Don Campbell (with his grandson, Soren, right) received his B.A. from Queen's University (Canada) and his Ph.D. from Princeton University in 1972. He taught at the University of Toronto for twenty years before coming to William & Mary in 1990. He teaches intermediate and advanced microeconomic theory and graduate public policy courses. His research interest is mathematical economics and he also is working on two undergraduate textbooks.
Social cost and Groves mechanisms
Non-monotonicity does not imply the no show paradox. (With Jerry Kelly)
Organ Transplants, Fields Medals, and Early Rounds of the Kappel Piano Competition. (With Jerry Kelly)
Dummy variables and strategy-proofness (With Jerry Kelly)
Preference revelation with a limited number of indifference classes. (With Jerry Kelly)