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Josef Korbel School of International Studies

George DeMartino | Professor and Co-Director, MA in Global, Finance, Trade and Economic Integration

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George DeMartino, Professor

 Josef Korbel School professor George DeMartinoEmail: gdemarti@du.edu

Phone: 303-871-3089

Office: 1161 Sie International Relations Complex
Josef Korbel School of International Studies
University of Denver
2201 South Gaylord Street
Denver , CO 80208

**On sabbatical Fall 2016**

Website: https://portfolio.du.edu/gdemarti

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Education

  • PhD, University of Massachusetts
  • MA, Warwick University
  • BA, Harvard University

Research and Expertise

Professional economic ethics, ethical foundations of economics, political economy, international economic integration, and industrial relations.

Professional Profile

  • Professor, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver (2010-present), Associate Dean of Graduate Studies (2003-2007), Associate Professor (2000-2010), Assistant Professor (1994-2000)
  • Member, World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on "Values in Decision-Making," (2011-2012)
  • Assistant Professor, Dickinson College (1992-1993)
  • Faculty, International Institute of Public Policy/Sophomore Summer Policy Institute, Spelman College (2006-2007)
  • Faculty, Scripps Howard Institute on the Environment, Univeristy of Colorado Center for Environmental Journalism (2002-2005)
  • Faculty, International Career Advancement Program, Aspen Institute (1997-Present)
  • Visiting Faculty, Woodrow Wilson Summer Institute on Public Policy and International Affairs, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, School of Public Policy (1996-1997)
  • Consultant, Denver Mayor's Office of Economic Development and the Pacific Council on International Policy (2003-2004)
  • Staff Representative, Council #4, American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), AFL-CIO (1978-1985)

Recent Publications

DeMartino, G. F. and D. N. McCloskey, eds. 2016 The Oxford Handbook of Professional Economic Ethics. Oxford University Press.

DeMartino, G. F. 2016. "The Economist's Oath: On Economic Agency, Economic Theory, Pluralism, and Econogenic Harm," contribution to symposium on The Economist's Oath. Rethinking Marxism, 28 (1): 47-56.

DeMartino, G. F., J. Moyer, and K. Watkins. 2016. "Achieving Ethical Trade through a Social Tariff Regime: A Policy Thought Experiment" Cambridge Journal of Economics 40: 69-92. doi:10.1093/cje/beu066.

DeMartino, G. F. 2016. "'Econogenic Harm': On the Nature of and Responsibility for the Harm Economists Do as They Try to Do Good" in The Oxford Handbook of Professional Economic Ethics, G. DeMartino and D. N. McCloskey, eds. Oxford University Press.

DeMartino, G. F. and D. N. McCloskey. 2016. "Editors' Introduction, Or Why this Handbook?" in The Oxford Handbook of Professional Economic Ethics. G. DeMartino and D. N. McCloskey, eds. Oxford University Press.

DeMartino, G. F. 2015"Harming Irreparably: On Neoliberalism, Kaldor-Hicks, and the Paretian Guarantee," Review of Social Economy. 73 (4): 315-340.

DeMartino, G. F. 2015. "Contesting the 'Globalization Thesis': An Ethical Imperative," in J. Davis and W. Dolfsma, editors, Elgar Companion to Social Economics—Second Edition, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.

DeMartino, G. F. 2015. "Conflict of Interest in Economics: Will Journalists Aid the Cause?" in Money Talks, eds. Graham Murdock and Jostein Gripsrud. University of Chicago Press.

DeMartino, G.f. 2013. "Ethical Engagement in a World Beyond Control," Rethinking Marxism, 25 (4), 483-500.

DeMartino, G. (2013). Epistemic aspects of economic practice and the need for professional economic ethics. Review of Social Economy, 71(2), 166-186.

DeMartino, G. (2013). Professional economic ethics: The Posnerian and naïve perspectives. Journal of Forensic Economics, 24(1), 3-18.

DeMartino, G. (2013). Professional economic ethics: Why heterodox economists should care. Economic Thought, 2(1). Retrieved from: http://et.worldeconomicsassociation.org/article/view/67.

DeMartino, G. (2013). Ethical engagement in a world beyond control. Rethinking Marxism, 25(4), 483-500.

DeMartino, G. (2011). The Economist's Oath: On the Need for and Content of Professional Economic Ethics. New York: Oxford University Press.

DeMartino, G. (2010). Economics and justice. In Free, R. (Ed.), 21st Century Economics: A Reference Handbook Volume 2 (pp. 525-532). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Courses

  • INTS 3701: Topics-Professional Ethics & International Affairs
  • INTS 3701: Topics-The Ethical Foundations of Economics
  • INTS 4310: International Trade
  • INTS 4372: Great Books in Political Economy
  • INTS 4374: The Normative Foundations of Global Economic Policy Making
  • INTS 4436: Professional Ethics & International Affairs