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Douglas L. Campbell

Douglas L. Campbell / Дуглас Кэмпбелл

Assistant Professor 

University of California, Davis, Ph.D., Economics 2014


Homepage / Домашняя страница


Research interests / Исследовательские интересы

Economic History, Russian Economic History, International Economics, Macroeconomics, Applied Microeconomics

Courses taught at NES / Преподавание в РЭШ

Contacts / Контакты

Office #2.25, 100 Novaya Street
Skolkovo, Moscow, Russia, 143025
Phone: +7 (495) 956-95-08 ext.264


Published Research

Estimating the Impact of Currency Unions on Trade: Solving the Glick and Rose Puzzle," (2013), The World Economy, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 36(10), pages 1278-1293, October. 


Working Papers

Relative Prices, Hysteresis, and the Decline of American Manufacturing,” (2014).

Through the Looking Glass: A WARPed View of Real Exchange Rate History,” (2014).

The Diffusion of Development: Along Genetic or Geographic Lines?” (2014). 


Non-Peer Reviewed Articles

Output vs. Trade Costs in the Great Depression and Today,” 2009, in VoxEU with David Jacks, Chris Meissner, and Dennis Novy.

On the Causes of Secular Stagnation: China, Relative Prices, and the Collapse of American Manufacturing,” April, 2014.


Work in Progress

“A TA Like Me: The Impact of TA Sex and Race on Student Performance,” with Lester Lusher.

“Adverse Trade Shocks, Unit Labor Costs, and Inequality,” with Lester Lusher.

“Collapse: The Local Economic Consequences of Real Exchange Rate Movements.”

“Bretton Woods II, Relative Prices, and the Anatomy of Balance-Sheet Recessions: A Rethink.”

“Russian Trade and Trade Costs: from Catherine the Great to Vladimir Putin” with Vladimir Tyazhelnikov and Timur Valetov. 

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