Dr Rebecca Campbell is Director of Studies for the GMiM in the Department of Management. Her research interests are in pay and pensions. She currently teaches MSc courses in Foundations of Management and Strategic Reward. She has also served as a visiting lecturer at ESCP Europe.
Rebecca joined LSE as a PhD research student in 2013, focusing on pension decision-making. She also holds an MSc in Management and Human Resources (with distinction) and a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Relations, both from LSE. She was awarded the 'Keith Thurley' prize for best overall performance in her MSc, and the ‘Basset’ prize for the highest performance in the final undergraduate examinations for the student with Industrial Relations as their specialist subject.
Between 2015 - 2018 Rebecca sat on the Members’ Panel of NEST (the workplace pension set up by the UK government). The Members’ Panel provides an advisory role to the Trustees of NEST on the operation, development or amendment of the scheme from the perspective of scheme members and potential members.
Rebecca is currently writing a popular introduction to economics to be published by Oneworld in 2022/23.
Prior to her career in academia, Rebecca worked as a director of a high-end women’s wear fashion business.
Thesis Title: The Cost of Choice: Should We Be Free to Choose When it Comes to Our Pension?
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