Mr. Campbell is an Associate Director at Livingstone Partners. He performs sellside and buyside M&A advisory, debt and equity financings, strategic alternatives assessments, and valuations.
Before joining Livingstone Partners, Mr. Campbell worked in M&A advisory at Houlihan Lokey. In addition, he has worked in private wealth management on a high-net-worth team at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, as well as founded a company in the private security industry and another in the luxury leisure space. Recently, Mr. Campbell has been serving as an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California teaching Fundamentals of Investment Banking to graduate students in the Marshall School of Business.
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.
PhD, Utah State University; MBA, Utah State University; BA, Brigham Young University
Pete Cardon teaches a variety of business communication courses. He researches team communication, role of technology in leadership communication, and intercultural business communication. Professor Cardon previously served as President for the Association of Business Communication. Prior to joining USC, Pete taught at the University of South Carolina for six years and Utah State University for three years. Before working in higher education, he held several marketing and management positions in the tourism and manufacturing industries. Along the way, he has worked in China for three years and traveled to approximately fifty countries for work and research. He is the author of Business Communication: Developing Leaders for a Networked World.
PhD, SUNY-Buffalo; BA, University of Delaware
Peter Carnevale does research on negotiation, mediation, and organizational conflict resolution systems. He has published two books and more than 100 articles in leading scientific and management journals, often supported by grants from the National Science Foundation. He has served as the President of the International Association for Conflict Management as well as Chair of the Conflict Management Division of the Academy of Management.
MBA, BS, University of Southern California
David M. Carter is a national authority on sports business and strategic marketing, and the author of four books about the sport business industry. He founded the Sports Business Group in 1999 following more than ten years of consulting for the sports and entertainment industries. As a sports business consultant specializing in strategic marketing, Professor Carter has consulted for corporations, sports organizations, sports and entertainment venues, law firms, municipalities, and individual athletes. He regularly provides sports business commentary to national media concerns.
PhD, MA, BA, University of Iowa
Lee is an expert in rhetoric who has taught both of our main undergraduate courses, BUAD 302 and WRIT 340, and has coordinated our series of communication classes for doctoral students. Lee’s classes are noted for revolving around books and other readings on current issues that change year-to-year, such as the industrial food system, the water crisis in the United States, the financial crisis, and most recently the debt ceiling crisis. Lee has also become one of Marshall’s leaders in ethics instruction. He developed and for several years taught ethics seminars in various accounting courses, and worked on the revision of Marshall’s Ethics and Professional Communication undergraduate elective. Lee has made numerous service contributions over the years, including serving as a faculty advisor in various student case competitions.
PhD, BS, MIT
Tom Y. Chang is an associate professor of Finance and Business Economics at the USC Marshall School of Business, a research fellow at the Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics and a CESR fellow at the USC Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research. His research focuses on behavioral economics, corporate finance, applied microeconomics and industrial organization. His current research focuses on better understanding individual decision making and its implications for firm behavior. His work has been covered by the Associated Press, Bloomberg, CBS News, CNN, The Economist, The Financial Times, The Los Angeles Times, NPR, CBC/Radio-Canada, Psychology Today, PBS Newshour and The Washington Post.