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Edward Martin

 

Education

  • Ph.D.          Arizona State University, 2000
    ​                   Public Policy and Administration
                       Dissertation:  Welfare Policy, the Market, and Community: The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996.  

 

  • M.A.           University of San Francisco, 1985
                        Religious Studies

 

  • B.A.            Loyola Marymount University, 1980
                        Philosophy

Research Interests

  • Democratic Governance
  • Political Economy
  • Political Sociology
  • Sustainable Development
  • Politics and Religion
  • Welfare Policy
  • Inequality

Publications

Books

Capitalism and Critique: Unruly Democracy & Solidarity Economics, by Edward J. Martin, Rodolfo D. Torres, and Mateo S. Pimentel.  New York, NY:  Routledge, 2019.

Savage State: Welfare Capitalism & Inequality, by Edward J. Martin and Rodolfo D. Torres.  Boulder, CO:  Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2004.

Book Chapters

“Health Care Policy, Homelessness, and Mental Health: Affordable Housing and Political Economy,” The Effect of Poverty and War on Global Health: System, Policy and Economics, Santa Rosa, CA: Informing Science Press, (Expected publication date, Spring 2019).

“Environmental Policy in Costa Rica: Sustainable Development and Deliberative Democracy,” by Edward J. Martin, in Handbook of Restorative Justice:  A Global Perspective, Edited by Dennis Sullivan and Larry Tifft.  New York:  Routledge, 2006.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

“Rogues in the Ranks: Alt-Right Militia in Law Enforcement,” Social Policy, Fall 2020, by Edward J. Martin.

“Erik Olin Wright and the Anti-capitalist Economy,” Social Policy, Spring 2020, by Edward J. Martin.

"The Right to Work and a Minimum Standard of Living: Democratic Political Economy and FDR's Economic Bill of Rights," International Journal of Economic Development, 11(2), Spring  2018, 130-154, by Edward J. Martin.

“Anarchism and Technological Impediments to Social Justice,” International Journal of Economic Development, 11(1), Fall 2017, 1-28, by Mateo S. Pimentel and Edward J. Martin.

“The First Amendment, Freedom of Speech, and Plutocracy: Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission and Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association,” International Journal of Economic Development, 10(2), Spring 2017, 251-283, by Edward J. Martin, Jeffrey A. Martin, and Michael J. Martin.

Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc.:  Privacy, Equal Freedom, and Economic Justice,” International Journal of Economic Development, 10(1), Fall 2016, 67-103, Edward J. Martin, Michael J. Martin, and Mateo S. Pimentel.

“Addressing Poverty in Peru:  De-growth, Indigenous Local Farming and Technology Innovation,” International Journal of Economic Development, 10(1), Fall 2016, 67-103, Mateo S. Pimentel, Brian Harper, and Edward J. Martin.

“Affordable Housing, Homelessness, and Mental Health: What Health Care Policy Needs to Address,” by Edward J. Martin, Journal of Health and Human Services Administration38(1), Spring 2015, 67-89.

“Medical Brigades and Global Health,” by Mark T. Portman and Edward J. Martin, Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 38(1), Spring 2015, 90-107.

“Healthcare Policy Legislation and Administration:  Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010,” by Edward J. Martin, Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 37(4), Spring 2015, 407-411. 

“Oligarchy, Anarchy, and Social Justice,” by Edward J. Martin, Contemporary Justice Review, 18(1), February 2015, 55-67.

“Environmental Racism in Communities of Color: An Analysis of the Disproportionate Effects of Pollution on Minorities Living in Los Angeles,” by Serena Do and Edward J. Martin, Social Policy, Summer 2014.

“The Great Recession and Economic Security: Democratizing the Workplace,” by Edward J. Martin, Colleen Zenger, Matthew S. Pimentel, Ariana C. Martin, and Jeffrey A. Martin, Global Virtue Ethics Review, 7(1), June 2014, 3-24.

“Fabianism, Syndicalism, and the Guild Movement: Economic Democracy and Labor Rights,” by Edward J. Martin and Jeffrey A. Martin, Global Virtue Ethics Review, 7(1), June 2014, 25-49.

“Social Reform and Worker Cooperatives: Countering Economic Inequality,” by Edward J. Martin, Ariana C. Martin, and Jeffrey A. Martin, Global Virtue Ethics Review, 7(1), June 2014, 50-69.

“Viewing the Great Recession through Radical Economics: Social Class, Inequality, and the Social Safety Net,” by Edward J. Martin and Matthew S. Pimentel, Global Virtue Ethics Review, 7(1), June 2014, 70-94.

“Social Analysis, Social Justice, and the Welfare State: Post Great Recession Welfare Policy,” by Edward J. Martin and Matthew S. Pimentel, Global Virtue Ethics Review, 7(1), June 2014, 95-121.

“Progressive Social Theory and Government Growth: The Labor Theories of Value and Property,” by Edward J. Martin and Ariana C. Martin, Global Virtue Ethics Review, 7(1), June 2014, 122-145.

“Libertarianism and the Realities of Governance,” by Colleen Zenger and Edward J. Martin, Global Virtue Ethics Review, 7(1), June 2014, 146-182.

“California Urban Crisis and Fiscal Decline: Trends in High School Dropout Rates and Economic Implications,” by Robert A. Acosta and Edward J. Martin, Urbana: Urban Affairs and Public Policy, Volume XIV, 2013, (http://www.urbanauapp.org/).

“Economic Rights, Sustainable Development, and Environmental Management,” by Edward J. Martin, Public Administration & Management, 16(2), Winter 2011, 121-144.

“Economic Crisis in the United States: Management Strategies for a Democratic Economy,” by Edward J. Martin and Ariana C. Martin, Public Administration & Management, 16(2), Winter 2011, 145-170.

“Incrementalism in Cuba: Democratic Economic Reforms and Sustainable Management,” by Edward J. Martin and Matthew S. Pimentel, Public Administration & Management, 16(2), Winter 2011, 206-237.

“Reexamining Devolution,” by Edward J. Martin, Public Administration Quarterly, 33(4), Winter 2009, 610-634.

“Critical Social Analysis and Service Learning Methods: Investigating Social Class and Inequality through MPA Courses,” by Edward J. Martin, Public Administration Quarterly, 33(4), Winter 2009, 635-659.

“Social Justice and Welfare Policy: A Response to Nickel,” by Edward J. Martin, New Political Science, 31(1), March 2009, 87-88.

“Liberalism, Postmodernism, and Welfare Policy,” by Edward J. Martin, New Political Science29(3), September 2007, 333-347.

“Urban Sustainable Development, Lower Income Communities, and Trans-Organizational Public Administration,” by David L. Blumenthal and Edward J. Martin, International Journal of Public Administration, 30(1), January 2007, 95-107.

“Information Technology, Institutional Racism, and Affirmative Action: African American and Latino Under Representation,” by Edward J. Martin, International Journal of Public Administration, 30(1), January 2007, 77-93.

“The U.S. Catholic Bishops and Welfare Policy: Guidelines for Reform and Reauthorization,” by Edward J. Martin, International Journal of Public Administration, 28(13&14), December 2005, 1-23. 

“Sustainable Development, Postmodern Capitalism, and Environmental Policy and Management in Costa Rica,” by Edward J. Martin, Contemporary Justice Review, 7(2), June 2004, 153-171.

“Labor-Management Relations, Collective Bargaining, and the Public Sector: Collaborative Solutions in Alameda, California,” by Edward J. Martin, Public Administration & Management, 8(2), October 2003, 1-15.

“Critical Social Analysis, Service Learning, and Urban Affairs: A Course Application in Public Policy and Administration,” by Edward J. Martin, New Political Science, 25(3), September 2003, 407-431.

“Liberation Theology, Sustainable Development, and Postmodern Public Administration,” by Edward J. Martin, Latin American Perspectives, 30(4), July 2003, 69-91.

“CalWORKs: A Review of California Welfare Reform, 1998-2000,” by Edward J. Martin and John W. Ostrowski, California Politics & Policy, 7(1), June 2003, 1-21.

“The Role of Critical Social Analysis in Public Policy and Administration: A Service Learning Course Application in Race, Inequality, and Public Policy,” by Edward J. Martin, Contemporary Justice Review, 5(4), December 2002, 351-369.

Public Intellectual Forums/Print Media Publications

“January 6th Uprising Was an Attempted Fascist Coup d’Etat,” CounterPunch, July 30, 2021.

"MAGA and the White Nationalist Agenda," Axis of Logic, October 17, 2020.

“MAGA and the White Nationalist Agenda,” CounterPunch, October 9, 2020.

“Rogues in the Ranks,” Axis of Logic, September 15, 2020.

“Rogues in the Ranks,” CounterPunch, September 14, 2020.

“Rogues in the Ranks,” Countercurrents, September 12, 2020.

“Rogues in the Ranks,” Dissident Voice, September 11, 2020.

“Rogues in the Ranks,” Greanville Post, September 11, 2020.

“Erik Olin Wright and the Anti-capitalist Economy,” Edward J. Martin, Countercurrents, March 13, 2020.

“Erik Olin Wright and the Anti-capitalist Economy,” Edward J. Martin, Dissident Voice, March 12, 2020.

“The Origins of Democratic Socialism: Robert Owen and Worker Cooperatives,” Edward J. Martin, Axis of Logic, December 7, 2019.

“The Origins of Democratic Socialism: Robert Owen and Worker Cooperatives,” Dissident Voice, December 6, 2019.

“The Origins of Democratic Socialism: Robert Owen and Worker Cooperatives,” Countercurrents, December 6, 2019.

“Robert Owen, Worker Cooperatives, and Democratic Socialism,” Axis of Logic,” May 10, 2019.

“Robert Owen, Worker Cooperatives, and Democratic Socialism,” CounterPunch, May 13, 2019.

“Robert Owen, Worker Cooperatives, and Democratic Socialism,” Dissident Voice, May 7, 2019.

“Robert Owen, Worker Cooperatives, and Democratic Socialism,” Countercurrents, May 7, 2019.

Glossip v. Gross: The Eighth Amendment and the Torture Court of the United States,” Counterpunch, January 18, 2019.

Glossip v. Gross: The Eighth Amendment and the Torture Court of the United States,” Axis of Logic, January 16, 2019.

Glossip v. Gross: The Eighth Amendment and the Torture Court of the United States,” Countercurrents, January 16, 2019.

Glossip v. Gross: The Eighth Amendment and the Torture Court of the United States,” Edward J. Martin, Dissident Voice, January 16, 2019.

“The Right to Work and FDR’s Economic Bill of Rights,” Edward J. Martin, CounterPunch, August 23, 2018.

“The Right to Work and FDR’s Economic Bill of Rights,” Edward J. Martin, Countercurrents, August, 21, 2018.

“The Right to Work and FDR’s Economic Bill of Rights,” Edward J. Martin, Axis of Logic, August 21, 2018.

“Who Are the Real Pariahs this Election?” Mateo S. Pimentel and Edward J. Martin, CounterPunch, July 28, 2016.

“Who Are the Real Pariahs this Election?” Mateo S. Pimentel and Edward J. Martin, Greanville Post, July 26, 2016.

“Who Are the Real Pariahs this Election?” Mateo S. Pimentel and Edward J. Martin, Axis of Logic, July 26, 2016.

“Who Are the Real Pariahs this Election?” Mateo S. Pimentel and Edward J. Martin, Dissident Voice, July 25, 2016.

“All Opposed to the Blind Fascism of Hillary’s Lackeyes:  Let the Dead Bury Their Dead!” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Greanville Post, July 5, 2016.

“All Opposed to the Blind Fascism of Hillary’s Lackeyes:  Let the Dead Bury Their Dead!” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, CounterPunch, July 5, 2016.

“All Opposed to the Blind Fascism of Hillary’s Lackeyes:  Let the Dead Bury Their Dead!” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Axis of Logic, July 4, 2016.

“All Opposed to the Blind Fascism of Hillary’s Lackeyes:  Let the Dead Bury Their Dead!” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, CounterCurrents, July 4, 2016.

“All Opposed to the Blind Fascism of Hillary’s Lackeyes:  Let the Dead Bury Their Dead!” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Dissident Voice, July 4, 2016.

“The Legacy of Michael Harrington, Hillary Clinton, and the Marxist Critique,” Part 5, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Socialism, and The Other America, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Greanville Post, February 23, 2016.

“The Legacy of Michael Harrington, Hillary Clinton, and the Marxist Critique,” Part 5, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Socialism, and The Other America,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S.Pimentel, CounterPunch, March 11, 2016.

“The Legacy of Michael Harrington, Hillary Clinton, and the Marxist Critique,” Part 5, Bernie, Hillary, and the Legacy of Socialism, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Axis of Logic, March 6, 2016.

“Bernie Sanders and Democratic Socialism after Super Tuesday,” Part 5, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Socialism, and The Other America,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Dissident Voice, March 1, 2016.

“Bernie, Hillary, and the Legacy of Socialism,” Par 3, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Socialism, and The Other America, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Greanville Post, March 3, 2016.

“The Legacy of Michael Harrington, Hillary Clinton, and the Marxist Critique,” Part 4, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Socialism, and The Other America,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, CounterPunch, March 11, 2016.

“The Legacy of Michael Harrington, Hillary Clinton, and the Marxist Critique,” Part 4, Bernie, Hillary, and the Legacy of Socialism, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Axis of Logic, March 2, 2016.

“The Marxist Critique,” Part 4, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Socialism, and The Other America,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Dissident Voice, February 29, 2016.

“Bernie, Hillary, and the Legacy of Socialism,” Par 3, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Socialism, and The Other America, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Greanville Post, February 24, 2016.

“The Legacy of Michael Harrington, Hillary Clinton, and the Marxist Critique,” Part 3, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Socialism, and The Other America,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, CounterPunch, March 4, 2016.

“The Legacy of Michael Harrington, Hillary Clinton, and the Marxist Critique,” Part 3, Bernie, Hillary, and the Legacy of Socialism, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Axis of Logic, February 27, 2016.

“Bernie, Hillary, and the Legacy of Socialism,” Part 3, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Socialism, and The Other America,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Dissident Voice, February 24, 2016.

“The Legacy of Michael Harrington, Hillary Clinton, and the Marxist Critique,” Par 2, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Socialism, and The Other America, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Greanville Post, February 23, 2016.

“The Legacy of Michael Harrington, Hillary Clinton, and the Marxist Critique,” Part 2, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Socialism, and The Other America,” Edward J. Martin, CounterPunch, February 26, 2016.

“The Legacy of Michael Harrington, Hillary Clinton, and the Marxist Critique,” Part 2, Bernie, Hillary, and the Legacy of Socialism, Edward J. Martin, Axis of Logic, February 23, 2016.

“Democratic Socialism and the 2016 US Presidential Election,” Part 2, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Socialism, and The Other America, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Dissident Voice, February 18, 2016.

“Bernie Sanders, Democratic Socialism, and The Other America, Part 1, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Greanville Post, February 23, 2016.

“The Legacy of Michael Harrington, Hillary Clinton, and the Marxist Critique,” Part 1, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Socialism, and The Other America,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, CounterPunch, February 19, 2016.

“The Legacy of Michael Harrington, Hillary Clinton, and the Marxist Critique,” Part 1, Bernie, Hillary, and the Legacy of Socialism, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Axis of Logic, February 19, 2016.

“The Legacy of Hillary Clinton and the Marxist Critique,” Part 1, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Socialism, and The Other America, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Dissident Voice, February 18, 2016.

“Mill, Liberty, and the First Amendment:  Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., Employee Rights to Privacy, and Economic Justice,” Edward J. Martin, Mateo S. Pimentel, and Michael J. Martin, Axis of Logic, September 25, 2015.

“Mill, Liberty, and the First Amendment:  Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., Employee Rights to Privacy, and Economic Justice,” Edward J. Martin, Mateo S. Pimentel, and Michael J. Martin, The Greanville Post, September 22, 2015.

“Mill, Liberty, and the First Amendment:  Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., Employee Rights to Privacy, and Economic Justice,” Edward J. Martin, Mateo S. Pimentel, and Michael J. Martin, The NewJurist, September 19, 2015.

“The Bern is a Very Dangerous Man,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Dissident Voice, August 22, 2015.

“Anarchist Social Justice,” Part 4, Edward J. Martin and Mate S. Pimentel, CounterPunch, June 3,2015.

“Anarchist Social Justice” Part 4, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Axis of Logic, May 29,2015.

“Anarchist Social Justice,” Part 4, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Dissident Voice, May 28, 2015.

“Anarchy as Alternative,” Part 3, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, CounterPunch, May 22-24, 2015.

“Anarchy as Alternative” Part 3, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Axis of Logic, May 22, 2015.

“Anarchy as Alternative,” Part 3, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Dissident Voice, May 21, 2015.

“The Need for Occupy” Part 2, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, CounterPunch, May 15, 2015.

“The Need for Occupy” Part 2, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Axis of Logic, May 15, 2015.

“The Need for Occupy,” Part 2, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Dissident Voice, May 14, 2015.

“Why Occupy?” Part 2, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Greanville Post, May 18, 2015.

“Why Occupy?” Part 1, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Greanville Post, May 17, 2015.

“Why Occupy?” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, NewJurist, May 16, 2015.

“Why Occupy?” Part 1, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Axis of Logic, May 9, 2015.

“Why Occupy?” Part 1, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Dissident Voice, May 8, 2015.

“Why Occupy?” Part 1, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, CounterPunch, May 8-10, 2015.

“The Future of Solidarity, Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, CounterPunch, April 24, 2015.

“The Future of Solidarity,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Axis of Logic, April 24, 2015.

“The Future of Solidarity,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Dissident Voice, April 23, 2015.

“Marxist and Catholic Traditions Reject the Inadequacy of Liberalism,” Dissident Voice, Edward J. Martin and Mateo Pimentel, April 16, 2015.

“The Inadequacies of Liberalism,” CountePunch, Edward J. Martin and Mateo Pimentel, April 17, 2015.

“Revisiting Marx and Liberalism,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Axis of Logic, April 11, 2015.

“Revisiting Marx and Liberalism,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Greanville Post, April 8, 2015.

“Revisiting Marx and Liberalism,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, CounterPunch, April 8, 2015.

“Revisiting Marx and Liberalism,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Dissident Voice, April 7, 2015.

“Marxist Praxis, Catholic Solidarity, and Human Dignity,“ Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Greanville Post, April 8, 2015.

“Marxist Praxis, Catholic Solidarity, and Human Dignity,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, CounterPunch, March 27, 2015.

“Marxist Praxis, Catholic Solidarity, and Human Dignity,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Axis of Logic, March 25, 2015.

“Marxist Praxis, Catholic Solidarity, and Human Dignity,” Edward J. Martin and Mateo S. Pimentel, Dissident Voice, March 25, 2015.

 

Accomplishments and Awards

  • Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Economic Development
  • Public Intellectual: invited publications with high profile scholars and journalists in CounterPunch, Dissident Voice, Countercurrents, Axis of Logic, Greanville Post and the New Jurist.