William F. Campbell
  William F. Campbell taught economics for 32 years at Louisiana State University. He became a Professor Emeritus of Economics in 1998. He has served as the Secretary of The Philadelphia Society since 1995.

President Ronald Reagan appointed him to the National Graduate Fellowship Board from 1985-1990. In 1988 Professor Campbell was a Bradley Scholar at the Heritage Foundation. In that same year he joined the Board of Trustees of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute. From 1991-1995 Professor Campbell served as President of the Association of Christian Economists. He is a member of the Mont Pelerin Society.

Professor Campbell has published numerous scholarly articles in publications ranging from the American Economic Review, History of Political Economy, to Modern Age and The Intercollegiate Review. He has contributed scholarly introductions to two books by Wilhelm Roepke, The Social Crisis of Our Time and The Moral Foundations of Civil Society, both published by Transactions Press.

He curated two exhibitions of Prints and Books for Louisiana State University: Friends of Adam Smith, 1992 ; Whigs, Tories, and Classical Republicans: 1640-1760, 1993.

In his association with St. James Episcopal Church, he was President of the Center for Spiritual Formation, and has produced numerous videos for the adult Christian Education program that use art, music, and ideas to express the riches of Christian history.

Online Lectures
Presupposition of the Market Economy
The Meaning of a Liberal Education -- Panel Discussion

ISI Journals
On the Keynesian Jam
David Felix, Biography of an Idea: John Maynard Keynes and The General Theory

—Winter 1999, MA
Economics and the Eirenic Mind
—Winter 1998, MA
The Legacy of Luigi Einaudi and Wilhelm Roepke
—Fall 1992, MA
Economics as a Distributive Science
—Winter 1987, MA
An Economist’s Tribute to Russell Kirk
—Fall 1994, IR
Blackstone's Law and Economics
—Winter 1985, MA
Towards a Conservative Economics
—Winter 1982, MA
The Spirit of the Founding Fathers
—Summer 1979, MA
Two Traditions of Constitutional Economics
—Spring 1987, IR
Political Economy: New, Old and Ancient
—Winter 1976-77, IR