Danny joined the University of Stirling in the autumn of 2012 as a Senior Lecturer after academic positions at the Gibson Institute for Land, Food and Environment, Queen's University Belfast. He is currently a Professor of Economics within the Economics Division of the Stirling Management School.
Danny is an applied economist working in the of economic valuation of environmental and natural resources, food choice analysis and economics of public health. His particular interest lies 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.
¿ Associate Editor of the American Journal of Agricultural Economics.
¿ Associate Editor of the Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy.
¿ Ph.D. Director of the Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics.
Sandorf ED & Campbell D (2018) Accommodating satisficing behavior in stated choice experiments (Forthcoming/Available Online). European Review of Agricultural Economics. https://doi.org/10.1093/erae/jby021.
Budziński W, Campbell D, Czajkowski M, Demšar U & Hanley N (2017) Using geographically weighted choice models to account for the spatial heterogeneity of preferences (Forthcoming/Available Online). Journal of Agricultural Economics. https://doi.org/10.1111/1477-9552.12260.