Matthew Bunn. 7/14/2005. “Incentives for Nuclear Security.” In Proceedings of the Institute for Nuclear Materials Management 46th Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ: INMM. incentives_for_nuclear_security.pdf
Matthew Bunn. 6/16/2005. “The Case Against a Near-Term Decision to Reprocess Spent Nuclear Fuel in the United States.” Testimony before the Subcommittee on Energy, Committee on Science, U.S. House of Representatives. the_case_against_a_near-term_decision_to_reprocess_spent_nuclear_fuel_in_the_united_states.pdf
Matthew Bunn, Steve Fetter, John P. Holdren, and Bob van der Zwaan. 6/2005. “The Economics of Reprocessing v. Direct Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuel.” Nuclear Technology, 150, 3, Pp. 209-230.
Matthew Bunn. 2005. “Preventing a Nuclear 9/11.” Issues in Science and Technology, 21, 2, Pp. 55-62. bunn_preventing_a_nuclear_9-11.pdf
Matthew Bunn, Steve Fetter, John P. Holdren, and Bob van der Zwaan. 12/2003. The Economics of Reprocessing vs. Direct Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuel, Pp. 117. Cambridge, MA: Project on Managing the Atom, Harvard University. bunn_the_economics_of_reprocessing_vs_direct_disposal_of_spent_nuclear_fuel.pdf
Matthew Bunn and Anthony Wier. 9/23/2003. “Faster Pace Needed on Uranium Removal.” Boston Globe. Publisher's Version
Matthew Bunn. 2003. “Securing Nuclear Warheads and Materials: Seven Steps for Immediate Action.” Austrian Military Periodical, Special Edition, Pp. 102-105. bunn_securing_nuclear_warheads_and_materials.seven_steps_for_immediate_action.pdf
Matthew Bunn. 9/24/2002. “Preventing Nuclear Terrorism.” Testimony before the Subcommittee on National Security, Committee on Government Reform, U.S. House of Representatives. preventing_nuclear_terrorism_testimony_2002.pdf
Matthew Bunn and Anthony Wier. 9/3/2002. “Keeping Nukes Out of Terrorist Hands.” Boston Globe. Publisher's Version
Matthew Bunn. 8/2002. “A Nuclear Weapon Just Waiting to Happen: Perilous Materials at Sites Around the World Must Be Removed.” Los Angeles Times. Publisher's Version
Matthew Bunn and George Bunn. 2002. “Strengthening Nuclear Security Against Post-September 11 Threats of Theft and Sabotage.” Journal of Nuclear Materials Management, 30, 3, Pp. 48-60. bunn_strengthening_nuclear_security_against_post-september_11_threats_of_theft_and_sabotage.pdf
Matthew Bunn. 7/2001. “The Bush Administration and Nonproliferation: Skeptics at the Helm.” PIR Center Arms Control Letters, Pp. 18-35. bunn_the_bush_administration_and_nonproliferation.pdf
Matthew Bunn, John P. Holdren, Allison Macfarlane, Susan E. Pickett, Atsuyuki Suzuki, Tatsujiro Suzuki, and Jennifer Weeks. 6/2001. Interim Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel: A Safe, Flexible, and Cost-Effective Approach to Spent Fuel Management, Pp. 127. Cambridge, MA: Project on Managing the Atom, Harvard University and Project on Sociotechnics of Nuclear Energy, University of Tokyo. bunn_interim_storage_of_spent_nuclear_fuel.pdf
Frank von Hippel and Matthew Bunn. 12/2000. “Saga of the Siberian Plutonium-Production Reactors.” F.A.S. Public Interest Report, 53, 6. saga_of_the_siberian_plutonium.pdf
Oleg Bukharin, Matthew Bunn, and Kenneth N. Luongo. 8/2000. Renewing the Partnership: Recommendations for Accelerated Action to Secure Nuclear Material in the Former Soviet Union, Pp. 88. Washington, D.C. Russian-American Nuclear Security Advisory Council. bunn_renewing-the-partnership.pdf
Oleg Bukharin, Harold Feiveson, Frank von Hippel, Sharon K. Weiner, Matthew Bunn, William Hoehn, and Kenneth Luongo. 3/15/2000. Helping Russia Downsize its Nuclear Complex: A Focus on the Closed Nuclear Cities, Pp. 53. Princeton, NJ: Program on Nuclear Policy Alternatives, Center of International Studies, and Center for Energy and Environmental Studies, Princeton University. helping_russia_downsize_its_nuclear_complex.pdf
Convening lead author Robert H. Williams and Contributing author Matthew Bunn. 2000. “Advanced Energy Supply Technologies.” In World Energy Assessment: Energy and the Challenge of Sustainability , Pp. 274-329. New York: United Nations. advanced_energy_supply_technologies_2000.pdf