Dr Jamie Murray

Lecturer

Research Overview

My current research interests centre on complex systems theories and regulation/law, particularly in relation to the macroprudential regulation of the global financial system. The research interests include: the interconnectedness, complexity, and systemic risk of the global financial system; the post 2008 financial regulation literature and the complexity economics of Arthur and Colander; resilience in the self-organisation of the global financial system and in macroprudential regulation of the financial system; the global financial system and macroprudential regulation as complex adaptive systems and complex evolving systems; the complexity theory of global financial system and macroprudential regulation and theories of regulatory capitalism; the complexity theory of social assemblages and the re-thinking of regulation in social theory, behavioural economics, and institutional innovation.

Earth jurisprudence, wild law, emergent law part 2: the emerging field of ecology and law
Murray, J. 08/2015 In: Liverpool Law Review. 36, 2, 22 p.
Journal article

Earth jurisprudence, wild law, emergent law : the emerging field of ecology and law - part 1
Murray, J. 12/2014 In: Liverpool Law Review. 35, 3, p. 215-231. 17 p.
Journal article