Professor of International Economics at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies of the University of Denver
Works in Progress
“Irreparable Ignorance, Protean Power, and Economics,” contribution to symposium in International Theory on Protean Power: Exploring the Uncertain and Unexpected in World Politics(Peter J. Katzenstein and Lucia A. Seybert, eds., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018).Co-authored with Ilene Grabel.
“Irreparable Harm: Learning from Forensic Economics.”
“Paper title TBD,” (co-authored with Mark Blyth and Ilene Grabel), article for Working Group on Political Economy and Justice, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University.
“Restitution and Distributive Justice,”G. DeMartino and Jonathan Moyer, in International Development and Human Aid: Principles, Norms and Institutions for the Global Sphere, Gabriele DeAngelis and Paulo Barcelos, eds. Edinburgh University Press: 127-160.
“The Entailments of Entailments,” review essay of Philip Kozel, Market Sense: Toward a New Economics of Markets and Society (London: Routledge, 2006). In Rethinking Marxism, Vol. 23, No. 4, October 2011: pp. 446-452.
“Global Economic Liberalism and the Fate of the State,”ISS Research Series, University of Tokyo (this special issue published papers produced in conjunction with the Managing Development and Transition International Research Project, directed by Professor Junji Nakagawa of the Institute of Social Studies of the University of Tokyo).
“Free Trade or Social Tariffs?”The Handbook of Globalisation, Jonathan Michie, editor, Northampton, Massachusetts, Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 402-412. (Updated for 2011 edition).
“Securing Economic Justice: New Global Policy Regimes,” in Imagining Tomorrow: Rethinking the Global Challenge, K. Sharma (Permanent Representative of India to the U.N.) ed., (volume prepared for the U.N. Millennium Summit of Heads of State and Governments, September 2000, New York).
“U.S. Labor Faces an Identity Crisis,” in Political Economy and Contemporary Capitalism: Radical Perspectives on Economic Theory and Policy, R. Baiman, H. Boushey and D. Saunders, eds., Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 130-136.
“The Harmonization of Labor Standards: An Internationalist Perspective,” published as L’Harmonisation Internationale des Normes du Travail dans une Perspective Internationaliste,” Syndicalisme et Societé, Vol. 1, No. 2:65-276.
“The Human Development Index,” in The Encyclopedia of Political Economy, Vol. 1, Phillip O’Hara, editor, Routledge Press, pp. 467-71.
“Foreign Direct Investment,” Foreign Policy in Focus series, Martha Honey and Tom Barry, editors, published by Interhemispheric Resource Center and the Center for Policy Studies (this is a refereed but non-academic article).
“Industrial Policies versus Competitiveness Strategies: In Pursuit of Prosperity in the Global Economy,”International Papers in Political Economy, 3(2). Reprinted in P. Arestis and M. Sawyer, eds., Essays in International Political Economy, Edward Elgar, 1998.
“After GATT: Towards a New Internationalism,” with Stephen Cullenberg, URPE Newsletter, 26(3): 1, 12-15 (DeMartino lead author).
“Economic Integration and Human Development,” in Papers and Proceedings, “Du Travail Pour Tous, Partout Dans Le Monde,” Colloque International, February 1994, Montreuil: Institut Syndical d’Etudes et de Recherches Economiques et Sociales (ISERES), no. 140: 357-378.
“Beyond the Competitiveness Debate: An Internationalist Agenda,” with S. Cullenberg, Social Text, (41), 11-40 (DeMartino lead author; a substantially extended version of the IRAE article).
“The Social Index Tariff Structure: An Internationalist Response to Economic Integration,” with S. Cullenberg, Review of Radical Political Economics, 26(3): 76-85.
“The Competitiveness Debate,” with S. Cullenberg, in Marxism in the Postmodern Age: Confronting the New World Order, A. Callari, S. Cullenberg, and C. Biewener, eds., Guilford Press: 482-492.
“Taking ‘X’ Out of Competition: An Internationalist Critique of Competitiveness-Enhancing Industrial Strategies,” with Stephen Cullenberg, Working Paper in Economics, University of California-Riverside, 93-25.