Skip to main content

Glenn Morgan

Glenn Morgan is Professor of Organizational Behaviour at Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, UK. He is joint editor of the journal 'Organization; the critical journal of organization, theory and society' and he has published widely in organization and management journals. In recent years, he has been researching multinational firms, global financial markets and transnational regulation and the impact of these on change in national business systems such as Japan, Germany and the UK. His current research focuses on three main themes; firstly theories of comparative capitalisms and the impact of globalisation and regionalisation on the establishment, reproduction and change of institutions; secondly the internationalisation of law firms and how this interacts with changing forms of regulation and economic organization at the national, regional and global levels (research being conducted jointly with Dr.Sigrid Quack at the Wissenschaftszentrum, Berlin); thirdly, the development of a sociological theory of multinational firms relating their structures of control and coordination to the dynamics of power within and across local social contexts (research being conducted with Professor Peer Hull Kristensen at Copenhagen Business School).