George F. DeMartino is an economist who researches  the ethical foundations of economic theory, policy, and professional economic practice. Other research interests include the global political economy, industrial relations, and theories of political economy.

Professor DeMartino is a professor of international economics at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies of the University of Denver, where he teaches courses on international trade, the normative foundations of global economic policymaking, theories of political economy, and professional ethics in international affairs. He also is a co-founder and co-director of the MA Program in Global Economic Affairs.

Professor DeMartino is a Past President of the Association for Social Economics and a current board member of the Association for Integrity and Responsible Leadership in Economics and Associated Professions. His newest book is Oxford Handbook of Professional Economic Ethics, co-edited with Deirdre McCloskey. He is now completing The Tragic Science: How Economists Cause Harm (even as they aspire to do good), University of Chicago Press. It will appear during the spring of 2022.

What COVID-19 Teaches Us about Policy-Making under Uncertainty: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVJlyKfJy3Q

ASE Statement on Police and Structural Violence Against Black Americans: https://socialeconomics.org/ase-statement/