Professor Jamie Morgan, Professor

Professor Jamie Morgan

Professor

Professor Jamie Morgan lectures in the Subject Area of Economics, Analytics and International Business.

Jamie co-edits Real World Economics Review with Edward Fullbrook. RWER is the world's largest open source economics journal with over 26,000 subscribers and an average of over one million article downloads per year. On a new electronic impact rating RWER was ranked fifth from 307 economics journals. Contributors include prominent exponents in all fields of economics, including Nobel Prize winners. The RWER Blog has over 15,000 members and RWER is now also affiliated to the newly founded World Economics Association. The WEA has more than 14,000 members worldwide.

Jamie is the former coordinator of the Association for Heterodox Economists. The AHE shares with the WEA and the Institute for New Economic Thinking a commitment to the need for a renewed and more open approach to economics.  Over the last decade, Jamie has published widely in the fields of economics, political economy, philosophy, sociology and international politics.

Current Teaching

Jamie currently teaches a module on financial institutions and financial vulnerability.

Research Interests

Jamie works on contemporary problems and their socio-economic context, most recently: political transition (Brexit, Trump), corporate tax avoidance, climate change, financialisation, artificial intelligence and social change, and modern forms of slavery. He also has a longstanding interest in the philosophy, methodology and pedagogy of economics.

Jamie is an editorial board member of several journals and conducts peer review for many others. He supervises PhDs across the range of his interests.  

Professor Jamie Morgan, Professor

Selected Outputs

  • Morgan J (2021) Artificial Intelligence and the Challenge of Social Care in Aging Societies: Who or What Will Care for Us in the Future?. In: Carrigan M; Porpora D ed. Post-Human Futures: Human enhancement, artificial intelligence and social theory. London: Routledge, pp. 92-116.

  • Morgan JA (2019) Intervention, policy and responsibility Economics as over-engineered expertise?. In: Dolfsma W; Negru I ed. The Ethical Formation of Economists. London: Routledge, pp. 145-163.

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  • Morgan JA (2018) Yesterday’s tomorrow today: Turing, Searle and the contested significance of artificial intelligence. In: Realist Responses to Post-Human Society: Ex Machina. Routledge, pp. 82-137.

  • Morgan JA; Sun W (2017) Corporations, Taxation and Responsibility: Practical and Onto-Analytical Issues for Morphogenesis and Eudaimonia - A posse ad esse?. In: Archer M ed. Morphogenesis and Human Flourishing. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 185-210.

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  • Morgan JA (2016) Critical Realism as a Social Ontology for Economics. In: Lee FS; Cronin B ed. Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Heterodox Economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 15-34.

  • eds. Fullbrook E; Morgan J (2020) The Inequality Crisis. Bristol: World Economics Association Books.

  • eds. Fullbrook E; Morgan J (2020) Modern Monetary Theory and its Critics. First Bristol, UK: World Economics Association Books.

  • eds. Fullbrook E; Morgan J (2019) Economics and the Ecosystem. Bristol, UK: World Economics Association Books.

  • eds. Morgan JA; Patomaki H (2017) Brexit and the Political Economy of Fragmentation: Things Fall Apart (Rethinking Globalizations). Routledge.

  • eds. Morgan JA; Fullbrook E (2017) Trumponomics: Causes and Consequences.

  • Morgan J (2015) What Is Neoclassical Economics? Debating the Origins, Meaning and Significance. Routledge.

  • eds. Fullbrook E; Morgan J (2014) Piketty's Capital in the Twenty-First Century. London: College Publications.

  • Morgan J (2008) Private Equity Finance: Rise and Repercussions. London: Palgrave Macmillan.