David MacGregor completed Honours and Masters degrees in Commerce (Economics major) at the University of Melbourne. He was employed by the University as an Assistant Lecturer in the Institute of Education as well as a Tutor in 1st and 2nd year Macroeconomics, Microeconomics and Econometrics. Since completing his Diploma of Education he has taught at Ballarat Grammar, Lauriston Girls’ School, Camberwell Grammar and Mazenod College. Currently, David is Head of Commerce at Presbyterian Ladies’ College and teaches both IB and VCE Economics. He has held positions of responsibility with the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) as a State Reviewer and as an examination assessor. He has also contributed to various publications and regularly presents to economics teachers and students on behalf of the VCTA and CPAP. David was a member of the panel of experts that developed the new VCE Economics study design.
Romeo Salla completed Honours and Masters degrees in Commerce (Economics major) at the University of Melbourne before moving to Canberra to work as an Economist with the Commonwealth Department of Treasury. After a few years he was promoted within the federal bureaucracy to the position of Senior Economist with the Industry Commission (now Productivity Commission). Since 1996 he has been employed as a Senior Teacher and Head of Faculty at large private schools in Melbourne, most recently having taught VCE and IB Economics at Geelong Grammar. Romeo has held positions of responsibility with the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) as an assessor of final examinations and is also the founder of the website www.economicstutor.com.au. He is also a co-
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