2014. “La Science Economique: Une Science Lugubre?.” Les Marmites de l'histoire: Melanges en l'honneur de Pierre Dockes, 25-38. Paris: Classiques Garnier, 25-38. Chapter
2014. “Did the States Pocket the Obama-Stimulus Money? Part II: Lessons of Cross-Section Regression and Interviews with State Officials” December: (with Peter Spiegler). PERI Working Paper 371
2013. “Premises for a New Economy.” Development 56 (2): 149-154. Article
2013. “Did the States Pocket the Obama-Stimulus Money? Part I: Limits of Time-Series Analysis,” Manuscript (with Peter Spiegler).
2013. “Unpacking the Multiplier: Making Sense of Recent Assessments of Fiscal Stimulus Policy.” Social Research 80 (3): 819-854 (with Peter Spiegler). Article
2013. “What Should a Sustainable Economy Sustain?.” Development 56 (1): 79-85 (with Tariq Banuri). Article
2012. “Saving the Children - A Rant.” Journal of Economic Education 43 (3): 283-292. Article
2012. “How Economics Undermines Our Relationships With Each Other and With the Planet.” Paper presented at the Association of Allied Social Sciences, Annual Meeting, January 8, 2012, Chicago. ASSA Annual Meeting Program; PDF
2011. “We Have to Wake Up and Smell the Flowers.” European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention 8 (2): 237-245, Interview with Stephen Marglin. Article
2010. “Policy Statement: Premises for a New Economy: An Agenda for Rio+20.” Conference on the Challenges of Sustainability. Stephen Marglin, co-convener: United Nations Division for Sustainable Development, New York, May 8-10. PDF
2008. “Mainstream Critiques: Why Thinking Like an Economist Can Be Harmful to the Community.” Challenge 51 (2). 51(2): 13-26, March-April: 13-26. Article
2004. “Outsourcing Common Sense.” Los Angeles Times. April 25, April 25. Op-Ed
2003. “Development as Poison: Rethinking the Western Model of Modernity.” Harvard International Review 25 (1): 70-75. Article at Harvard Library
2003. “Individualism and Scarcity.” Globalization, Culture, and the Limits of the Market: Essays in Economics and Philosophy, 155-176. S. Cullenberg and P. K. Pattanaik (eds), New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 155-176.
2002. “Economic Myths.” Paper presented at Seminaire Heterodoxie du MATISSE, Pantheon-Sorbonne, University of Paris 1, April 12. Website; PDF
2000. “Keynes Without Nominal Rigidities.” Harvard Institute of Economic Research. Working Paper no. 1907, Working Paper no. 1907. PDF
1999. “John Kenneth Galbraith and the Myths of Economics.” Between Friends: Perspectives on John Kenneth Galbraith, 114-138. H. Sasson (ed), Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 114-138.
1998. “How the Economy Is Constructed: On Scarcity and Desire.” Social Inequality: Values, Growth & the State, 28-48. A. Solimano (ed), Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 28-48.
1996. “Farmers, Seedsmen, and Scientists: Systems of Agriculture and Systems of Knowledge.” Decolonizing Knowledge, 185-248. F. Apffel-Marglin and S. Marglin (eds), Oxford: Clarendon Press, 185-248.
1992. “Why Is So Little Left of the Left?.” Z Papers, October-December. Website; PDF