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Morgan, J (2024) Theory as time travel: Patomäki, World Statehood and possible futures. Journal of Critical Realism. pp. 1-17. ISSN 1476-7430 DOI:

Morgan, J (2024) Economics Imperialism then and now: Ben Fine on the Changing Relationship between Economics and the Other Social Sciences. Contributions to Political Economy. ISSN 0277-5921 DOI:

Poots, J and Morgan, J and Curcuruto, M (2024) A Bibliometric Analysis of Telephone Triage Research to 2021 Using VOSviewer. BioMed Research International, 2024. pp. 1-15. ISSN 2314-6133 DOI:

Morgan, J (2024) Capitalism, climate catastrophe and commoning: Hosseini and Gills on theory of value and what matters now. Globalizations. pp. 1-18. ISSN 1474-7731 DOI:

Morgan, J (2024) Book Review “Twenty-first century money: Huber and the case for CBDC.”. Real-World Economics Review, 107. pp. 97-109. ISSN 1755-9472

Morgan, J (2023) "Against the clock: Economics 101 and the concept of time.". Real-World Economics Review (106). pp. 78-86. ISSN 1755-9472

Morgan, J (2023) The Economics of Tax Behavior: The Absence of a Reflexive Ethical-Economic Agent. Journal of Economic Issues, 57 (4). pp. 1103-1118. ISSN 0021-3624 DOI:

New, C and Morgan, J (2023) Making realism work, from second wave feminism to extinction rebellion: an interview with Caroline New. Journal of Critical Realism. pp. 1-40. ISSN 1476-7430 DOI:

Morgan, J (2023) Everything, everywhere, but not all at once? Time, contingency and the open future. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. pp. 1-18. ISSN 0021-8308 DOI:

Elder-Vass, D and Morgan, J (2023) From original institutionalism to the economics of conventions and Inventing Value: An interview with Dave Elder-Vass. Real-World Economics Review (105). pp. 87-110. ISSN 1755-9472

Morgan, J (2023) Book Review: European Perma-Crisis: Usually late and never quite enough. Real-World Economics Review, 104. pp. 90-97. ISSN 1755-9472

Fichtner, J and Morgan, J (2023) Why Hedge Funds Matter: An interview with Jan Fichtner. Real-World Economics Review (104). pp. 17-48. ISSN 1755-9472

Morgan, J and Chu, CM and Haines-Doran, T (2023) Competent retrofitting policy and inflation resilience: The cheapest energy is that which you don't use. Energy Economics, 121. pp. 1-12. ISSN 0140-9883 DOI:

Patomäki, H and Morgan, J (2023) World politics, critical realism and the future of humanity: an interview with Heikki Patomäki, Part 2. Journal of Critical Realism. pp. 1-47. ISSN 1476-7430 DOI:

Danermark, B and Morgan, J (2023) Applying critical realism in an interdisciplinary context: an interview with Berth Danermark. Journal of Critical Realism. pp. 1-37. ISSN 1572-5138 DOI:

Patomäki, H and Morgan, J (2023) World politics, critical realism and the future of humanity: an interview with Heikki Patomäki, Part 1. Journal of Critical Realism. pp. 1-42. ISSN 1476-7430 DOI:

Morgan, J (2023) Book review: Constructing Economic Science: The Invention of a Discipline 1850 - 1950. Contributions to Political Economy. ISSN 0277-5921 DOI:

Morgan, J (2023) Systemic stablecoin and the brave new world of digital money. Cambridge Journal of Economics. pp. 1-46. ISSN 0309-166X DOI:

Nasir, MA and Morgan, J (2023) The methodological problem of unit roots: stationarity and its consequences in the context of the Tinbergen debate. Annals of Operations Research. pp. 1-18. ISSN 0254-5330 DOI:

Ghosh, J and Morgan, J (2022) A Life in Development Economics and Political Economy: An interview with Jayati Ghosh. Real-World Economics Review (101). pp. 44-64. ISSN 1755-9472

Morgan, J (2022) Postscript: RWER is for everyone and no one. Real-world economics review (100). pp. 264-267. ISSN 1755-9472

Derbyshire, J and Morgan, J (2022) Is seeking certainty in climate sensitivity measures counterproductive in the context of climate emergency? The case for scenario planning. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 182. ISSN 0040-1625 DOI:

Baker, A and Morgan, J (2021) From the Political Economy of Financial Regulation and Economic Governance to Climate Change: An interview with Andrew P. Baker. Real-World Economics Review (98). pp. 170-203. ISSN 1755-9472

Gills, B and Morgan, J (2021) No More Excuses! Why the Climate and Ecological Emergencies Demand a New Paradigm. Cadmus, 4 (5). pp. 83-102. ISSN 2038-5242

Asefi-Najafabady, S and Villegas-Ortiz, L and Morgan, J (2021) The failure of Integrated Assessment Models as a response to ‘climate emergency’ and ecological breakdown: the Emperor has no clothes. Globalizations, 18 (7). pp. 1178-1188. ISSN 1474-7731 DOI:

Morgan, J (2021) Book Review: China, the exception that proves the growthist rule? Richard Smith on China's contribution to climate emergency. Real-World Economics Review (97). pp. 155-168. ISSN 1755-9472

Gills, BK and Morgan, J (2021) Postscript, an end to the war on nature: COP in or COP out? Globalizations. pp. 1-12. ISSN 1474-7731 DOI:

Morgan, J and Patomäki, H (2021) Planetary good governance after the Paris Agreement: The case for a global greenhouse gas tax. Journal of Environmental Management, 292. ISSN 0301-4797 DOI:

Morgan, J (2021) The future: Thanks for the memories. Real-World Economics Review (96). pp. 2-27. ISSN 1755-9472

Morgan, J (2021) Learning to Treat Our Natural World Realistically Through Unlearning Mainstream Economics? A Commentary on the Recent Work of Peter Söderbaum. Economic Thought, 10 (1). pp. 14-31. ISSN 2049-3509

Steffen, W and Morgan, J (2021) From the Paris Agreement to the Anthropocene and Planetary Boundaries Framework: an interview with Will Steffen. Globalizations. pp. 1-13. ISSN 1474-7731 DOI:

Morgan, J and Curcuruto, MM and Steer, M and Bazzoli, A (2021) Implementing the Theoretical Domains Framework in Occupational Safety: Development of the Safety Behaviour Change Questionnaire. Safety Science, 136. ISSN 0925-7535 DOI:

Keen, S and Morgan, J (2021) From finance to climate crisis: An interview with Steve Keen. Real-World Economics Review (95). pp. 130-147. ISSN 1755-9472

Gills, B and Morgan, J (2020) Economics and climate emergency. Globalizations. pp. 1-16. ISSN 1474-7731 DOI:

Morgan, J (2020) Degrowth: necessary, urgent and good for you. Real-World Economics Review (93). pp. 113-131. ISSN 1755-9472

Bazzoli, A and Curcuruto, M and Morgan, J and Brondino, M and Pasini, M (2020) Speaking up about workplace safety: An experimental study on safety leadership. Sustainability, 12 (18). p. 7458. ISSN 2071-1050 DOI:

Gills, B and Morgan, J (2020) Teaching climate complacency: mainstream economics textbooks and the need for transformation in economics education. Globalizations. pp. 1-17. ISSN 1474-7731 DOI:

Porpora, DV and Morgan, J (2020) American sociology, realism, structure and truth : an interview with Douglas V. Porpora. Journal of Critical Realism. pp. 1-23. ISSN 1476-7430 DOI:

Morgan, J (2020) Inequality: what we think, what we don’t think and why we acquiesce. Real-World Economics Review (92). pp. 116-133. ISSN 1755-9472

Morgan, J (2020) A critique of the Laffer theorem’s macro-narrative consequences for corporate tax avoidance from a Global Wealth Chain perspective. Globalizations. pp. 1-21. ISSN 1474-7731 DOI:

Nelson, J and Morgan, J (2020) Ecological and feminist economics : an interview with Julie A. Nelson. Real-World Economics Review (91). pp. 146-153. ISSN 1755-9472

Morgan, J (2020) Tony Lawson, economics and the theory of social positioning. Real-World Economics Review (91). pp. 132-145. ISSN 1755-9472

Archer, M and Morgan, J (2020) Contributions to realist social theory : An interview with Margaret S. Archer. Journal of Critical Realism, 19 (2). pp. 179-200. ISSN 1476-7430 DOI:

Morgan, J and Daly, H (2019) The importance of ecological economics: An interview with Herman Daly. Real-World Economics Review (90). pp. 137-154. ISSN 1755-9472

Morgan, J and Reidy, J and Probst, T (2019) Age Group Differences in Household Accident Risk Perceptions and Intentions to Reduce Hazards. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16 (12). ISSN 1660-4601 DOI:

Lee, MJ and Morgan, J and Watson, AJM and Jones, GL and Brown, SR (2019) A validated severity score for haemorrhoids as an essential prerequisite for future haemorrhoid trials. Techniques in Coloproctology. ISSN 1128-045X DOI:

Nasir, M and Morgan, J (2018) Pre-Brexit: the EU referendum as an illustration of the effects of uncertainty on the Sterling exchange rate. Journal of Economic Studies, 45 (5). pp. 910-921. ISSN 0144-3585 DOI:

Nasir, M and Morgan, J (2018) The unit root problem: Affinities between ergodicity and stationarity, its practical contradictions for central bank policy, and some consideration of alternative. Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 41 (3). pp. 339-363. ISSN 0160-3477 DOI:

Morgan, J (2017) A Note on the Contingent Necessity of a Morphogenic Society and Human Flourishing. Journal of Critical Realism, 16 (3). pp. 1-13. ISSN 1476-7430 DOI:

Morgan, J (2017) Piketty and the Growth Dilemma Revisited in the Context of Ecological Economics. Ecological Economics, 136. pp. 169-177. ISSN 0921-8009 DOI:

Morgan, J and Abbott, R and Furness, P and Ramsay, J (2016) UK rail workers' perceptions of accident risk factors: An exploratory study. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 55. pp. 103-113. ISSN 1872-8219 DOI:

Morgan, J and Atkin, L (2016) Expelling Stress for Primary School Teachers: Self-Affirmation Increases Positive Emotions in Teaching and Emotion Reappraisal. International journal of environmental research and public health, 13 (5). ISSN 1661-7827 DOI:

Morgan, J (2016) Corporation tax as a problem of MNC organisational circuits: The case for unitary taxation. British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 18 (2). 463 - 481. ISSN 1369-1481 DOI:

Morgan, J (2016) Paris COP 21: Power that Speaks the Truth? Globalizations, 13 (6). pp. 943-951. ISSN 1474-7731 DOI:

Morgan, J (2015) Is Economics Responding to Critique? What do the UK 2015 QAA Subject Benchmarks Indicate? Review of Political Economy, 27 (4). 518 - 538. ISSN 0953-8259 DOI:

Olsen, W and Morgan, J (2015) The Entrapment of Unfree Labor: Theory and Examples from India. Journal of Developing Societies, 31 (2). 184 - 203. ISSN 0169-796X DOI:

Sheehan, B and Embery, J and Morgan, J (2015) Give them something to think about, don’t tell them what to think: A constructive heterodox alternative to the core project. Journal of Australian Political Economy, 2015 (75). 211 - 232. ISSN 0156-5826

Morgan, J (2015) Piketty's Calibration Economics: Inequality and the Dissolution of Solutions? Globalizations, 12 (5). 803 - 823. ISSN 1474-7731 DOI:

Morgan, J and Sheehan, B (2014) The Concept of Trust and the Political Economy of John Maynard Keynes, Illustrated Using Central Bank Forward Guidance and the Democratic Dilemma in Europe. Review of Social Economy, 73 (1). 113 - 137. ISSN 0034-6764 DOI:

Book Section

Morgan, J (2021) "Artificial Intelligence: Sounds like a friend, looks like a friend, is it a friend?" In: Archer, MS and Maccarini, AM, (eds.) What is Essential to Being Human? Can AI Robots Not Share It? The Future of the Human, Four . Routledge. ISBN 9780367368289

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 and Porpora, D, (eds.) Post-Human Futures: Human enhancement, artificial intelligence and social theory. The Future of the Human, 3 . Routledge, London, pp. 92-116. ISBN 9780815392781

Morgan, J and Garthwaite, J (2012) "Differentiating the effects of negative state on optimism and the implicit perception of everyday injury risk." In: Anderson, M, (ed.) Proceedings of the international conference on Ergonomics and Human Factors 2012. CRC Press, 181 - 188 (458). ISBN 0415621526, 9780415621526

Conference or Workshop Item

Kandola, RAJ and Curcuruto, MM and Morgan, J (2017) Safety climate validation for UK rail infrastructure workers: Analysis of the nomological network for design engineers and rail maintenance workers. In: Sixth International Human Factors Rail Conference, 06 November 2017 - 09 November 2017, London.

Matthews, M and Morgan, J and Spriggs, S (2017) A cross-sectional study exploring the effect of work place stressors on individual psychological and behavioural indicators of safety. In: Sixth International Human Factors Rail Conference, 06 November 2017 - 09 November 2017, London.

Loughran, HJ and Morgan, J (2015) Using Social Media to Engage with our Communities. In: Northern Collaboration Learning Exchange: Strategic Marketing, 23rd January 2015, University of Sunderland.

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