mw. prof. dr. M.S. (Mary) Morgan


  • Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde
    Sectie Macro & International Economics
  • Bezoekadres
    Roetersstraat 11  Amsterdam
    Kamernummer: JK2.92
  • Postadres:
    Postbus  15867
    1001 NJ  Amsterdam
  • M.S.Morgan@uva.nl
    T: 0205254187
    T: 0205254252

2011

  • Morgan, M. S. (2011). Seeking parts, looking for wholes. In L. Daston, & E. Lunbeck (Eds.), Histories of scientific observation. (pp. 303-325). Chicago: University of Chicago. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (2011). Travelling facts. In P. Howlett, & M. S. Morgan (Eds.), How well do facts travel? The dissemination of reliable knowledge. (pp. 3-42). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (2011). ‘Voice’ and the facts and observations of experience. In W. J. Gonzáles (Ed.), New methodological perspectives on observation and experimentation in science. (pp. 51-69). (Serie de filosofía y metodología de la ciencia). Oleiros: Netbiblo. [details]

2010

2008

  • Morgan, M. S. (2008). Models. In S. N. Durlauf, & L. E. Blume (Eds.), The new Palgrave dictionary of economics: Second edition: Volume 5. (pp. 654-661). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. DOI: 10.1057/9780230226203.1112 [details]

2007

  • Morgan, M. S. (2007). An analytical history of measuring practices: The case of velocities of money. In M. Boumans (Ed.), Measurement in Economics: A Handbook. (pp. 105-132). Amsterdam e.a.: Elsevier Academic Press. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (2007). The curious case of the prisoner's dilemma: Model situation? In A. N. H. Creager, E. Lunbeck, & M. N. Wise (Eds.), Science Without Laws: Models Systems, Cases, Exemplary Narratives. (pp. 157-185). (Science and cultural theory). Durham: Duke University Press. [details]

2006

  • Morgan, M. S. (2006). Economic man as model man: Ideal types, idealization and caricatures. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 28(1), 1-27. DOI: 10.1080/10427710500509763 [details]

2005

  • Morgan, M. S. (2005). Experiments versus models: New phenomena, inference and Surprise. Journal of Economic Methodology, 12(2), 317-329. DOI: 10.1080/13501780500086313 [details]

2004

  • Morgan, M. S. (2004). Imagination and imaging in economic model-building. Philosophy of Science, 71(5), 753-766. DOI: 10.1086/426769 [details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (2004). Simulation: The birth of a technology to create ¿evidence¿ in economics. Revue d'Histoire des Sciences, 57(2), 339-376. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S., & Boumans, M. J. (2004). Secrets Hidden by Two-Dimensionality: The Economy as a Hydraulic Machine. In S. De Chadarevian, & N. Hopwood (Eds.), Models: The Third Dimension of Science. (pp. 369-401). (Writing science). Stanford: Stanford University Press. [details]

2003

  • Morgan, M. S. (2003). Economics. In T. Porter, & D. Ross (Eds.), The Cambridge History of Science, Volume 7: The Modern Social Sciences. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (2003). Experiments without material intervention: Model experiments, virtual experiments and virtually experiments. In H. Radder (Ed.), The Philosophy of Scientific Experimentation. University of Pittsbrugh Press. [details]

2002

  • Maas, H. B. J. B., & Morgan, M. S. (2002). Timing History: The Introduction of Graphical Analysis in 19th Century British Economics. Revue d'Histoire des Sciences Humaines, 7, 97-127. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (2002). How models help economists to know [Commentary on John Sutton's "Marshall's Tendencies - What Can Economists Know?"]. Economics and Philosophy, 18, 5-16. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (2002). History of econometrics. In N. J. Smelser, & P. B. Baltes (Eds.), International Encyclopaedia of the Social and Behavioural Sciences. (pp. 4065-4069). Oxford/Amsterdam: Elsevier. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (2002). Model experiments and models in experiments. In L. Magnani, & N. J. Nersessian (Eds.), Model-Based Reasoning: Science, Technology, Values. (pp. 41-58). Kluwer Academic//Plenum Publisher. [details]

2001

  • Boumans, M. J., & Morgan, M. S. (2001). 'Ceteris paribus' conditions: materiality and the application of economic theories. Journal of Economic Methodology, 8(1), 11-26. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (2001). Making measuring instruments. History of political economy, 33, 235-251. DOI: 10.1215/00182702-33-Suppl_1-235 [details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (2001). Models, stories and the economic world. Journal of Economic Methodology, 8(3). [details]

2000

  • Morgan, M. S. (2000). Explanatory strategies for monetary policy analysis. In R. E. Backhouse, & A. Salanti (Eds.), Macroeconomics and the Real World, Volume I: Econometric Techniques and Macroeconomics. (pp. 141-153). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S., & Backhouse, R. E. (2000). Is data mining a methodological problem? Journal of Economic Methodology, 7(2), 171-182. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S., & den Butter, F. (2000). What makes the empirical models-policy interaction succesfull? In F. den Butter, & M. S. Morgan (Eds.), Empirical Models and Policy Making: Interaction and Institutions. (pp. 279-312). London/New York: Routledge. [details]

1999

  • Morgan, M. S. (1999). Learning from Models. In M. Morrison, & M. S. Morgan (Eds.), Models as Mediators - Perspectives on Natural and Social Science. (pp. 347-388). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S., & Magnus, J. R. (1999). Applied Econometrics and the Design of Two Experiments. In J. R. Magnus, & M. S. Morgan (Eds.), Methodology and Tacit Knowledge: Two Experiments in Econometrics. (pp. 1-10). Chichester/New York: John Wiley. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S., & Magnus, J. R. (1999). Lessons from the Tacit Knowledge Experiment. In J. R. Magnus, & M. S. Morgan (Eds.), Methodology and Tacit Knowledge: Two Experiments in Econometrics. (pp. 375-381). Chichester/New York: John Wiley. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S., & Magnus, J. R. (1999). Organisation of the Tacit Knowledge Experiment. In J. R. Magnus, & M. S. Morgan (Eds.), Methodology and Tacit Knowledge: Two Experiments in Econometrics. (pp. 311-413). Chichester/New York: John Wiley. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S., & Morrison, M. (1999). Models as Mediating Instruments. In M. Morrison, & M. S. Morgan (Eds.), Models as Mediators - Perspectives on Natural and Social Science. (pp. 10-37). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [details]

1998

  • Morgan, M. S. (1998). Haavelmo's Methodology. In W. Hands, J. Davis, & U. Maki (Eds.), The Handbook of Economic Methodology. (pp. 217-220). Cheltenham/Northampton: Edward Elgar. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (1998). Models. In W. Hands, J. Davis, & U. Maki (Eds.), The Handbook of Economic Methodology. (pp. 316-321). Cheltenham/Northampton: Edward Elgar. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S., & Rutherford, M. (1998). American Economics: The Character of Transformation. History of political economy, 30, 1-26. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S., & den Butter, F. (1998). What makes the empirical models-policy interaction successful? Economic Modelling, 15(3), 443-475. DOI: 10.1016/S0264-9993(98)00022-4 [details]

1997

1996

  • Morgan, M. S. (1996). Idealization and modelling. Journal of Economic Methodology, 3(1), 131-138. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (1996). Searching for causal relations in economic statistics: reflections from history. In S. Turner, & V. McKim (Eds.), Causality in crisis: The new debate about causal structures. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press. [details]

1995

  • Morgan, M. S. (1995). The history of econometrics: Errors and refutations. Econometric Theory, 11, 392-397. DOI: 10.1017/S0266466600009270 [details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (1995). Evolutionary metaphors in explanations of American industrial competition. In et al, & S. Maasen (Eds.), Biology as society, society as biology: Metaphors. (Sociology of the Sciences Yearbook 1994, volume XVIII). Dordrecht: Kluwer. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S., & Hendry, D. F. (1995). The foundations of econometric analysis. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S., Jinbang Kim, . U., & De Marchi, N. (1995). Empirical model peculiarities and belief in the natural rate hypothesis. Journal of Econometrics, 67, 81-102. DOI: 10.1016/0304-4076(94)01628-D [details]

2009

  • Morgan, M. S. (2009). Seeking parts, looking for wholes. (History of Observation in Economics Working Paper Series; No. 1). Amsterdam: Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde. [details]

2006

  • Morgan, M. S. (2006). Measuring Instruments in Economics and the Velocity of Money. How Well Do 'Facts' Travel? (London School of Economics and Political Science Working Paper; No. 13). Amsterdam: Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde. [details]

2003

  • Morgan, M. S. (2003). Business Cycle: Representation and Measurement. In D. Ladiray (Ed.), Papers and proceedings of the Cooloquium on the History of the Business Cycle Analysis. [details]

2001

  • Boumans, M., & Morgan, M. S. (2001). Ceteris paribus conditions: Materiality and the application of economic theory. Journal of Economic Methodology, 8(1), 11-26. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (2001). The curious case of the prisoner's dilemma: Model situation? Exemplary narrative. Research Memoranda in History and Methodology of Economics - UvA-FEE, 4[details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (2001). The formation of 'modern' economics: Engineering and Ideology. LSE Working Papers in Economic History, 62/01[details]

2000

  • Morgan, M. S. (2000). Experiments Without Material Invention: Model Experiments, Virtual Experiments and Virtually Experiments. Research Memoranda in History and Methodology of Economics - UvA-FEE, 00-1[details]

1999

  • Morgan, M. S. (1999). Models, stories and the economic world. Research Memoranda in History and Methodology of Economics - UvA-FEE, 99(1). [details]

1997

  • Morgan, M. S. (1997). Learning from Models. Research Memoranda in History and Methodology of Economics - UvA-FEE, 97/1, 1-47. [details]

1995

  • Morgan, M. S. (1995). Searching for causal relations in economic statistics: Reflections from history. (Discussion paper; No. 9/95). London, Verenigd Koninkrijk: LSE Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Sciences. [details]

2008

  • Morgan, M. S. (2008). "On a mission" with mutable mobiles. (Working papers on the nature of evidence: how well do 'facts' travel; No. 34/08). London: Department of Economic History, London School of Economics. [details]
  • Morgan, M. S. (2008). 'Voice' and the facts and observations of experience. (Working papers on the nature of evidence: how well do 'facts' travel; No. 31/08). London: Department of Economic History, London School of Economics. [details]

1998

  • Boumans, M. J., & Morgan, M. S. (1998). The secrets hidden by two-dimensionality: Modelling the economy as a hydraulic system. (History and Methodology of Economics; No. 98-2). Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam. [details]

Tijdschriftredactie

  • Morgan, M.S. (editor) & , (editor) (1997): Journal of Applied Econometrics (Journal).

Boekredactie

  • Howlett, P., & Morgan, M. S. (2011). How well do facts travel? The dissemination of reliable knowledge. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [details]
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