).

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.
   Assistant Professor, Dept. of Economics (July 2001 - June 2005).
   Associate Professor (Untenured), Dept. of Economics (July 2005 - present).

Ernst and Young, LLP, Washington, D.C.
   Senior Consultant, Tax Policy and Economics Group (October 1995 - June 1996).
   Junior Consultant, Tax Policy and Economics Group (July 1994 - Sept. 1995).

Education
 2001:   Ph.D., Economics, University of California, Los Angeles, CA
         An Empirical Study of Contractual Arrangements and Inventory: The U.S.
         Video Rental Industry, supervised by Guido Imbens and Phillip Leslie.
 1999:   C.Phil., Economics, University of California, Los Angeles, CA
 1998:   M.A., Economics, University of California, Los Angeles, CA
 1994:   B.A., Economics, Magna cum Laude, Carleton College, Northfield, MN
         Departmental and Thesis Honors
 1990:   Diploma, Charles M. Russell High School, Great Falls, MT




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Research Grants and Awards
 2008:          Clark Fund grant, Harvard University.
 2006 - 2009:   National Science Foundation grant SES-0617896
                Economic Impacts of Technological Innovation in Product Availability.
 2005:          Clark Fund grant, Harvard University.
 2004:          Warburg Professor grant, Department of Economics, Harvard University.
 2002:          Clark Fund grant, Harvard University.
 2001:          Review of Economic Studies European Conference Participant, May 2001.
 2000 - 2001:   Dissertation Year Fellowship, UCLA Graduate Division.
 1999 - 2000:   Program in Applied Economics Fellow, Social Science Research Council.
 1998 - 1999:   Research/Mentorship Fellowship, UCLA Graduate Division.
 1998:          Summer Research/Mentorship Fellowship, UCLA Graduate Division.
 1994:          Best Undergraduate Thesis in Minnesota, Minnesota Economic Association.
                A Contribution to Charity: Individuals’ Philanthropic Giving in America
 1990 - 1994:   National Merit Scholar.
Published Papers

Ho, J., Ho, K., Mortimer, J., “The Use of Full-line Forcing Contracts in the Video
Rental Industry,” (conditionally accepted, American Economic Review).

Ioannou, I., Mortimer, J. and Mortimer R., “The Effects of Capacity on Sales Under
Alternative Vertical Contracts”, Journal of Industrial Economics (forthcoming).

Mortimer, J. (2008), “Vertical Contracts in the Video Rental Industry,” The Review
of Economic Studies, Vol. 75(1), pp 165-199.

Mortimer, J. (2007), “Price Discrimination, Copyright Law and Technological Inno-
vation: Evidence from the Introduction of DVDs,” Quarterly Journal of Economics,
Vol. 122(3), pp 1307-1350.

Hotz, V. J., G. Imbens, J. Mortimer, (2005), “Predicting the Efficacy of Future Train-
ing Programs Using Past Experiences,” Journal of Econometrics, Vol. 125(1-2), pp
241-270.

Working Papers

Conlon, C. and Mortimer, J., “Effects of Product Availability: Experimental Evi-
dence.”

Conlon, C. and Mortimer, J., “Demand Estimation Under Incomplete Product Avail-
ability.”



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Ho, J., Ho, K., Mortimer, J., “Analyzing the Welfare Impacts of Full-line Forcing
Contracts.” (under revision, Journal of Industrial Economics).

Mortimer, J., Nosko, C., and Sorensen, A., “Supply Responses to Digital Distribu-
tion: Recorded Music and Live Performances.”

Work in Progress

Conlon, C., Doraszelski, U., and Mortimer, J., “Economic Impacts of Technological
Innovations in Product Variety and Availability.”

Other Professional Activities

Associate Editor for International Journal of Industrial Organization, July 2009 -
present.

Referee for: American Economic Review, The Economic Journal, Economic Let-
ters, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, Journal of Industrial Eco-
nomics, Journal of Political Economy, International Journal of Industrial Organi-
zation, RAND Journal of Economics, Review of Economics and Statistics, Review
of Economic Studies, Review of Industrial Organization, Quarterly Journal of Eco-
nomics, Southern Economic Journal.

Invited Conferences

2009-2010: NBER Summer Institute and Winter Meetings, Sloan Foundation/NBER
Meeting on Economics of Copyright and Digitization, UCLA Economics Alumni Con-
ference (May), Annual Cowles Foundation Summer Conferences, NBER Agricultural
Economics Conference (March).

2008-2009: Educational Seminar at the National Automated Manufacturer’s Associa-
tion (April), International Industrial Organization Conference (May), NBER Summer
Institute.

2007-2008: NBER Summer Institute, Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics
Summer Workshop, Annual Cowles Foundation Summer Conferences.

2006-2007: NBER Summer Institute and Winter Meetings (February), Utah Winter
Business Economics Conference (March).

2005-2006: HBS Strategy Conference (October), International Industrial Organiza-
tion Conference (April), National Bureau of Economic Research Summer Institute.



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2004-2005: International Industrial Organization Conference (April), National Bu-
reau of Economic Research Summer Institute (Industrial Organization and Produc-
tivity Meetings) and Winter Meetings (February).

2003-2004: Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics Summer Workshop, National
Bureau of Economic Research Summer Institute and Winter Meetings (February).

2002-2003: Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics Summer Workshop (July),
National Bureau of Economic Research Summer Institute Industrial Organization
meeting (July) and Winter Meetings (February), International Industrial Organi-
zation Conference (April), Business and Economics Scholars Workshop at Florida
Atlantic University (November).

2001-2002: National Bureau of Economic Research Summer Institute: Co-organizer
with Ariel Pakes of Industrial Organization meeting, NBER Winter Meetings (Febru-
ary), Summer Conference on Industrial Organization at University of British Columbia
(July), Society for Economic Dynamics in New York, NY (June), Information, Mar-
kets and Organizations, Harvard Business School (May) Stanford Institute for Theo-
retical Economics Summer Workshop (July 2001).

1999: Econometric Evaluations of Active Labour Market Policies in Europe, Zentrum
fur Europaische Wirtschaftsforschung (June), NSF Symposium on Quasi-Experimental
Methods at University of California, Berkeley (August).

Invited Workshops

Fall 2010 (scheduled): University of Pennsylvania (Wharton School of Business),
Boston University, Ohio State University, University of Texas at Austin, Carnegie
Mellon (Tepper School of Business), Boston College.

2009-2010: Brown University, University of Texas at Austin, Northeastern University.

2008-2009: Columbia University, Washington University (Olin School of Business),
University of Arizona.

2007-2008: NYU Stern School of Business, London School of Economics, Department
of Justice, Stanford University.

2006-2007: University of Michigan, University of Toronto.

2005-2006: University of Pittsburgh.

2004-2005: Northwestern University, University of Wisconsin at Madison, University


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of Virginia, Colorado University at Boulder, Sydney University.

2003-2004: Columbia University, Duke University, Indiana University, U.S. BLS.

2002-2003: Boston University, Harvard Business School, Johns Hopkins University,
United States Department of Justice, Tufts University, Yale University.

2001-2002: Brown University, Florida International University, University of Chicago
GSB, University of Maryland, Washington University GSB, Yale University SOM.

2000-2001: Harvard University, MIT Sloan School, Northwestern University Kellogg
GSB, New York University, NYU Stern School, Stanford University, Stanford GSB,
Tel Aviv University, UC Berkeley, UC San Diego, University of Chicago, University
College London, Universite Libre Bruxelles, Universitat Autonoma Barcelona.

Teaching Experience
    2002 - 2009:   Industrial Organization: Theory & Applications (Undergraduate).
    2005:          Industrial Organization I (Graduate).
    2002 - 2010:   Industrial Organization II (Graduate).

                                                        Last updated October 2010.




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