Microeconomic Theory, Economics of Information
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Colin Campbell is an associate professor of economics at Rutgers University. His research has been in areas that include auction theory, mechanism design, formal models of voting, and the value of information. He holds an A.B. from Columbia University and a Ph.D. from Northwestern University.
- “Blackwell’s ordering and public information,” Journal of Economic Theory 114 (2004), 179-197.
- “Large Electorates and Decisive Minorities,” Journal of Political Economy 107 (1999), 1199-1217.
- “Coordination in Auctions with Entry,” Journal of Economic Theory 82 (1998), 425-450.