Danny Campbell

Danny Campbell

Professor of Economics

University of Stirling

Danny Campbell is Director of the Applied Choice Research Group (ACRG) and professor of economics at the Economics Division of the University of Stirling. His main area of research concerns the economic valuation of environmental and natural resources. Further areas of his research involves food choice analysis and economics of public health. He has a particular interest in exploring methodological and econometric aspects associated with discrete choice methods. His work has focused on preference discontinuity, attribute non-attendance, preference heterogeneity, experimental design, spatial issues and learning/fatigue effects in discrete choice experiments.

Interests

  • Stated choice analysis
  • Non-market valuation
  • Environmental economics
  • Health economics
  • Consumer economics
  • Behavioural economics

Education

  • Ph.D. in Environmental Economics, 2006

    Queens University Belfast

  • M.Sc. in Rural Development, 2002

    Queen's University Belfast

  • B.Sc. in Agricultural Economics, 2000

    Queen's University Belfast

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