*THE WHOLE WORLD
*TAUGHT AND RESEARCHED IN ALL UNIVERSITIES WHICH HAVE A LINGUISTICS DEPARTMENT
Extensive linguistic research requires a rich academic infrastructure which less economically developed countries are unable to offer. Rich academic infrastructure means that the set of UK-wide reference points for assuring standards and quality in higher education is of a high standard.
All the time, there are morphology conferences (formal meetings to which people can attend) and talks going on across the world in which linguists present their research which is then discussed amongst other linguists and researchers. Examples of talks on morphology  that have recently taken place are:
- Al-Sayyid: A language blooms in the desert
By Mark Aronoff at Stony Brook University, New York USA
- On putative morphology-phonetics interactions
By Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero at The University of Manchester, England
- Experiments in Morphological Evolution
By Richard Sprout at The Oregon Health and Science University, USA
- Has politeness a (morphosyntactic) future?
By Greville Corbett at The University of Surrey, England
 Stony Brook – Department of Linguistics (2007) [online]. Available at: http://semlab1.sbs.sunysb.edu/tags/morphology [Accessed 10.05.2013].