John Campbell

John Campbell is a Professor of Sociology at the Dartmouth Directory, Arts & Sciences Faculty. His research focuses on economic and political sociology, comparative political economy as well as institutional theory where he has touched upon topics like energy and tax policy, the evolution of the U.S. economy, transformations of post-communist societies in Eastern Europe, corporate social responsibility and globalization. Within these areas, he has recently published the books The National Origins of Policy Ideas: Knowledge Regimes in the United States, France, Germany and Denmark (Princeton University Press, 2014), which is about how policy research and advising is conducted in different countries; and The Paradox of Vulnerability: States, Nationalism and the Financial Crisis (Princeton University Press, 2017), which is about how small countries responded to the 2008 financial crisis.  His newest book is about the rise of Donald Trump to the presidency entitled American Discontent: The Rise of Donald Trump and Decline of the Golden Age (Oxford University Press, 2018). Read more about John by clicking here.

John was a participant in the podcast 'The Nordic Model at Risk?: Conversations on Regulation'.