Returned to research and teaching on the economy after it crashed in 2008, having (mis)spent years as an emerging-markets analyst, consultant and business journalist. Lucky enough to have been taught economics when capital controversies were still on the curriculum and rationality of expectations was open to debate.
Macro-economics and accounting; power and elites; Chinese multinational business; status and transfer of (economic) knowledge.
Wynne Godley: A Biography, Palgrave 2019
The New Power Elite, Anthem Press 2018 (with Aneira J Edmunds and Bryan S Turner)
Capitalism Without Capital: Accounting for the Crash, Palgrave 2015
Knowledge Monopolies: The Academisation of Society, Imprint Academic 2006 (with Marten Shipman)
The Globalization Myth, Icon Books, 2002
Andreoni A., Chang H-J., Konzelmann S. & Shipman A. (2018) Introduction to the Special Issue: Towards a production-centred agenda, Cambridge Journal of Economics 42(6) 1495-1504.
Rui H., Zhang M. & Shipman A. (2017) Chinese expatriate management in emerging markets: a competitive advantage perspective, Journal of International Management 23(2) 124-138
Rui H, Zhang M & Shipman A (2016) Relevant knowledge and recipient ownership: Chinese MNCs’ knowledge transfer in Africa, Journal of World Business 51(5) 713-728
Mazzucato M & Shipman A (2014) Accounting for productive investment and value creation, Industrial and Corporate Change 23(1) 1-27
Gleadle P, Parris S, Shipman A & and Simonetti R (2013) Restructuring and innovation in pharmaceuticals and biotechs: the impact of financialisation, Critical Perspectives on Accounting 25(1), 2013, 67-77
Baert P & Shipman A (2005) University under siege? European Societies 7(1), 2005, 157-85
Shipman A (2004) Lauding the leisure class: symbolic content and conspicuous consumption, Review of Social Economy 63(2), 277-289.
Nolan P, Rui H & Shipman A (2004) Coal liquefaction, Shenhua Group and China’s energy security, European Management Journal 22(2), 2004, 150-164
Shipman A (2003) Pragmatism, realism and the economist/economy divide, Foundations of Science 8(1), 23-50.
A repository of research publications and other research outputs can be viewed at The Open University's Open Research Online.
Editorial board, Cambridge Journal of Economics
|Financial Capabilities Research Group||Group||The Faculty of Business and Law|
|Financial History Group||Group||The Faculty of Business and Law|