University of Southern California

Tim Campbell
Professor of Finance and Business Economics

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

PhD, UC-Santa Barbara; BA, University of Redlands


Tim Campbell is an expert on financial intermediation. His research has been published in numerous leading journals including the Journal of Finance, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, and Journal of Financial Intermediation. He served as associate editor of the Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Research, and Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics. He has been Academic Director of Marshall's highly ranked Executive MBA program since 2003, and previously served as Marshall's Deputy Dean for Programs and Planning.


Optimal Speculation in the Presence of Costly External Financing 2000
Optimal Financial Contracting with Ex Post and Ex Ante Observability Problems 1992
Intermediation and the Market for Interest Rate Swaps 1991
Bank Funding Risks, Risk Aversion and the Choice of Futures Hedging Instrument: Comment 1990
Corporate Risk Management and the Incentive Effects of Debt 1990
Optimal Managerial Incentive Contracts and the Value of Corporate Insurance 1987
The Managerial Labor Market and Capital Market Equilibrium 1985
Deposit Insurance in a Deregulated Environment 1984
The Determinants of Borrower Default on Insured Conventional Residential Mortgages 1983
The Economic Effects of Due-on-Sale Clause Invalidation 1983
Information Production, Market Signaling, and the Theory of Financial Intermediation: Reply 1982
Sorting Equilibria in Financial Markets: The Incentive Problem 1981