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Curriculum Vitae

Books

  1. Murray, G. & Scott, J. Financial elites and transnational business: Who Rules the World? Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2012.
  2. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. Women of the Coal Rushes, UNSW Press, Sydney, 2010.
  3. Murray, G. Capitalist Networks and Social Power in Australia and New Zealand, Burlington, Aldershot, Ashgate, (Corporate Social Responsibility Series, Professor David Crowther, editor) 2006.

Books in Preparation

  1. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. Women at Work: Labor Segmentation and Regulation. A contract with Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
  2. Salas-Porras, A. & Murray, G. Think Tanks – key spaces within global structures of power. A contract with Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
  3. Murray, G. Power and Politics, A textbook proposal to Lloyd Langman with conditional acceptance to be explored -Palgrave Macmillan 2017.

Edited Collections

  1. Murray, G. (Ed) The Global Financial Crisis, Work and Society, Guest Editor, Special Edition Labour and Industry, v.20. n. 5, April 2010.
  2. Murray, G. & Tulloch, G. (eds.) Feminism: the Big Challenge for the 90s, Current Sociology, (Trend Report, v. 46, n. 1, 155 pages) pp. 1-9, 1997.
  3. Murray, G. (Ed) Corporate Power in the Pacific Rim, Current Sociology, (Trend Report v. 43, n. 1, 161 pages), London, Sage, pp. 1-12 and conclusion, pp.134-148, 1995.

Book Chapters

  1. Peetz, D., Murray, G. & Nienhüeser, W. The New Structuring of Corporate Ownership, Strauna, J. (Ed.) Global Capitalism and Transnational Class Formation, Routledge, 2015.
  2. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. ‘Decoupling capital and climate change: what motivates finance capital climate-interested investors?’ In Sprague, Jeb (Ed.)  Global Capitalism in Asia and Oceania, Singapore, Republic of Singapore and London, UK: Routledge 2015.
  3. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. La restructuration de la propriete des enterprises et la crise financiere mondiale [Restructuring of ownership in three countries and the global financial crisis], in [Eds.] Patrice Jalette et Linda Rouleau, Perspectives Multidimensionnelles sur les Restructuration d’enterprise, Presses de l’Universite Laval, Quebec City, 2014.
  4. Murray, G. & Peetz, D.‘Plutonomy and the one per cent’, in Susan Schroeder & Lynne Chester (Eds), Challenging the Orthodoxy: Reflections on Frank Stilwell’s Contribution to Political Economy, Springer, Sydney, 2013.
  5. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. “The “powerful women paradox”: why women at the top still miss out’, in H Hossfeld & R Ortlieb (Eds.) Macht und Employment Relations. Festschrift für Werner Nienhüser, Rainer Hampp Verlag, Mering, Bayern, 2013.
  6. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. The financialisation of corporate ownership and implications for the potential for climate action,(Eds.) Suzanne Young & Stephen GatesInstitutional Investors and Corporate Responses: Actors, Power and Responses, Emerald, London, 2013.
  7. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. ‘Finance Capital and global corporate ownership’ in Murray, G. & Scott, J. G. [Eds.] Financial elites and transnational business: Who Rules the World? Cheltenham Edward Elgar, pp. 38-69, 2012.
  8. Murray, G. ‘Australia’s ruling class: a local elite a transnational capitalist class or bits of both?’ in Murray, G. & Scott, J. [Eds.] Financial elites and transnational business: Who Rules the World? Cheltenham Edward Elgar, pp. 217-249, 2012.
  9. Murray, G. ‘Corporate Futures and the Consequences from the top end of town’ in Murray, G. & Scott, J. (Eds.) Financial elites and transnational business: Who Rules the World? Cheltenham Edward Elgar, pp. 280-305, 2012.
  10. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. ‘Elite and popular workplace ideology down under and the shift to individualism’ in Christian Aziz [Ed.] Labour and employment in a globalising world: autonomy, collectives and political dilemmas, PEI Peter Lang, Brussels, pp. 229-247, 2010.
  11. Murray, G. ‘The New Zealand Legal Profession: from Colonial GPs to the Servants of Capital?’ in R. Abel & P. Lewis, [Eds.] Lawyers in Society: A Comparative Approach, v. 1, University of California Press, Los Angeles, pp.318-344, 1988, reprinted Beard Books, 2006.
  12. Murray, G. ‘Black Empowerment: a tripartite engagement with capitalism’ in Rethinking the Labour Movement in the ‘New South Africa’ [eds.] Franco Barchiesi & Tom Bramble, Series: The Making of Modern Africa, Ashgate Publishers, Aldershot, London pp.81-95, 2003.
  13. Murray, G. ‘New Zealand Women Lawyers at the End of the Twentieth Century in New Zealand’, in A Challenge to Law and Lawyers: Women in the Legal Profession, [Eds.] Grisela Shaw and Ulrike Schultz, Hart Publishing, Oxford. pp. 123-136, 2003.
  14. Murray, G. ‘The State of the Sociology of Law in New Zealand’ in Developing Sociology of Law V. Ferrari [Ed.] Giuffre, Milano, University of Bologna Press, pp.571-592, 1990.
  15. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. Evaluating minimum standards in operation (Ed C. Ozich) Special Edition Employment Rights Now: Reflections on the Australian Charter of Employment Rights, Hardy Grant, Melbourne, 2015.

  16. Peetz, D., & Murray, G. Decoupling capital and climate change: what motivates finance capital climate-interested investors? (Ed.) Jeb Sprague Global Capitalism in Asia and Oceania, Singapore, Republic of Singapore and London, UK. London, Routledge, 2015.

  17. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. Evaluating minimum standards in operation (Ed C. Ozich) Special Edition Employment Rights Now: Reflections on the Australian Charter of Employment Rights, Hardy Grant, Melbourne, 2015.
  18. Peetz, D., & Murray, G. Decoupling capital and climate change: what motivates finance capital climate-interested investors? (Ed.) Jeb Sprague Global Capitalism in Asia and Oceania, Singapore, Republic of Singapore and London, UK. London, Routledge, 2015.
  19. Peetz, D., Murray, G. & Nienhüeser, W. The New Structuring of Corporate Ownership, Strauna, J. (Ed.) Global Capitalism and Transnational Class Formation, Routledge, 2015.

Book Chapters in Preparation

  1. Murray, G. “Class and gender- conjoined in capitalism’ in Peetz, D. & Murray, G. (Eds.) Women at Work: Labour Segmentation and Regulation, Palgrave MacMillan, London, 2017.
  2. Peetz , D., Murray, G. & Werner Nienhüser, ‘Restrukturierung des Eigentums an großen Unternehmen während der Finanzkrise. Deutschland und die USA im Vergleich’,WSI-Mitteilungen
  3. Murray, G. Peetz, D. & Poorhosseinzadeh, Mahan “Women executives and gender gaps in Peetz, D. & Murray, G. (Eds.) Women at Work: Labor Segmentation and Regulation, Palgrave MacMillan, London, 2017.
  4. Öchsner, M. & Murray, G. Gender and Class, in Peetz, D. & Murray, G. (Eds.) Women at Work: Labor Segmentation and Regulation, Palgrave MacMillan, London, 2017.
  5. Peetz, D & Murray, G (eds) Women at Work: Labor Segmentation and Regulation, Palgrave MacMillan, London, 2017.
  6. Murray, G. Peetz, D. & Muurlink, O. Women and coal mining’ in Peetz, D & Murray, G. (Eds.) Women at Work: Labor Segmentation and Regulation, Palgrave MacMillan, London, 2017.
  7. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. Class, attitudes, objective indicators and the climate crisis under market liberalism in Australia and overseas (Eds.) Griffen-Foley, B. & Scalmer, S. in Public Opinion, Political Oratory, and Media Audiences: New Perspectives on Australian Politics (forthcoming) 2016.

Refereed Journal Articles

 

  1. Peetz, D. & Murray, G., Muurlink, O, May, M. The meaning and making of union delegate networks, The Economic and Labour Relations Review, 26: 596-613, first published on November 12, 2015. doi:10.1177/1035304615614717
  2. Murray, G. Dalziel and Saunders’ ‘Well-being Economics’ framework: A radical critique’, Special Edition, [Eds.] Charles Crothers & Michael Fletcher Journal of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa/New Zealand Volume 30 Issue 3, pp.79-84, 2015.
  3. Murray, G. ‘We rule the world: an emerging class fraction? Morgan, D. [Ed.] Special Edition, Foresight v. 17, i.2, pp. 1-28, 2015.
  4. Peetz, D & Murray, G. & Muurlink, O, Work-related influences on marital satisfaction amongst shift-workers and their partners: a large, matched-pairs study, Community, Work and Family 17 (3), 288-307, 2015.
  5. Loudoun, R, Muurlink, O, Peetz, D & Murray, G, ‘Does age moderate the relationship between control at work and sleep disturbances?’ Chronobiology International, pp.1-11http://informahealthcare.com/doi/pdf/10.3109/07420528.2014.9573072014.
  6. Muurlink, O, Peetz, D & Murray, G, ‘Work-related influences on marital satisfaction amongst shiftworkers and their partners: a large, matched-pairs study, Community, Work and Family. Taylor Francis, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/.VAaCDxajD8s, 2014.
  7. Murray, G. We are the 1 % ÜberglobaleFinanzeliten, Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte, v. 64, Jahrgang, 7. April, pp. 15-22, 2014.
  8. Peetz, D., Murray, G. & Olav Muurlink Worklife interference and gender in the mining and energy industry (Eds.) Julie Douglas & Katherine Ravenswood, Special Edition Labour and Industry, v.20. n. 5, April, 2014.
  9. Peetz, D., Murray, G. & Nienhüeser, W. The New Structuring of Corporate Ownership, Globalizations Special Issue: Global Capitalism and Transnational Class Formation, (Ed.) Jason Strauna, 10(5), pp. 711–730, 2013.
  10. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. Restructuring of Corporate Ownership in Australia through the Global Financial Crisis, Journal Australian Political Economy, (i.71), winter, pp. 76-105, 2013.
  11. Murray, G. & Chesters, J. Economic wealth and political power in Australia: 1788-2010, (Lead Article) Journal of Labour History, v. 103, (i.2), pp.1-16, November 2012.
  12. Murray, G. ‘The New Fractionation of the Ruling Class’, 38: 381, Edited Review: Global capitalism theory and the emergence of transnational elites, Critical Sociology, USA. May, 38, pp. 381-387, 2012.
  13. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. You get really old quick: involuntary long hours in the mining industry, Special Edition. Journal of Industrial Relations, 53 (1), pp. 13-30,  2011.
  14. Murray, G. Capital in Crisis: implications for work and society, Special Edition. Labour and Industry, 20, (5), pp. 243-249. 2010.
  15. Murray, G. Australia Has a Transnational Capitalist Class? Perspectives on Global Development and Technology. Brill, Netherlands, 8 pp164-188, 2009.
  16. Murray, G. Who is afraid of T.H. Marshall? Or what are the limits of the liberal vision of rights? Societies without Borders, 2 (2), pp. 222-242, 2007.
  17. Murray, G. Conflict between liberal economic ideology and citizenship at work’, Special Edition, Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, v. 60, n 4, pp.792-816, 2005.
  18. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. ‘Individualisation at the Coal Face’, Just Labour, Canadian Journal of Work and Society, Special Edition, v. 6 & 7, Autumn, pp. 55-71, 2005.
  19. Hutchings, K. & Murray, G. ‘Family, Face and Favours: Do Australians Adjust to accepted Business Conventions in China?’ Singapore Management Review, v.25, n.2, pp. 25-50, 2003,
  20. Hutchings, K. & Murray, G. ‘Working with Guanxi: An Assessment of the Impact of Globalisation on Business Networking in China’, Creativity and Innovation Management, Blackwell, Oxford, v.11, n.3 pp.1-8, 2002.
  21. Hutchings, K. & Murray, G. ‘Australian Expatriates’ experiences in working behind the Bamboo Curtain: An Examination of Guanxi in post-Communist China’, Asian Business and Management, Palgrave McMillan, North America, v.1: pp. 373-393, 2002.
  22. Murray, G. & Hutchings, K. ‘Challenging the Chinese Managerial Paradigm: Global relations over-ride the traditional market model’, Innovation: Management, Policy and Practice, the international journal for innovation research, commercialisation, policy analysis and best practice, Maleny, v.4, n.1-3, 2002.
  23. Murray, G. ‘Interlocks or Ownership: New Zealand Boardroom Power’, New Zealand Sociology, v. 16, n.1, pp. 176-201, 2001.
  24. Murray, G. ‘Interlocking Directorates: What do they tell us about Corporate Power in Australia?’ Journal of Australian Political Economy, June, n. 47, pp. 5-27, Reprinted as Corporate Locking Horns, Workers Online, 27 July, Issue 104, 2001.
  25. Murray, G. ‘Black Empowerment in South Africa – a Corporate Black Wash’, Critical Sociology, v. 26, n. 3, pp.183-204, 2001.
  26. Murray, G & Tulloch, G., ‘Introduction’, Current Sociology, Trend Report, London, Sage, v. 45, n. 2, pp. 36-47, April, 1997.
  27. Murray, G, ‘Agonise Don’t Organise: A Critique of Post-Feminism’, Current Sociology, Trend Report, London, Sage, v. 45, n. 2, pp. 37-47, April, 1997.
  28. Murray, G. “Class and Class Conflict in Australia.” Social Alternatives 16 61-61, 1997.
  29. Murray, G. ‘Global ‘Who-Can-I-Kill-Today?’ Capitalism: Top Business in the 90s’, Social Alternatives, January, v. 15, n. 1, pp. 26-30, 1996.
  30. Murray, G. ‘The Intellectual Dynamics of the New Capitalism, a Review Article’, in Social Alternatives, v.15, n. 3/4, pp. 61-64, 1996.
  31. Murray, G., ‘Introduction’ Current Sociology, Trend Report, London, Sage, v. 43, n. 1, Summer, pp. 1-10, 1995,
  32. Murray, G., Bierling, J. & Alexander, M. ‘The Rich Countries: Australia, New Zealand and Japan, The Emerging Powers’, Current Sociology, Trend Report, London, Sage, v. 43, n. 1, Summer, pp. 11-63, 1995.
  33.  Murray, G. & Bierling, J.Emerging Power: China, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan, Current Sociology, n.1. v. 43. 1995 43: 65.
  34. Murray, G., ‘Conclusion’, Current Sociology, Trend Report, London, Sage, v. 43, n. 1, Summer pp. 135-138, 1995.
  35. Alexander, M, Murray, G. & Houghton, J. ‘Business Power in Australia – the Concentration of Directorship Holdings amongst the top 250 Corporates’ Australian Journal of Political Science, v.29 n.1: pp. 40-61, 1994.
  36. Murray, G. ‘Why New Zealand cannot not afford a Welfare State’, Pacific Basin Review, v. 5, n.2, 1-3, 1993.
  37. Alexander, M. & Murray, G. ‘Interlocking Directorates in the Top 250 Australian Companies: comment on Carroll, Stening and Stening’, Companies and Securities Law Journal, v. 10, n. 6, pp.385-395, 1992.
  38. Murray, G. & Crothers, C. ‘Corporate Decision-Making: Some New Zealand Survey Evidence’, co-author Charles Crothers, n. 16, pp.75-90, Critical Sociology, December 1989.
  39. Murray, G. ‘New Zealand Corporate Class Networks’, New Zealand Sociology n. 4, pp.115-163, 1989.
  40. Murray, G. ‘The New Zealand Woman Lawyer: some questions about the politics of equality’, International Journal of Sociology of Law, December, 15(4), pp.439-457, Academic Press, London, 1987.

Invited Articles

  1. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. ‘Black gold, white nights and big girls’ toys’, in Money Sex Power, Griffith Review, November, edition 22, 2008.
  2. Murray, G. He Aha Mea Nui O Te Ao? Tangata, Tangata, Tangata (trans. What is the Most Important Matter in the World?’ People, People, People.) Invited contribution, New Zealand Sociology, v. 14, November, pp. 241-248 1999.

Refereed Conference Paper in published proceedings (from 1998)

  1. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. (2010). Keep Your Head High: Adaptations and Struggles of Australian Women Miners. Employee Representation in the New World of Work: The Dynamics of Rights, Voice, Performance and Power. Canadian Industrial Relations Association (CIRA)/Interuniversity Centre for Research on Globalisation and Work (CRIMT) conference. Quebec, Canada. June.
  2. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. (2010) Involuntary long hours in mining, AIRRANZ, Sydney, Australia, February.
  3. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. ‘Coal Rushes: progress report on Women Miners, Miners’ Women and their communities’, Conference Proceedings: AIRAANZ Conference editors, Julian Teicher and Clive Gilson, February, 2007.
  4. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. ‘Women Miners and Miners’ Women: their Activism in the 1952 stay downstrike’ in Public Sociologies: TransTasman Comparisons, joint conference of The Sociological Association of Australia and Sociological Association of Australia and New Zealand [CD]Auckland 5, December, 2007.
  5. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. Involuntary long hours in mining, AIRRANZ, Sydney, 3-5th February 2010.
  6. Murray, G. & Poyatas Matas, C. ‘Layered Teaching with Large Classes’, Refereed Proceedings of the Effective Teaching and Learning Conference, 2004, (eds.) Gay Crebert and Lynda Davis, Griffith University, 2005.
  7. Murray, G. ‘Think Tanks, Economic Liberalism and Industrial Relations’, in M. Barry & P. Brosnan (eds.) New Economies: New Industrial Relations, Proceedings of the 18th AIRAANZ conference, Volume 1: Refereed Papers, Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand, Noosa, 3rd February, 2004.
  8. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. ‘Popular and Elite workplace ideology and the shift to individualism’, in P. Corrigan, M. Gibson, G. Hawkes, E Livingston, J. Scott, S. Thiele and G. Carpenter (eds.), New Times, New Worlds, New Ideas: Sociology Today and Tomorrow, TASA Conference, Refereed Proceedings, The Australian Sociological Association and University of New England, Armidale, 3-5th December, 2003.
  9. Murray, G. ‘Interlocking Directorates: Australian and New Zealand Comparisons’, in Sociological Sites, (eds.) S. Oakley, J. Pudsey, J. King and R. Boyd, The Australian Sociological Association, TASA Flinders University, 3-5th December 1999.
  10. Murray, G. ‘White-Mail the Continuity of Class Politics in South Africa’, Refashioning Sociology: Responses to a New World Order, eds. M. Alexander, S. Harding, P. Harrison, Z. Skrbis and J. Western, The Australian Sociological Association, TASA Monash University, 3-5th December 1998.

Non Refereed Papers (just 2006-2015)

  1. Peetz, D. Murray, G. & Muurlink, O. ‘Work, wellbeing, working time and family’, CRIMT Conference, University of Montreal, Canada, 15th May, 2014.
  2. Peetz, D. Murray, G. & Muurlink, O. ‘Working Time Arrangements, Partners and Family Relationships in the Mining and Energy Industry’, 5th International Community, Work and Family Conference The University of Sydney, 17 July 2013.
  3. Peetz, D. Murray, G. & Muurlink, O. ‘Union Networks and Power’, AIRAANZ conference, Melbourne, 7-9 February 2014.
  4. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. Conflicts within Capital and the Motivations of Climate-Interested Investors, CR3+ Conference, La Trobe University, Melbourne, 26-8th March, 2014.
  5. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. Interpreting and challenging women’s work outcomes: cases on the role of labour segmentation, norms and regulation distance, Gender, Work & Organisation Conference, University of Keele, UK June, 2014.
  6. Peetz, D. Murray, G. & Muurlink, O. ‘Work-life interference, gender and unionism in the mining and energy industry’, Women, Work and Collectivism Second Symposium, 22nd November AUT, 2013.
  7. Peetz, D. Muurlink, O. Murray G. & Laudon, R. ‘Social consequences of workaholism among long-hours wage earners. Conference presentation in  “New Trends in Working Hours” session, 21st International Symposium on Shiftwork and Working Time, Costa do Sauipe, Brazil, 4-8 November 2013.
  8. Peetz, D. Muurlink, O. & Murray G. Does control over shifts moderate the relationship between age and adaption to shiftwork? Poster presentation, 21th InternationalSymposium on Shiftwork and Working Time, Costa do Sauipe, Brazil, 4-8. November, 2013
  9. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. ‘Plutonomy of the One Per Cent’ Invited Conference dedicated to Professor Frank Stilwell, University of Sydney, May, 2013.
  10. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. ‘Harassment and working in the mines’, 27th AIRAANZ Conference, Work, Employment and Employment Relations in an Uneven Patchwork World, AIRAANZ Conference, 6-8 February, 2013.
  11. Peetz, D. & Murray, G.Restructuring of ownership in three countries and the global financial crisis, ISA, RC02 Conference, Academy of Sciences University of Moscow, Moscow, 23rd October, 2012.
  12. Peetz, D.,Murray, G. & Muurlink, O. Investigating the working arrangements in the mining resources boom and the well-being of workers and families, AIRRANZ, Surfers Paradise, Qld, 2012.
  13. Peetz, D.,Murray, G. & Nienhüeser, W. Finance Capital, Jobs and Restructuring Corporate Ownership in Germany, Canada and the United States,Human Resource Management Seminar, Gießen, Germany, 28-30th September, 2011.
  14. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. Finance capital, jobs and restructuring corporate ownership in the United States,AIRAANZ, 3-5th February, AUT, Auckland, 2011.
  15. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. ‘Who owns the world?’ Some empirical evidence, Sociology on the move, RC02, ISA, Gôteburg, Sweden, 11-17th July, 2010.
  16. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. “There was some hard times in there”: women in the Queensland Coal Mines, Q150, Conference of History of Labour Relations in Qld. 1859-2009, Queensland Government, 12th December Brisbane, 2009.
  17. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. Transnational Capital in Australia? ‘Heavy marketing with no accountability’, Capital, Crisis and Labour Conference, University of Wollongong, 9th-10th, July 2009.
  18. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. ‘Women and Death,’ AIRAANZ, 3-5th February, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, 2009.
  19. Murray, G. Gender Diversity, Yeah Right! The Gender and Diversity Pre-Conference Workshop to ANZAM, AUT Auckland, 2nd December 2009.
  20. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. ‘Domestic Dirt Women’s fight for home and community in the Coal Rush’, Annual conference of The Australian Sociological Association Re-Imagining Sociology, University of Melbourne, 4-6th December 2008.
  21. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. ‘The Big Shift: The gendered impact of 12 hour shifts on Mining Communities’, RC44 On Labour Movements, ISA Conference, Barcelona 5-7th September, 2008.
  22. Murray, G. Networks of Power: Australia’s relationship to the Transnational Capitalist Class, RC02, ISA Conference, Barcelona 5-7th September. 2008.
  23. Murray, G. ‘Is there a Transnational Class in Australia?’ Global Studies Association, New York, Pace University 6-12th June 2008. Citations=3.
  24. Murray, G. Gender Diversity, Yeah Right! The Gender and Diversity Pre-Conference Workshop to ANZAM, AUT Auckland, 2nd December 2008.
  25. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. ‘You have us riled up!’ Women’s role in the Dysart Miner’s strike 2001,’ AIRAANZ, February, La Trobe, Melbourne, 4th February 2008.
  26. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. ‘Coal Rushes: the impact of the new arrangements on Miner’s Women and Women Miners.’ AIRAANZ, 5th February, Auckland, New Zealand, 2007.
  27. Murray, G. ‘History of Capitalist Networks of Power’, TASA, Perth 3-5th December 2006.
  28. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. ‘Labour, Community and Confronting the Corporation’, The Organising Society, EGOS, Bergen, 22nd June, Norway, 2006.

Working papers

  1. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. Global Wellbeing and Climate-Interested Investors’ Motives, Centre for Work, Organization and Wellbeing December 2013.
  2. Peetz, D.  & Murray, G. Corporate ownership and global wellbeing: Some implications for sustainability, Centre for Asia Pacific Centre for Sustainable Development, Working papers series, Griffith Business School, October 2012.
  3. Murray, G. & Chesters, J. Australian Billionaires and the Sustaining Australian State, ed. Robert Russell, Centre For Work Organisation and Wellbeing, Working papers series, Griffith Business School, July 2011.
  4. Murray, G. & Crothers, C. General Report on Small Business Practices in Auckland: Small Firms in the Retail and Service Sectors, The University of Auckland, Department of Sociology, Working Papers in Comparative Sociology, Auckland, n. 16, September, 1986.
  5. Murray, G. and Fleming, G. The Organization of Economic Advice in New Zealand in Policy Discussion Papers, n.7, Department of Economics, Auckland University, Auckland, 1990.

Non Refereed Articles

  1. Murray, G. & Pacheco, D. ‘The Ideas Industry: Australasian Think Tanks in the 1990s’, Marxist Interventions, Australia National University Library, 2000.
  2. Murray, G. ‘Peace as Meaning’, Antic, 5, pp.120-135, 1987.
  3. Murray, G. ‘Women Lawyers’, Broadsheet, 131, pp.15-17, July/August, 1986.

Book Reviews

  1. Murray, G. The War on Democracy Conservative Opinion in the Australian Press, authors Niall L. and Mickler, S.  2006 University of Western Australian Press, Crawley, Western Australia 6009, pp. i-viii, 1-172 and Silencing Dissent: How the Australian Government is controlling public opinion and stifling debate, Hamilton, Clive et al Allen and Unwin, Crows Nest, NSW, pp: i-xiv, 1-279 for Overland, 2007.
  2. Murray, G. Social Capital, Networks and Economic Development, author Maria Semitiel Garcia, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, MA. USA, 1-v.1-pp. 251, Journal of Labour and Industry, 2007.
  3. Murray, G. Class and Class Conflict in Australia, Rick Kuhn and Tom O’Lincoln’s, in Social Alternatives, v. 16, n. 1, January, pp. 61-62, 1995.
  4. Murray, G. Changing Places in New Zealand: a Geography of Restructuring S. Britton, R. Leheron and E. Pawson, New Zealand Sociology, n. 3, July, pp. 28-36, 19, 1993.
  5. Murray, G. Add women and stir: six feminist political economy texts, a review article, Culture and Policy, v. 2-3, n. 2-1, pp. 201-212, 1990.

National Competitive Grants (Total $537,000)

  1. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. 2009-2011 ARC Linkage The relationship between working arrangements and well-being in regional coal mining communities, $300,000 (in kind included).
  2. Alexander, M. & Murray, G. 1994-1995, ARC Discovery, Economic Power In Australia, $93,000.
  3. Bennett, T., Frow, J. & Murray, G. 1994-1995, ARC Discovery Cultural Consumption, $117,000.
  4. Murray, G. 1987 The Social Sciences Research Foundation, Interlocking Directorates in New Zealand, $23,000.
  5. Murray, G. & Crothers, C. 1985 Development Finance Corporation, Small Business, $2,000.
  6. Murray, G. 1984 Bellagio Rockerfeller Center, Book Writing Retreat, $2,000.

Competitive Grants (Total $9000)

  1. Peetz, D., Murray, G. & Muurlink, O. Preparation of an expert witness report for an arbitration case: Meal breaks for ambulance workers” The Ambulance Division of United Voice, $14,000, 2013.
  2. Murray, G, Poyatas Mata, C., Brough, P. Muurlink, O. $2,500.
  3. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. 2011, Asia Pacific Centre for Sustainable Development, Corporate Ownership global wellbeing: some implications for sustainability, $4,000.
  4. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. 2011 Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing, Corporate Ownership global wellbeing: some implications for sustainability, $5,000.

Curriculum Vitae

Gender

  1. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. Women of the Coal Rushes, UNSW Press, Sydney, 2010.
  2. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. ‘The “powerful women paradox”: why women at the top still miss out’, in H Hossfeld & R Ortlieb (eds) Macht und Employment Relations. Festschrift für Werner Nienhüser, Rainer Hampp Verlag, Mering, Bayern, 2013, 181-186.
  3. Murray, G, ‘Agonise Don’t Organise: A Critique of Post-Feminism’, Current Sociology, Trend Report, London, Sage, v. 45, n. 2, pp. 36-47, April, 1997.
  4. Murray, G. & Tulloch, G. (eds.) Feminism: the Big Challenge for the 90s, Current Sociology, (Trend Report, v. 46, n. 1, 155 pages) pp. 1-9, 1997.

Networks of power and class

  1. Murray, G. & Scott, J. Financial elites and transnational business: Who Rules the World? Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2012.
  2. Peetz, D., Murray, G. & Nienhüeser, W. The Restructuring of Corporate Ownership’, Globalizations, 10 (6), October, p713, 2013.
  3. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. Restructuring of Corporate Ownership in Australia through the Global Financial Crisis, Journal of Australian Political Economy, (I. 71), winter, pp. 76-105, 2013.
  4. Murray, G ‘Bill Robinson: the new fractionation of the ruling class’, Edited Review: Global capitalism theory and the emergence of transnational elites, Critical Sociology, USA. May, 38: 381-387, 2012.
  5. Murray, G. Australia Has a Transnational Capitalist Class? Perspectives on Global Development and Technology. Brill, Netherlands, 8 (164-188), 2009.
  6. Murray, G. Capitalist Networks and Social Power in Australia and New Zealand, Burlington, Aldershot, Ashgate, (Corporate Social Responsibility Series, Professor David Crowther, editor) 2006.
  7. Murray, G. (Ed) Corporate Power in the Pacific Rim, Current Sociology, (Trend Report v. 43, n. 1, 161 pages), London, Sage, pp. 1-12 and conclusion, pp.134-148, 1995.
  8. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. ‘Plutonomy and the one per cent’, in Susan Schroeder & Lynne Chester (eds), Challenging the Orthodoxy: Reflections on Frank Stilwell’s Contribution to Political Economy, Springer, Sydney, 2013.
  9. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. ‘Finance Capital and global corporate ownership’ in Murray, G. & Scott, J. G. [eds.] Financial elites and transnational business: Who Rules the World? Cheltenham Edward Elgar, pp. 38-69, 2012.
  10. Murray, G. ‘Australia’s ruling class: a local elite a transnational capitalist class or bits of both?’ in Murray, G. & Scott, J. [eds.]
  11. Financial elites and transnational business: Who Rules the World? Cheltenham Edward Elgar, pp. 217-249, 2012.
  12. Murray, G. ‘Corporate Futures and the Consequences from the top end of town’ in Murray, G. & Scott, J. (eds) Financial elites and transnational business: Who Rules the World? Cheltenham Edward Elgar, pp. 280-305, 2012.
  13. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. ‘Elite and popular workplace ideology down under and the shift to individualism’ in Christian Aziz [ed.] Labour and employment in a globalising world: autonomy, collectives and political dilemmas, PEI Peter Lang, Brussels, pp. 229-247, 2010.
  14. Hutchings, K. & Murray, G. ‘Family, Face and Favours: Do Australians Adjust to accepted Business Conventions in China?’
  15. Singapore Management Review, v.25, n.2, pp. 25-50, 2003.
  16. Hutchings, K. & Murray, G. ‘Working with Guanxi: An Assessment of the Impact of Globalisation on Business Networking in China’, Creativity and Innovation Management, Blackwell, Oxford, v.11, n.3 pp.1-8, 2002.
  17. Hutchings, K. & Murray, G. ‘Australian Expatriates’ experiences in working behind the Bamboo Curtain: An Examination of Guanxi in post-Communist China’, Asian Business and Management, Palgrave McMillan, North America, v.1: pp. 373-393, 2002.
  18. Murray, G. & Hutchings, K. ‘Challenging the Chinese Managerial Paradigm: Global relations over-ride the traditional market model’, Innovation: Management, Policy and Practice, the international journal for innovation research, commercialisation, policy analysis and best practice, Maleny, v.4, n.1-3, 2002.
  19. Murray, G. ‘Interlocks or Ownership: New Zealand Boardroom Power’, New Zealand Sociology, v. 16, n.1, pp. 176-201, 2001.
  20. Murray, G. ‘Interlocking Directorates: What do they tell us about Corporate Power in Australia?’ Journal of Australian Political Economy, June, n. 47, pp. 5-27, Reprinted as Corporate Locking Horns, Workers Online, 27 July, Issue 104, 2001.
  21. Murray, G. ‘Global ‘Who-Can-I-Kill-Today?’ Capitalism: Top Business in the 90s’, Social Alternatives, January, v. 15, n. 1, pp. 26-30, 1996.
  22. Murray, G. ‘The Intellectual Dynamics of the New Capitalism, a Review Article’, in Social Alternatives, v.15, n. 3/4, pp. 61-64, 1996.
  23. Murray, G. & Bierling, J. ‘The Rich Countries: Australia, New Zealand and Japan, The Emerging Powers’, Current Sociology, Trend Report, London, Sage, v. 43, n. 1, Summer, pp. 65 – 96, 1995.
  24. Alexander, M, Murray, G. & Houghton, J. ‘Business Power in Australia – the Concentration of Directorship Holdings amongst the top 250 Corporates’ Australian Journal of Political Science, v.29 n.1: pp. 40-61, 1994.
  25. Alexander, M. & Murray, G. ‘Interlocking Directorates in the Top 250 Australian Companies: comment on Carroll, Stening and Stening’, Companies and Securities Law Journal, v. 10, n. 6, pp.385-395, 1992.
  26. Murray, G. & Crothers, C. ‘Corporate Decision-Making: Some New Zealand Survey Evidence’, n. 16, pp.75-90, Critical Sociology, December 1989.
  27. Murray, G. ‘New Zealand Corporate Class Networks’, New Zealand Sociology n. 4, pp.115-163, 1989.

Work

  1. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. You get really old quick: involuntary long hours in the mining industry, Special Edition. Journal of Industrial Relations, 53 (1), 13-30.
  2. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. Women of the Coal Rushes, UNSW Press, Sydney, 2010.
  3. Murray, G. Capital in Crisis: implications for work and society, Special Edition. Labour and Industry, 20, (5), 243-249. 2010.
  4. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. ‘Black gold, white nights and big girls’ toys’, in Money Sex Power, Griffith Review, November, edition 22, 2008.
  5. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. ‘Individualisation at the Coal Face’, Just Labour, Canadian Journal of Work and Society, Special Edition, v. 6 & 7, Autumn, pp. 55-71, 2005.

Sustainability

Peetz, D. & Murray, G., ‘Financialization of corporate ownership and implications for the potential for climate action’, in Suzanne Young & Stephen Gates (eds), Institutional Investors’ Power to Change Corporate Behavior: International Perspectives, Critical Studies on Corporate Responsibility, Governance and Sustainability, Vol. 5, Emerald, Bingley UK, 2013, 99-125.

Sociology of law

  1. Murray, G. ‘The New Zealand Legal Profession: from Colonial GPs to the Servants of Capital?’ in R. Abel & P. Lewis, [eds.] Lawyers in Society: A Comparative Approach, v. 1, University of California Press, Los Angeles, pp.318-344, 1988, reprinted Beard Books, 2006.
  2. Murray, G. ‘New Zealand Women Lawyers at the End of the Twentieth Century in New Zealand’, in A Challenge to Law and Lawyers: Women in the Legal Profession, [eds.] Grisela Shaw and Ulrike Schultz, Hart Publishing, Oxford. pp. 123-136, 2003.
  3. Murray, G. ‘The State of the Sociology of Law in New Zealand’ in Developing Sociology of Law V. Ferrari [ed.] Giuffre, Milano, University of Bologna Press, pp.571-592, 1990.
  4. Murray, G. ‘The New Zealand Woman Lawyer: some questions about the politics of equality’, International Journal of Sociology of Law, December, 15(4), pp.439-457, Academic Press, London, 1987.

Citizenship

  1. Murray, G. Who is afraid of T.H. Marshall? Or what are the limits of the liberal vision of rights? Societies without Borders, 2 (2), 222-242, 2007.
  2. Murray, G. Conflict between liberal economic ideology and citizenship at work’, Special Edition, Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, v. 60, n 4, pp.792-816, 2005.
  3. Murray, G. He Aha Mea Nui O Te Ao? Tangata, Tangata, Tangata (trans. What is the Most Important Matter in the World?’ People, People, People.) Invited contribution, New Zealand Sociology, v. 14, November, pp. 241-248 1999.
  4. Murray, G. ‘Why New Zealand cannot not afford a Welfare State’, Pacific Basin Review, v. 5, n.2, 1-3, 1993.

South Africa

  1. Murray, G. ‘Black Empowerment: a tripartite engagement with capitalism’ in Rethinking the Labour Movement in the ‘New South Africa’ [eds.] Franco Barchiesi & Tom Bramble, Series: The Making of Modern Africa, Ashgate Publishers, Aldershot, London pp.81-95, 2003.
  2. Murray, G. ‘Black Empowerment in South Africa – a Corporate Black Wash’, Critical Sociology, v. 26, n. 3, pp.183-204, 2001.

New Zealand

  1. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. ‘Elite and popular workplace ideology down under and the shift to individualism’ in Christian Aziz [ed.] Labour and employment in a globalising world: autonomy, collectives and political dilemmas, PEI Peter Lang, Brussels, pp. 229-247, 2010.
  2. Murray, G. ‘The New Zealand Legal Profession: from Colonial GPs to the Servants of Capital?’ in R. Abel & P. Lewis, [eds.] Lawyers in Society: A Comparative Approach, v. 1, University of California Press, Los Angeles, pp.318-344, 1988, reprinted Beard Books, 2006.
  3. Murray, G. ‘New Zealand Women Lawyers at the End of the Twentieth Century in New Zealand’, in A Challenge to Law and Lawyers: Women in the Legal Profession, [eds.] Grisela Shaw and Ulrike Schultz, Hart Publishing, Oxford. pp. 123-136, 2003.
  4. Murray, G. ‘The State of the Sociology of Law in New Zealand’ in Developing Sociology of Law V. Ferrari [ed.] Giuffre, Milano, University of Bologna Press, pp.571-592, 1990.
  5. Murray, G. ‘Interlocks or Ownership: New Zealand Boardroom Power’, New Zealand Sociology, v. 16, n.1, pp. 176-201, 2001.
  6. Murray, G. & Bierling, J. ‘The Rich Countries: Australia, New Zealand and Japan, The Emerging Powers’, Current Sociology, Trend Report, London, Sage, v. 43, n. 1, Summer, pp. 65 – 96, 1995.
  7. Murray, G. & Crothers, C. ‘Corporate Decision-Making: Some New Zealand Survey Evidence’, n. 16, pp.75-90, Critical Sociology, December 1989.
  8. Murray, G. ‘New Zealand Corporate Class Networks’, New Zealand Sociology n. 4, pp.115-163, 1989.
  9. Murray, G. ‘The New Zealand Woman Lawyer: some questions about the politics of equality’, International Journal of Sociology of Law, December, 15(4), pp.439-457, Academic Press, London, 1987.

Australia

  1. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. Restructuring of Corporate Ownership in Australia through the Global Financial Crisis, Journal of Australian Political Economy, (I. 71), winter, pp. 76-105, 2013.
  2. Murray, G. ‘Australia’s ruling class: a local elite a transnational capitalist class or bits of both?’ in Murray, G. & Scott, J. [eds.] Financial elites and transnational business: Who Rules the World? Cheltenham Edward Elgar, pp. 217-249, 2012.
  3. Murray, G. & Chesters, J. Economic wealth and political power in Australia: 1788-2010, Journal of Labour History, volume 103, (Issue 2), pp.1-16, November 2012.
  4. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. You get really old quick: involuntary long hours in the mining industry, Special Edition. Journal of Industrial Relations, 53 (1), 2011, 13-30.
  5. Murray, G. & Peetz, D. ‘Elite and popular workplace ideology down under and the shift to individualism’ in Christian Aziz [ed.] Labour and employment in a globalising world: autonomy, collectives and political dilemmas, PEI Peter Lang, Brussels, pp. 229-247, 2010.
  6. Murray, G. Australia Has a Transnational Capitalist Class? Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, 8 (164-188), 2009.
  7. Peetz, D. & Murray, G. ‘Individualisation at the Coal Face’, Just Labour, Canadian Journal of Work and Society, Special Edition, v. 6 & 7, Autumn, pp. 55-71, 2005.
  8. Murray, G. Capitalist Networks and Social Power in Australia and New Zealand, Burlington, Aldershot, Ashgate, (Corporate Social Responsibility Series, Professor David Crowther, editor) 2006.
  9. Hutchings, K. & Murray, G. ‘Australian Expatriates’ experiences in working behind the Bamboo Curtain: An Examination of Guanxi in post-Communist China’, Asian Business and Management, Palgrave McMillan, North America, v.1: pp. 373-393, 2002.
  10. Murray, G. & Bierling, J. ‘The Rich Countries: Australia, New Zealand and Japan, The Emerging Powers’, Current Sociology, Trend Report, London, Sage, v. 43, n. 1, Summer, pp. 65 – 96, 1995.
  11. Murray, G. ‘Interlocking Directorates: What do they tell us about Corporate Power in Australia?’ Journal of Australian Political Economy, June, n. 47, pp. 5-27, Reprinted as Corporate Locking Horns, Workers Online, 27 July, Issue 104, 2001.
  12. Alexander, M. & Murray, G. ‘Interlocking Directorates in the Top 250 Australian Companies: comment on Carroll, Stening and Stening’, Companies and Securities Law Journal, v. 10, n. 6, pp.385-395, 1992.

China

  1. Hutchings, K. & Murray, G. ‘Family, Face and Favours: Do Australians Adjust to accepted Business Conventions in China?’ Singapore Management Review, v.25, n.2, pp. 25-50, 2003.
  2. Hutchings, K. & Murray, G. ‘Working with Guanxi: An Assessment of the Impact of Globalisation on Business Networking in China’, Creativity and Innovation Management, Blackwell, Oxford, v.11, n.3 pp.1-8, 2002.
  3. Hutchings, K. & Murray, G. ‘Australian Expatriates’ experiences in working behind the Bamboo Curtain: An Examination of Guanxi in post-Communist China’, Asian Business and Management, Palgrave McMillan, North America, v.1: pp. 373-393, 2002.
  4. Murray, G. & Hutchings, K. ‘Challenging the Chinese Managerial Paradigm: Global relations over-ride the traditional market model’, Innovation: Management, Policy and Practice, the international journal for innovation research, commercialisation, policy analysis and best practice, Maleny, v.4, n.1-3, 2002.