Professor Jamie Morgan researches contemporary problems and their socio-economic context at Leeds Beckett University. Most recently he has focused on 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 co-edits Real World Economics Review with Edward Fullbrook, and is the former coordinator of the Association for Heterodox Economists. The AHE shares with the WEA and the Institute for New Economic.
Over the last decade, Jamie has published widely in the fields of economics, political economy, philosophy, sociology and international politics.
Morgan, J. (2019). ‘Will we work in twenty-first century capitalism?’ A critique of the fourth industrial revolution literature’, Economy and Society published online 20th September: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03085147.2019.1620027
Gills, B., Morgan, J. and Patomäki, H. (2019). ‘President Trump as status dysfunction’, Organization 26(2): 291-301 https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1350508418815419
Morgan, J. (2019) ‘Intervention, policy and responsibility: economics as over-engineered expertise?’ pp. 145-163 in Negru, I. and Dolfsma, W. (editors) (2019) The Ethical Formation of Economists London: Routledge
Morgan, J. (2019) ‘The left and an economy for the many, not the few’, pp. 87-129 in Scott, D. (editor) (2019) Manifestos, Policies and Practices: An Equalities Agenda London: UCL IOE Press
Morgan, J. (2019) ‘Stupid ways of working smart?’ Chapter 6 in Al-Amoudi I. and Lazega, E. editors (2019) Post-Human Institutions and Organizations: Confronting the Matrix London: Routledge
Morgan, J. (2018) ‘Species Being in the twenty-first century’, Review of Political Economy 30(3): 377-395
Morgan, J. (2018) ‘Yesterday’s tomorrow today: Turing, Searle and the contested significance of artificial intelligence’, pp. 82-137. Al-Amoudi, I. and Morgan, J. editors (2018) Realist Responses to Post-Human Society: Ex Machina (Volume 1) London: Routledge