Selected Recent Publications

2016 - forthcoming/in press

Longo, A. and Campbell, D. (2016). The determinants of brownfields redevelopment in England. Environmental and Resource Economics. In press.
Czajkowski, M., Budziński, W., Campbell, D., Giergiczny, M. and Hanley, N. (2016). Spatial heterogeneity of willingness to pay for forest management. Environmental and Resource Economics. In press.
Campbell, D., Morkbak, M.R. and Olsen, S.B. (2016). Response time in online stated choice experiments: the non-triviality of identifying fast and slow respondents. Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy. In press.
Daly M, Egan M, Quigley J, Delaney L and Baumeister R. (2016). Childhood self-control predicts smoking throughout life: Evidence from 21,000 cohort study participants. Health Psychology. Forthcoming.
Anderberg, D., Rainer, H., Wadsworth, J. and Wilson, T. (2015). Unemployment and Domestic Violence: Theory and Evidence. The Economic Journal. Forthcoming.
Campaniello, N., Diasakos, T., and Mastrobuoni G. (2016). Rationalizable Suicides: Evidence from Changes in Inmates' Expected Length of Sentence. Journal of the European Economic Association. Forthcoming.
de Vries, F. P. and Hanley, N. (2016). Incentive-Based Policy Design for Pollution Control and Biodiversity Conservation: A Review. Environmental and Resource Economics, 63: 687-702.
Sauer, R. M., & Wilson, T. (2016). The rise of female entrepreneurs: New evidence on gender differences in liquidity constraints. European Economic Review, 86, 73-86.
Asimakopoulos S. and Karavias Y. (2016). The impact of government size on economic growth: a threshold analysis. Economics Letters, 139, pp. 65-68.
Angelopoulos K, Asimakopoulos S & Malley JR. (2016). Optimal progressive taxation in a model with endogenous skill supply. In: Philippopoulos A (ed.). Public Sector Economics and the Need for Reforms. CESifo Seminar Series, London and Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp. 257-292.
Bezemer D, Grydaki M & Zhang L. (2016). More Mortgages, Lower Growth?. Economic Inquiry, 54 (1), pp. 652-674.
Bell D & Eiser D. (2016). Migration and fiscal policy as factors explaining the labour-market resilience of UK regions to the Great Recession. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 9 (1), pp. 197-215.


Angelopoulos, K., S. Asimakopoulos and J. Malley. (2015). Tax smoothing in a business cycle model with capital-skill complementarity. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 51: 420-44. 

Ubel PA, Comerford DA and Johnson E. (2015). 3.0 - Behavioral economics and insurance exchanges. New England Journal of Medicine, 372(8): 695-698. 
Campbell, D and Erdem, S. (2015). Position Bias in Best-Worst Scaling Surveys: A Case Study on Trust in Institutions. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 97: 526-545.
Campbell, D., Boeri, M., Doherty, E. and Hutchinson, W.G. (2015). Learning, fatigue and preference formation in discrete choice experiments. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 119: 345-363. 
Erdem, S. (2015). Consumers’ preferences for nanotechnology in food packaging: a discrete choice experiment. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 66(2): 259-279. 
Erdem, S., Campbell, D. and Hole, A.R. (2015). Accounting for attribute-level non-attendance in a health choice experiment: does it matter? Health Economics, 24: 773-789.
Ball R., Eiser D. and King D. (2015) Assessing relative spending needs of devolved government: the case of healthcare spending in the UK. Regional Studies, 49(2): 323-336.
Egan M, Daly M & Delaney L. (2015). Childhood psychological distress and youth unemployment: evidence from two British cohort studies. Social Science and Medicine, 124, pp. 11-17.
Daly M, Delaney L & Baumeister R. (2015). Self-control, future orientation, smoking, and the impact of Dutch tobacco control measures. Addictive Behaviors Reports, 1, pp. 89-96.
Bell D & Eiser D. (2015). The economic case for further fiscal decentralisation to Scotland: theoretical and empirical perspectives. National Institute Economic Review, 233 (1), pp. R27-R36.
Binder, M. and Lades, L. K. (2015). Autonomy-Enhancing Paternalism. Kyklos, 68(1): 3-27.


Banerjee, S. de Vries, F. P., Hanley N. and van Soest, D. (2014). The Impact of Information Provision on Agglomeration Bonus Performance: An Experimental Study on Local Networks. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 96: 1009-1029.
de Vries, F. P., Dijkstra, B. and McGinty, M. (2014). On Emissions Trading and Market Structure: Cap-and-Trade versus Intensity Standards. Environmental and Resource Economics, 58: 665-682.
Erdem, S., Campbell, D. and Thompson, C. (2014). Elimination and selection by aspects in health choice experiments: Prioritisation health service innovations. Journal of Health Economics, 38: 10-22.
Campbell, D., Hensher, D.A. and Scarpa, R. (2014). Bounding WTP distributions to reflect the 'actual' consideration set. Journal of Choice Modelling, 11: 4-15.
Morkbak, M.R., Olsen, S.B. and Campbell, D. (2014). Behavioral implications of providing real incentives in stated choice experiments. Journal of Economic Psychology, 45: 102-116.
Bezemer D. and M. Grydaki (2014). Financial Fragility in the Great Moderation. Journal of Banking and Finance, 49: 169-77.
Lades L. (2014). Impulsive consumption and reflexive thought: Nudging ethical consumer behavior. Journal of Economic Psychology, 41: 114-128.
Bell D., Eiser D. and Beckmann K. (eds.). (2014). The Economic Consequences of Scottish Independence. Hamburg, Germany: Helmut-Schmidt-Universitat/Universitat der Bundeswehr Hamburg.
Comerford D. and Eiser D. (2014). Constitutional change and inequality in Scotland. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 30(2): 346-373.
Bell D., Comerford D. and Eiser D. (2014). Funding pensions in Scotland: would independence matter? National Institute Economic Review, 227(1): R21-R31.
Blanchflower, D. G., D. N. F. Bell, A. Montagnoli and M. Moro. (2014). The Happiness Tradeoff Between Unemployment and Inflation. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 46(2): 117-141.


Seda Erdem and Dan Rigby. (2013). Investigating Heterogeneity in the Characterisation of Risks Using Best-Worst Scaling Technique. Risk Analysis, 33(9): 1728-1748. 
Comerford DA and Ubel PA. (2013). Effort Aversion: Job choice and compensation decisions overweight effort. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 92: 152-162. 
Campbell, D. and Doherty, E. (2013). Combining discrete and continuous mixing distributions to identify niche markets for food. European Review of Agricultural Economics, 40(2): 287-311.
Grydaki, M. and D. Bezemer. (2013). The Role of Credit in the Great Moderation: A Multivariate GARCH Approach. Journal of Banking and Finance, 37(11): 4615-26.
Lades L. (2013). Explaining shapes of Engel curves: the impact of differential satiation dynamics on consumer behavior. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 23(5): 1023-1045.
Bush, G., Hanley, N., Moro, M., Rondeau D. (2013). Measuring the Local Costs of Conservation: A Provision Point Mechanism for Willingness-to-Accept Estimates. Land Economics, 89(3): 490-513.
Ferreira, S. and Moro, M. (2013). Income and Preferences for the Environment: Evidence from Subjective Well-Being Data. Environment and Planning A, 45(1): 650-667.


Dekker, T., Vollebergh, H., de Vries, F. P. and Withagen, C. (2012). Inciting Protocols. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 64: 45-67.
Erdem, S., Rigby, D. and Wossink, A. (2012). Using Best-Worst Scaling to Explore Perceptions of Relative Responsibility for Ensuring Food Safety. Food Policy, 37(6): 661-670.
Campbell, D., Hensher, D.A. and Scarpa, R. (2012). Cost thresholds, cut-offs and sensitivities in stated choice analysis: identification and implications. Resource and Energy Economics, 34(3): 396-411.
Lades, L. K. (2012). Towards an incentive salience model of intertemporal choice. Journal of Economic Psychology, 33: 833-841.
Stithou, M., Hynes, S., Hanley, N. and Campbell, D. (2012). Estimating the value of achieving 'good ecological status' in the Boyne river catchment using choice experiments. Economic and Social Review, 43(3): 397-422.
Al Hamarneh, Y.N., Agus, A., Campbell, D., Crealey, G.E. and McElnay, J.C. (2012). Public perceptions of coronary events risk factors: a discrete choice experiment. BMJ Open, 2(5): 1-6. 
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