Tag Archives: Jamie Morgan

Place-Based Economic Recovery Network (PERN) Webinar Series and BEIS Submission

Professor Jamie Morgan, together with Dr. Thomas Haines-Doran, Professor Andrew Brown, and Professor Gary Dymski (all University of Leeds), and Dr. Richard Whittle (Manchester Metropolitan University), recently submitted an inquiry into post-pandemic economic growth to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee. This submission is reproduced on the Yorkshire Universities Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEP) network site here.

These scholars offer expert guidance to local authorities as part of the West Yorkshire ‘Place-Based Economic Recovery Network’ (PERN), with the aim of shaping the economic recovery strategy for the region. Initial webinar discussions and presentations took place in July 2020. Details of these webinars can be found here.

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Pandemic Aware Economies, Public Health Business Models and (Im)possible futures – Jamie Morgan

Professor Jamie Morgan has reproduced his Retail Review article ‘‘Pandemic Aware Economies, Public Health Business Models and (Im)possible futures: What happens to a Cortisol community?’ as a series of blog posts on the Real-World Economics Review Blog. This work is also summarized on the website of Leeds Beckett University. The full text of the article can be found on Professor Morgan’s ResearchGate profile here.

Global Climate Emergency: Preventing fatal “future facts” from becoming reality – Jamie Morgan

Professor Jamie Morgan and co-author Professor Barry Gills have recently published an article on the Common Alternatives website: ‘Global Climate Emergency:  Preventing fatal “future facts” from becoming reality.’ This article is based on their paper in the journal Globalizations, entitled “Global Climate Emergency: after COP24, climate science, urgency, and the threat to humanity“.