From the 19th through the 23rd of November, 2007, Ashesi University played host for the second time to Bank of America Dean of the Haas School of Business, Tom Campbell. Dean Campbell taught “Industrial Organization” to a class of twenty-five, at Ashesi. Industrial Organization is a branch of economics that deals with how companies compete with each other. This week-long class consisted of current students of the university, alumni and some faculty members.
Dean Campbell taught the fundamental economic premises of industrial organization and regulated industries while making reference to national and international legal rules governing cartels and monopolies. In this fun and interactive class, the professor employed examples from the United States whiles his students shared Ghanaian examples. At the end of the one-week course, Dean Campbell remarked “The class was exceptionally bright and shared lots of world experience that allowed us to apply theory to life.”
The first course Dean Campbell taught at Ashesi was "Constitutional Law" in February 2003.