Works in Progress
- “Irreparable Harm: Learning from Forensic Economics.”
- “The Financial Crisis and Irreparable ignorance in Economics”
- “De-humanizing victims: The culpability and responsibility of experts,” with Sarah Stanlick and Sharon Welch.
- “Irreparable Ignorance: An Introduction to the Issues”
- “Irreparable ignorance, protean power, and economics,” with Ilene Grabel, International Theory, 1-14. doi:10.1017/S1752971920000263
- “The confounding problem of the counterfactual in economic explanation,” Review of Social Economy,
- “The Tragedy of Economics: On the Nature of Economic Harm and the Responsibilities of Economists,” Edited by Mark D. White, The Oxford Handbook of Ethics and Economics, DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198793991.013.29
- “Training the Ethical Economist,” in I. Negru and W. Dolfsma, eds. The Ethical Formation of Economists. SCEME Studies in Economic Methodology. New York: Routledge, 7-23.
- “Free trade or social tariffs?,” Chapters, in: Jonathan Michie (ed.),The Handbook of Globalisation, Third Edition, chapter 26, pages 408-418.
- “The Tragedy of Economics: On the Nature of Economic Harm and the Responsibilities of Economists,” The Oxford Handbook of Ethics and Economics, DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198793991.013.29
- “Econogenic Harm and the Case for ‘Economy Harm Profile’ Analysis,” New Political Economy, DOI: 10.1080/13563467.2018.1526265
- “Reconstructing Globalization in an Illiberal Era,” Ethics and International Affairs, 32 (3):361.
- “Professional Ethics 101: A Reply to Anne Krueger’s Review of The Oxford Handbook of Professional Economic Ethics,” and recorded podcast interview with Deirdre N. McCloskey, Econ Journal Watch, January.
- “Overdetermination: The Ethical Moment.” In T. Burczak, R. Garnett, and R. McIntyre, eds. Knowledge, Class, and Economics. New York: Routledge, pp. 226-242.
- “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 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.
- “Achieving Ethical Trade through a Social Tariff Regime: a Policy Thought Experiment” with Jonathan Moyer and Kate Watkins. Cambridge Journal of Economics 40: 69-92. doi:10.1093/cje/beu066.
- “Econogenic Harm: On the Nature of and Responsibility for the Harm Economists Do as they Try to Do Good,” The Oxford Handbook of Professional Economic Ethics. G. DeMartino and D. McCloskey, editors. Oxford University Press. 2016.
- “Editors’ Introduction, Or Why this Handbook?” G. DeMartino and D. N. McCloskey, in The Oxford Handbook of Professional Economic Ethics. G. DeMartino and D. N. McCloskey, eds. Oxford University Press.
- “Harming Irreparably: On Neoliberalism, Kaldor-Hicks, and the Paretian Guarantee,” Review of Social Economy. 73 (4): 315-340.
- “Contesting the ‘Globalization Thesis’: An Ethical Imperative,” (updated version of “The Ethical Dimensions of the ‘Globalization Thesis’ Debate”, 2008), \ in J. Davis and W. Dolfsma, editors, Elgar Companion to Social Economics—Second Edition, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.
- “Conflict of Interest Disclosure in Economics: Will Journalists Aid the Cause?,” in Money Talks: Media, Markets, Crisis, Graham Murdock and Jostein Gripsrud (eds.), University of Chicago Press, January 2015.
- “Econogenic harm, economists, and the tragedy of economics,” on Oxford University Press Blog, 25 June, 2014.
- “Professional Economic Ethics: The Posnerian and Naïve Perspectives,” in Journal of Forensic Economics, Vol. 24, No. 1, 2013.
- “Ethical Economic Engagement in a World Beyond Control,” in Rethinking Marxism, Vol. 25, No. 4, 2013.
- “Professional Economic Ethics: Why Heterodox Economists Should Care,” in Economic Thought, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2013.
- “Epistemic Aspects of Economic Practice and the Need for Professional Economic Ethics,” in Review of Social Economy, Vol. 71, No. 2, 2013.
- “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.
- “The Economist as Social Engineer: the Maxi-Max Rule, Utopia, and the Need for Professional Economic Ethics,” in Real-World Economics Review, Vol. 56, March 2011: pp. 31-44.
- “Capabilities, Equality, and Class Justice: A Response to Wilde,” in Global Discourse, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2011: 39-47.
- “The Economic Crisis and the Crisis in Economics,” in Consequences of Economic Downturn: Beyond the Usual Economics, Martha Starr, ed. Palgrave Macmillan 2011: 25-44.
- “Economics and Justice,” In 21st Century Economics: A Reference Handbook, Vol. 2, R. Free, ed. Sage Publications: 525-532.
- “On Marxism, Institutionalism and the Problem of Labor Exploitation,” review essay of Ric McIntyre, Are Worker Rights Human Rights? Rethinking Marxism, vol. 22, No. 4, October 2010: 524-530.
- “Achieving Ethical Trade through Social Tariffs: The SITS Regime”, Political Economy Research Institute, University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
- “A Hippocratic Oath for Economists?” in R. Garnett and J. Harvey, eds., Future Directions for Heterodox Economics, Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press, pp. 116-124.
- “On the Need for Professional Economic Ethics.” Challenge 52, no. 4, July/August 2009, pp. 6-15 (lead essay of symposium on professional economic ethics).
- “Economics and the Ethical Challenges of Global Integration,” in I. van Staveren and J. Peil, eds. Handbook on Ethics and Economics, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, pp. 185-192.
- “The Ethical Dimensions of the ‘Globalization Thesis’ Debate,” in J. Davis and W. Dolfsma, editors, Elgar Companion to Social Economics, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, pp. 57-75.
- “A Professional Ethics Code for Economists,” Challenge, July/August 2005, pp. 88-104.
- “Organizing the Service Sector: From ‘Labor’ to ‘Stakeholder’ Unionism,” in The Institutionalist Tradition in Labor Economics, Dell Champlin, Janet Knoedler and Paulette Olson, editors, pp. 240-9.
- “On the Politics of Global Economy, Global Justice?” Rethinking Marxism, 16, 4, pp. 367-373 (this essay responds to a symposium on my book).
- “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).
- “Comment on “Globalization and Neoliberalism” by David Kotz”, Rethinking Marxism, 14, 2, 80-81.
- Enslaved to Fashion a review of Levi’s Children: Coming to Terms with Human Rights in the Global Marketplace by Karl Schoenberger, Human Rights and Human Welfare, 2, 1, April 2001.
- “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).
- “Competition between Domestic and Foreign Firms,” Routledge Encyclopedia of International Political Economy, R.J.B. Jones, ed., Routledge Press.
- “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.
- “Global Neoliberalism, Policy Autonomy, and International Competitive Dynamics,” Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. 33, No. 2, June: 343-349.
- “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.
- “Anti-Essentialist Marxism and Institutionalism: An Introduction.” Introduction to a symposium on Marxism and Institutionalism. Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. 33, No 3, September, 797-800.
- “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).
- “Demonstration Drives, Predatory Drives: A Strategic Model of Union Organizing,” Politics and Society, 25(3), September: 326-338.
- “Speculations on the Future of the U.S. Labor Movement in an Era of Global Economic Integration,” in Labour Worldwide in the Era of Globalisation: Alternative Union Models in the New World Order, R. Munck and P. Waterman, eds., Macmillan Press, 83-96.
- “Global Economic Integration and Justice: A Capabilities Approach,” in Globalization, Growth and Equity, Satya Dev Gupta and Nanda K. Coudhry, eds., Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 299-316.
- “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.
- “Against Global Neoliberalism: Normative Principles and Policy Alternatives,” New Political Science, no. 35, Spring: 21-42. (A solicited, extended version of the Gupta and Choudry article).
- “Economic Integration in an Uneven World: An Internationalist Perspective,” with S. Cullenberg, International Review of Applied Economics, 9(1): 1-21 (DeMartino lead author).
- “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.
- “The Necessity/Contingency Dualism in Marxian Crisis Theory: The Case of Long Wave Theory,” Review of Radical Political Economics, 25(3): 68-74.
- Review of Reconstructing Marxism, E.O. Wright, A. Levine and E. Sober. Rethinking Marxism, 6(4): 128-33 (review essay).
- “Beneath ‘First Principles’: Controversies Within the New Macroeconomics,” Journal of Economic Issues, 27(4): 1127-1153.
- “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.
- “Trade Union Isolation and the Catechism of the Left” Rethinking Marxism, 4(3): 29-51.
- Review of the Meaning of the Crisis, James O’Connor. Rethinking Marxism, 2(4): 180-86 (review essay).
- Review of Prisoners of the American Dream, M. Davis. Rethinking Marxism, 1(4): 176-85 (review essay).
- “Industrial Relations: A Guide for Trade Unionists,” TIE-Europe: Transnational Information Exchange, (Amsterdam) No.13/14.