Dr Joy Murray

A28 - Physics Building
The University of Sydney

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Biographical details

Joy Murray is Senior Research Fellow at Integrated Sustainability Analysis (ISA) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney. In a previous life she was the New South Wales manager of the state governmentÕs IT training strategy for teachers. Her PhD from Wollongong University centered on teacher learning.

Research interests

She joined ISA in 2003 as manager of a two-year action research project working with representatives from business and industry, government and non-government organisations to develop a user-friendly software tool driven by the ISA TBL methodology. Joy is also working with residents of government housing estates in Eastern Sydney on a project to build leadership capacity.

Selected grants

2014

  • Social Footprints Laboratory: Enabling analysis of the social consequences of global trade; Murray M; International Social Science Council/Research Grant.

2011

  • The development and pilot of the Sustainability Advantage Measure to manage workshop and tool; Murray M, Dey C; Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (NSW)/Research Support.

2004

  • Development and pilot of sustainability reporting for organisations.; Bilek M, Lenzen M, Murray M; Environmental Trust/Research Grant.

Selected publications

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Edited Books

  • Murray, M., Lenzen, M. (2013). The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis. Champaign, Illinois, USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Murray, M., Cawthorne, G., Dey, C., Andrew, C. (2012). Enough For All Forever: A Handbook For Learning About Sustainability. Champaign, Illinois: Common Ground Publishing.

Book Chapters

  • Dey, C., Harrison, S., Lenzen, M., Murray, M. (2013). An Enterprise MRIO for a University. In Joy Murray and Manfred Lenzen (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 104-112). Champaign, Illinois, USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Kanemoto, K., Murray, M. (2013). What is MRIO: Benefits and Limitations. In Joy Murray and Manfred Lenzen (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 1-9). Champaign, Illinois, USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Murray, M. (2012). Cybernetic Principles of Learning. In N. M. Seel (Eds.), Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning, (pp. 1-6). New York: Springer.
  • Dickson, A., Dey, C., Murray, M. (2010). 'BottomLine3' - The University of Sydney ISA Software Tool. In Joy Murray and Richard Wood (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 153-161). Champaigne, Illinois USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Murray, M., Wood, R., Lenzen, M. (2010). Input-Output Analysis - Strengths and Limitations. In Joy Murray and Richard Wood (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 23-36). Champaigne, Illinois USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Murray, M., Lenzen, M. (2010). Introduction to Input-Output Analysis. In Joy Murray and Richard Wood (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 3-22). Champaigne, Illinois USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Murray, M., Lenzen, M. (2010). The Input-Output Game. In Joy Murray and Richard Wood (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 197-211). Champaigne, Illinois USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Murray, M., Lenzen, M. (2010). We're all in this {Supply Chain} Together. In Joy Murray and Richard Wood (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 189-196). Champaigne, Illinois USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Murray, M. (2009). The Leadership Program. In Joy Murray,Jodi-Lee Rash, Rej Creaton, Peter Cooley & Donna McClelland (Eds.), Views from the inside: participant perspectives on community leadership, (pp. 51-60). Champaign, IL 61820 USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Murray, M. (2009). Theoretical Framework. In Joy Murray,Jodi-Lee Rash, Rej Creaton, Peter Cooley & Donna McClelland (Eds.), Views from the inside: participant perspectives on community leadership, (pp. 61-72). Champaign, IL 61820 USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Turbill, J., Murray, M. (2006). Early Literacy and New Technology in Australian Schools: Policy, Research and Practice. In Michael C. McKenna, Linda D. Labbo, Ronald D. Kieffer, David Reinking (Eds.), International Handbook of Literacy and Technology, Volume II, (pp. 93-108). UK: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Journals

  • Lenzen, M., Geschke, A., Wiedmann, T., Lane, J., Anderson, N., Baynes, T., Boland, J., Daniels, P., Dey, C., Fry, J., Malik, A., Murray, M., et al (2014). Compiling and using input-output frameworks through collaborative virtual laboratories. Science of the Total Environment, 485-486(1), 241-251. [More Information]
  • Lenzen, M., Krishnapillai, M., Talagi, D., Quintal, J., Quintal, D., Grant, R., Abraham, S., Ehmes, C., Murray, M. (2014). Cultural and socio-economic determinants of energy consumption on small remote islands. Natural Resources Forum, 38(1), 27-46. [More Information]
  • Murray, M., Lenzen, M., Murray, J. (2014). Forest carbon - Questions of indigenous rights and market forces. Environmental Justice, 7(2), 33-38. [More Information]
  • Alsamawi, A., Murray, M. (2013). Hybrid Economic-Environmental Accounts, by Valeria Costantini, Massimiliano Mazzanti and Anna Montini. Abingdon, Oxon, UK: Taylor and Francis, 2011, 256 pp., ISBN 0415594219, 9780415594219, $150.00, hardback. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 17(3), 482–483-482–483. [More Information]
  • Murray, M., McClelland, D., Rash, J., Creaton, R. (2013). Stakeholder Voices: Exploring Responsibility, Trust and Sustainable Outcomes in a Community Leadership Program. ALARj: Action Learning and Action Research Journal, 18(2), 160-183.
  • Liu, C., Lenzen, M., Murray, M. (2012). A disaggregated emissions inventory for Taiwan with uses in hybrid input-output life cycle analysis (IO-LCA). Natural Resources Forum, 36(2), 123-141. [More Information]
  • Lan, J., Lenzen, M., Dietzenbacher, E., Moran, D., Kanemoto, K., Murray, M., Geschke, A. (2012). Structural Change and the Environment: A Case Study of China's Production Recipe and Carbon Dioxide Emissions. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 16(4), 623-635. [More Information]
  • Lenzen, M., Murray, M. (2011). Accounting for Carbon Flows: Comparing the Principles of the UNFCCC and the SEEA. Society and Natural Resources, 24(11), 1216-1227. [More Information]
  • Murray, M., Wiedmann, T., Dey, C. (2011). Comment on Corporate Carbon Performance Indicators Revisited. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 15(1), 158-163.
  • Lenzen, M., Murray, M. (2010). Conceptualising environmental responsibility. Ecological Economics, 70(2), 261-270. [More Information]
  • Murray, M., Dey, C. (2009). The carbon neutral free for all. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 3(2), 237-248. [More Information]
  • Anny Huang, Y., Lenzen, M., Weber, C., Murray, M., Matthews, H. (2009). The role of input-output analysis for the screening of corporate carbon footprints. Economic Systems Research, 21(3), 217-242.
  • Murray, M. (2009). The wider social benefits of higher education: What do we know about them? Australian Journal of Education, 53(3), 230-244.
  • Lenzen, M., Murray, M., Sack, F., Wiedmann, T. (2007). Shared producer and consumer responsibility - Theory and practice. Ecological Economics, 61(1), 27-42. [More Information]
  • Murray, M., Dey, C., Lenzen, M. (2007). Systems for Social Sustainability: Global Connectedness and the Tuvalu Test. Journal of Sociocybernetics, 5(1/2), 34-56.
  • Murray, M. (2006). Cybernetic Circularity in Teaching and Learning. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 18(3), 215-221.
  • Murray, M. (2003). Wellness and Wisdom: Is it all a matter of Learning? Teaching and Learning, 17(3), 145-154.
  • Lenzen, M., Dey, C., Murray, M. (2002). A personal approach to teaching about climate change. Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 18, 35-45.
  • Murray, M. (2002). The Placebo Effect in Teaching and Learning. Cybernetics and Human Knowing, 9(3-4), 101-115.

2014

  • Lenzen, M., Geschke, A., Wiedmann, T., Lane, J., Anderson, N., Baynes, T., Boland, J., Daniels, P., Dey, C., Fry, J., Malik, A., Murray, M., et al (2014). Compiling and using input-output frameworks through collaborative virtual laboratories. Science of the Total Environment, 485-486(1), 241-251. [More Information]
  • Lenzen, M., Krishnapillai, M., Talagi, D., Quintal, J., Quintal, D., Grant, R., Abraham, S., Ehmes, C., Murray, M. (2014). Cultural and socio-economic determinants of energy consumption on small remote islands. Natural Resources Forum, 38(1), 27-46. [More Information]
  • Murray, M., Lenzen, M., Murray, J. (2014). Forest carbon - Questions of indigenous rights and market forces. Environmental Justice, 7(2), 33-38. [More Information]

2013

  • Dey, C., Harrison, S., Lenzen, M., Murray, M. (2013). An Enterprise MRIO for a University. In Joy Murray and Manfred Lenzen (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 104-112). Champaign, Illinois, USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Alsamawi, A., Murray, M. (2013). Hybrid Economic-Environmental Accounts, by Valeria Costantini, Massimiliano Mazzanti and Anna Montini. Abingdon, Oxon, UK: Taylor and Francis, 2011, 256 pp., ISBN 0415594219, 9780415594219, $150.00, hardback. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 17(3), 482–483-482–483. [More Information]
  • Murray, M., McClelland, D., Rash, J., Creaton, R. (2013). Stakeholder Voices: Exploring Responsibility, Trust and Sustainable Outcomes in a Community Leadership Program. ALARj: Action Learning and Action Research Journal, 18(2), 160-183.
  • Murray, M., Lenzen, M. (2013). The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis. Champaign, Illinois, USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Kanemoto, K., Murray, M. (2013). What is MRIO: Benefits and Limitations. In Joy Murray and Manfred Lenzen (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 1-9). Champaign, Illinois, USA: Common Ground Publishing.

2012

  • Liu, C., Lenzen, M., Murray, M. (2012). A disaggregated emissions inventory for Taiwan with uses in hybrid input-output life cycle analysis (IO-LCA). Natural Resources Forum, 36(2), 123-141. [More Information]
  • Murray, M. (2012). Cybernetic Principles of Learning. In N. M. Seel (Eds.), Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning, (pp. 1-6). New York: Springer.
  • Murray, M., Cawthorne, G., Dey, C., Andrew, C. (2012). Enough For All Forever: A Handbook For Learning About Sustainability. Champaign, Illinois: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Lan, J., Lenzen, M., Dietzenbacher, E., Moran, D., Kanemoto, K., Murray, M., Geschke, A. (2012). Structural Change and the Environment: A Case Study of China's Production Recipe and Carbon Dioxide Emissions. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 16(4), 623-635. [More Information]

2011

  • Lenzen, M., Murray, M. (2011). Accounting for Carbon Flows: Comparing the Principles of the UNFCCC and the SEEA. Society and Natural Resources, 24(11), 1216-1227. [More Information]
  • Murray, M., Wiedmann, T., Dey, C. (2011). Comment on Corporate Carbon Performance Indicators Revisited. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 15(1), 158-163.

2010

  • Dickson, A., Dey, C., Murray, M. (2010). 'BottomLine3' - The University of Sydney ISA Software Tool. In Joy Murray and Richard Wood (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 153-161). Champaigne, Illinois USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Lenzen, M., Murray, M. (2010). Conceptualising environmental responsibility. Ecological Economics, 70(2), 261-270. [More Information]
  • Murray, M., Wood, R., Lenzen, M. (2010). Input-Output Analysis - Strengths and Limitations. In Joy Murray and Richard Wood (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 23-36). Champaigne, Illinois USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Murray, M., Lenzen, M. (2010). Introduction to Input-Output Analysis. In Joy Murray and Richard Wood (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 3-22). Champaigne, Illinois USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Murray, M., Lenzen, M. (2010). The Input-Output Game. In Joy Murray and Richard Wood (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 197-211). Champaigne, Illinois USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Murray, M., Lenzen, M. (2010). We're all in this {Supply Chain} Together. In Joy Murray and Richard Wood (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 189-196). Champaigne, Illinois USA: Common Ground Publishing.

2009

  • Murray, M., Dey, C. (2009). The carbon neutral free for all. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 3(2), 237-248. [More Information]
  • Murray, M. (2009). The Leadership Program. In Joy Murray,Jodi-Lee Rash, Rej Creaton, Peter Cooley & Donna McClelland (Eds.), Views from the inside: participant perspectives on community leadership, (pp. 51-60). Champaign, IL 61820 USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Anny Huang, Y., Lenzen, M., Weber, C., Murray, M., Matthews, H. (2009). The role of input-output analysis for the screening of corporate carbon footprints. Economic Systems Research, 21(3), 217-242.
  • Murray, M. (2009). The wider social benefits of higher education: What do we know about them? Australian Journal of Education, 53(3), 230-244.
  • Murray, M. (2009). Theoretical Framework. In Joy Murray,Jodi-Lee Rash, Rej Creaton, Peter Cooley & Donna McClelland (Eds.), Views from the inside: participant perspectives on community leadership, (pp. 61-72). Champaign, IL 61820 USA: Common Ground Publishing.

2007

  • Lenzen, M., Murray, M., Sack, F., Wiedmann, T. (2007). Shared producer and consumer responsibility - Theory and practice. Ecological Economics, 61(1), 27-42. [More Information]
  • Murray, M., Dey, C., Lenzen, M. (2007). Systems for Social Sustainability: Global Connectedness and the Tuvalu Test. Journal of Sociocybernetics, 5(1/2), 34-56.

2006

  • Murray, M. (2006). Cybernetic Circularity in Teaching and Learning. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 18(3), 215-221.
  • Turbill, J., Murray, M. (2006). Early Literacy and New Technology in Australian Schools: Policy, Research and Practice. In Michael C. McKenna, Linda D. Labbo, Ronald D. Kieffer, David Reinking (Eds.), International Handbook of Literacy and Technology, Volume II, (pp. 93-108). UK: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

2003

  • Murray, M. (2003). Wellness and Wisdom: Is it all a matter of Learning? Teaching and Learning, 17(3), 145-154.

2002

  • Lenzen, M., Dey, C., Murray, M. (2002). A personal approach to teaching about climate change. Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 18, 35-45.
  • Murray, M. (2002). The Placebo Effect in Teaching and Learning. Cybernetics and Human Knowing, 9(3-4), 101-115.

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