Gareth G Morgan had held academic appointments at Sheffield Hallam University since 1995 and was appointed Professor of Charity Studies in 2007. * He leads the inter-faculty Centre for Voluntary Sector Research - www.shu.ac.uk/cvsr - and is head of the core theme Ethical Organisations in the Sheffield Business School Research Institute. * He has extensive experience in voluntary and third sector research, and has held major roles in the Voluntary Sector Studies Network (UK) and the International Society for Third Sector Research. * Professor Morgan has led research projects for bodies such as the Charity Commission, ChangeUp (a Cabinet Office programme) and the CCAB as well as various individual charities and umbrella bodies. * His own specialisation is charity accounting and regulation and he has published a wide range of papers in peer-reviewed journals as summarised below and is a frequent speaker at conferences and events. * He has supervised a wide range of doctoral students working on charity or third sector studies.
- 2015: Fellow - Higher Education Academy, Other, United Kingdom
- 2012: PGDip , Other, United Kingdom
- 2001: PGDip with Honours, Other, United Kingdom
- 1992: PhD Social Sciences, University of the West of England, United Kingdom
- 1982: BA Theology (with Behavioural Science), University of Bristol, United Kingdom
- 1981: MA Computer Science (with Maths & Physics), University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Member of professional body
- 2015: , Higher Education Academy (HEA)
Sheffield Business School
Cordery, C.J., Crawford, L., Breen, O.B., & Morgan, G.G. (2018). International practices, beliefs and values in not-for-profit financial reporting. Accounting Forum. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.accfor.2018.05.001
Morgan, G. (2014). Forensic examination: The independent examination regime. Is it fit for purpose? Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Non-Profit Organization, 18-19
Morgan, G. (2014). Going global: the appetite for a global charity reporting standard. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Non-Profit Organization, 42
Morgan, G. (2013). The Cup Trust case lessons for all? Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Non-Profit Organization, 102
Morgan, G.G., & Fletcher, N.J. (2013). Mandatory public benefit reporting as a basis for charity accountability: findings from England & Wales. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 24 (3), 805-830. http://doi.org/10.1007/s11266-013-9372-7
Morgan, G. (2012). Public Benefit and Charitable Status: Assessing a 20 year process of reforming the primary legal framework for voluntary activity in the UK. Voluntary Sector Review, 3, 69-93
Morgan, G. (2010). The IFRS Convergence Agenda: What it means for Charities. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Non-Profit Organization, 0
Morgan, G. (2010). Accounting for Charities: Issues for Charities emerging from the UK's Emergency Budget. The International Journal of Accounting, 55, 16-19
Morgan, G. (2010). Small Charity Financial Reporting: An Assessment of the Receipts and Payments Basis. In British Accounting Association Special Interest Group in Accounting Education Annual Conference (SIG), 0.
Morgan, G.G., & Tressider, R. (2015). Contemporary Wine Studies : Dancing with Bacchus. Abingdon, UK: Routledge: https://www.routledge.com/Contemporary-Wine-Studies-Dancing-with-Bacchus/Morgan-Tresidder/p/book/9781138784451
Baker, L., Harris, M., Moran, R., & Morgan, G.G. (2012). The impact of the public benefit requirement in the Charities Act 2006: Perceptions, knowledge and experience. Liverpool, UK: Charity Commission. http://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/Library/guidance/rs27text.pdf
Theses / Dissertations
East, S.A. (2013). Flexible working in charitable organisations: An exploration of barriers and opportunities. (Doctoral thesis) Supervised by Morgan, G., & Doherty, L.
Coule, T.M. (2008). Sustainability in voluntary organisations : Exploring the dynamics of organisational strategy. (Doctoral thesis) Supervised by Morgan, G., & Garvey, R.
Morgan, G. (2013). Fifteen years of voluntary sector research.
Competitve Research Award
- 2017: ESRC Festival of Social Science, ESRC Festival of Social Science, United Kingdom
- 2014: International Financial Reporting for the non-profit sector, Consultative Committee for Accounting Bodies (CCAB), United Kingdom