Duncan C. Campbell, is the Director for Policy Planning in Employment at the International Labour Office and a Fellow of the Institute for the Study of Labour, IZA.
He joined the ILO in 1990 from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania where he had been a member of the Management Department faculty and Associate Director of the Center for Human Resources.
His work and publications have focused on industrial organization, labour markets and employment, the economics of labour standards, and policy coherence and policy choices relative to productive employment as a central macroeconomic variable, and, most recently, behavioural economics approaches to the non-material dimensions of work.
He has worked extensively in South and Southeast Asia and was based at the ILO’s Bangkok office for four years. At headquarters, he was responsible for World Employment Report 2001 on information and communication technologies and the world of work, as well as, World Employment Report 2004-05: Employment, Productivity, and Poverty Reduction. He is a citizen of the USA, has an A.B. from Bowdoin College, an M.A., M.B.A., and a PhD (with distinction) from the Applied Economics Graduate Group, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
Join us on the 20th February 2013 to celebrate the important UN World Day of Social Justice with a talk by Duncan on Labour markets in developing countries: what’s new, what’s old?.
Further details can be found at: www.unsocialday.eventbrite.com