诺丁汉大学商学院(中国)
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司马辉(斯蒂芬.摩根)

诺丁汉大学中国卫生健康研究院执行主任;
英国诺丁汉大学中国经济史教授;  , 诺丁汉大学商学院中国经济史教授

学历

博士 (澳大利亚国立大学)
硕士 (香港大学)
学士(蒙纳士大学)

联系方式

IMG_7055

简介

职业生涯

宁波诺丁汉大学规划副教务长(2016-18)

宁波诺丁汉大学社会科学学院院长(2013-16)

联合国大学当代中国研究学院教学主任(2012-13)

SCCS研究和REF协调员副主任(2011-13)

SCCS研究主任(2008-11); SCCS博士课程主任(2007-10)

个人简介

司马辉(英语:斯蒂芬 · 摩根)是诺丁汉大学中国经济史教授,他被借调到宁波诺丁汉大学(UNNC)。他的研究重点是中国经济和商业史,以及中国当代经济,健康和发展,国际商业和战略管理。摩根教授是诺丁汉中国卫生健康研究院的执行主任,该研究所是一个伞状组织,汇集了宁波诺丁汉大学各种医疗保健相关研究。他曾担任宁波诺丁汉大学规划副教务长(2016-18)和社会科学院院长(2013-16)。他于2007年9月加入英国诺丁汉大学,来自墨尔本大学,担任管理和市场营销部亚洲经济史高级讲师。他在中国学习和写作方面拥有超过35年的经验。在早年的生活中,他是一名记者,其中包括Geelong广告商(墨尔本附近的省日报),中国驻南华早报的撰稿人,香港英文虎报的首席记者和远东经济评论的助理编辑。

研究兴趣

自18世纪以来,斯蒂芬摩根的研究兴趣广泛涉及中国的商业,经济和社会发展。他有两个主要的兴趣领域。首先是中国的经济和商业史,其中包括中国营养和健康长期变化,粮食市场一体化以及向中国转移管理知识的研究。第二个重点是国际商业和战略管理,其中包括对中国的外国直接投资研究,中国企业的企业战略,以及社会网络在中国企业组织和管理中的作用。2006年至2011年间,他担任澳大利亚经济史评论的联合编辑,这是唯一一本专注于亚太地区经济,商业和社会历史的英语SCCI期刊。在2012 - 13年,他是AEHR的主编。他仍然是该期刊编辑委员会的成员。他负责监督中国相关研究的广泛领域的博士研究,以及中国以外的一些研究,但他更喜欢监督中国经济和商业史或当代中国企业,包括中国企业的组织和管理,国际商业和战略管理。他愿意考虑这些主题的未来博士生的建议。 

出版物

Selected Publications (since 2000):

Stephen L. Morgan, “East Asia”, Chapter 34, in Matthias Blum and Christopher L. Cohen (eds), An Economist’s Guide to Economic History, Palgrave Studies in Economic History (Palgrave Macmillian, 2018 forthcoming).

Meixi Zhuang, Xiaoling Zhang and Stephen L. Morgan, “Citizen-media Interaction in China's Local Participatory Reform: A Contingent Participation Model”, Journal of Contemporary Chinese Studies, 27, No. 109, (Jan 2018), DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10670564.2017.1363025.

Daniel Bernhofen, Markus Eberhardt, Jianan Li and Stephen L. Morgan. “The Evolution of Markets in China and Western Europe on the Eve of the Industrialisation”. 2017 GEP Papers 17/12, http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/gep/news-events/news/papers/1712.aspx 

Shaoyu Zhao and Stephen L. Morgan, "Business to Government Networks in Resource Acquisition: The Case of Chinese Private Enterprises", Chapter 4, in J. Nolan, C. Rowley and M. Warner (eds), Business Networks in East Asian Capitalisms: Enduring Trends, Emerging Patterns (Elsevier, 2016).http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-100639-9.00005-0

Lauren Johnston, Stephen L. Morgan, and Yuesheng Wang, “The gravity of China’s African promise”, The World Economy, 38 (6), June 2015, pp. 913-34.  (doi:10.1111/twec.12229) http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/twec.12229/abstract .

Daniel Bernhofen, Markus Eberhardt, Jianan Li and Stephen L. Morgan. “Assessing market (dis)integration in early modern China and Europe,” 2015 GEP Papers 15/12, http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/gep/news-events/news/papers/1512.aspx  

Stephen L. Morgan, “Growing Fat on Reform: Obesity and Nutritional Disparities among Chinese Children, 1979-2005”, The China Quarterly, Vol. 220, Dec 2014, pp. 1033-1068, (DOI: 10.1017/S030574101400112X); An author original version is available from: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Stephen_Morgan3

Hailan Yang and Stephen L. Morgan, Business Strategy and Corporate Governance in the Chinese Consumer Electronics Sector (Oxford: Chandos Publishing, 2011) ISBN: 978-1-84334-656-2.

Stephen L. Morgan and Martin Shanahan, “The supply of economic history in Australasia: The AEHR at 50”, Australian Economic History Review, 50 (3), 2010, pp. 217-39. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-8446.2010.00303.x)

Joerg Baten, Debin Ma, Stephen Morgan and Qing Wang, “Evolution of Living Standards and Human Capital in China in the 18-20th Centuries: Evidences from Real Wages, Age-heaping, and Anthropometrics”, Explorations in Economic History 47 (3), 2010, pp. 347-59. (doi:10.1016/j.eeh.2009.09.003)

Shujie Yao, Bin Wu, Stephen Morgan and Dylan Sutherland, (eds.), Sustainable Reform and Development in Post-Olympic China (London, Routledge, 2011) ISBN: 978-0-415-55956-0. Paperback edition issued in mid-2014.

Stephen Morgan and Fang Su, “Regional inequalities in China – A non-monetary view.” In: Shujie Yao, Bin Wu, Stephen Morgan and Dylan Sutherland (eds.), Sustainable Reform and Development in Post-Olympic China (London, Routledge, 2011), pp. 38-59.

Shujie Yao, Dan Luo and Stephen Morgan, “Bank share prices and stock market integration in China”, Journal of Asia Pacific Economy, 15 (4), 2010, pp. 388-395 (DOI:10.1080/13547860.2010.516152).

Hailan Yang and Stephen Morgan, “Development of China’s State-controlled Firms, the Case of the Consumer Electronics Sector”, Management Revue, 21 (4), 2010, pp. 458-479. (DOI 10.1688/1861-9908_mrev_2010_04_Yang).

Shujie Yao, Dan Luo and Stephen Morgan, “The Impact of the US Credit Crunch and the Housing Market Crisis in China”, Journal of Contemporary China 19 (Issue 64), 2010, pp. 401-417 (DOI:10.1080/10670560903444355).

Stephen L. Morgan, “Stature and Economic Development in South China, 1810-1880”, Explorations in Economic History 46 (1), 2009, pp. 53-69. (doi:10.1016/j.eeh.2008.03.001)

David Merrett, Stephen Morgan and Simon Ville, “Industry Associations as Facilitators of Social Capital: the Establishment and Early Operations of the Melbourne Wool Brokers Association”, Business History 50(6), 2008, pp. 781-94. (doi: 10.1080/00076790802420153)

Shujie Yao and Stephen Morgan, “On the New Economic Policies Promoted by the 17th CCP Congress in China”, World Economy 31 (9), 2008, pp. 1129-1153.
(doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9701.2008.01123.x)

Stephen Morgan and Shiyung Liu, “Was Japanese Colonialism Good for the Welfare of the Taiwanese? Stature and the Standard of Living”, The China Quarterly, 192, 2007, pp. 990-1017. (doi:10.1017/S0305741007002135)

Stephen L. Morgan, “Australian Immigration Archives as Sources for Business and Economic History”, Australian Economic History Review, 46 (3), 2006, pp. 268-82. (doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8446.2006.00181.x)

Stephen L. Morgan, “Transfer of Taylorism to China, 1910s-1930s”. Journal of Management History, 12 (4) 2006, pp. 408-24. (doi: 10.1108/17511340610692761)

Stephen L. Morgan, “Economic Growth and the Biological Standard of Living in China, 1880-1930”, Economics and Human Biology, 2 (2) 2004, pp. 197-218. (doi:10.1016/j.ehb.2004.03.002)

Stephen L. Morgan, “Personnel Discipline and Industrial Relations on the Railways of Republican China”, Australian Journal of Politics and History, 47 (1) 2001, pp. 24-38.  (10.1111/1467-8497.00217)

Stephen L. Morgan, “Richer and Taller – Stature and the Standard of Living in China, 1979-1995”, The China Journal, 44, 2000, pp. 1-39.