Richard J. Zeckhauser and Joseph E. Aldy. Forthcoming. “Combatting Climate Change: Attend to The Art of War.” The Regulatory Review. combatting_climate_change.pdf
Richard Zeckhauser. 9/2021. “Cheating Detection: Towards a Workable System.” The Bridge World, Pp. 2-3. cheating_detection.pdf
Joseph Aldy and Richard Zeckhauser. 8/30/2021. “A Realistic Response to the Climate Wake-up Call.” The Hill.
Richard Zeckhauser. 8/2021. “Tunnel Vision.” The Bridge World, pp. 5 and 37.
Stefano Ramelli, Alexander F. Wagner, Richard J. Zeckhauser, and Alexandre Ziegler. 6/2021. “Investor Rewards to Climate Responsibility: Stock-Price Responses to the Opposite Shocks of the 2016 and 2020 U.S. Elections.” Review of Corporate Finance Studies. investor_rewards_to_climate_responsibility.pdf
Abraar Karan, Ingrid Katz, and Richard Zeckhauser. 4/28/2021. “Why We're Terrible At Weighing The Risks Of The J&J Vaccine.” Cognoscenti (Op/Ed) (4/28/21). Publisher's Version
Richard Zeckhauser. 3/2021. “Strategic Sorting: The Role of Ordeals in Heath Care.” Economics and Philosophy, 37, Pp. 64-81. strategic_sorting.pdf
David J. G. Slusky and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 1/2021. “Sunlight and Protection Against Influenza.” Economics and Human Biology, 40, Pp. 1-22. sunlight_and_protection_against_influenza.pdf
Karen N.Eggleston, John D. Donahue, and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 2021. The Dragon, the Eagle, and the Private Sector: Public-Private Collaboration in China and the United States. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Webinar Link (
Jonathan K. Nelson and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 2021. “Italian Renaissance Portraits that Disappoint: Isabella d’Este, Francesco del Giocondo, and Other Displeased Patrons.” In Bad Reception: Expressing Disapproval of Art in Early Modern Italy, Diletta Gamberini, Jonathan K. Nelson, Alessandro Nova (eds.), Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz, LXIII: Pp. 15-31. italian_renaissance_portraits_that_disappoint.pdf
Apostolos Filippas, John J. Horton, and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 4/2020. “Owning, Using and Renting: Some Simple Economics of the "Sharing Economy".” Management Science, Pp. 1-21. Publisher's Version sharing_economy.pdf
Joseph E. Aldy and Richard Zeckhauser. 4/2020. “Three Prongs for Prudent Climate Policy.” Southern Economic Journal, 87, 1, Pp. 3-29. Publisher's Version three_prongs_for_prudent_climate_policy.pdf
Marina Druz, Ivan Petzev, Alexander F. Wagner, and Richard Zeckhauser. 3/2020. “When Managers Change Their Tone, Analysts and Investors Change Their Tune.” Financial Analysts Journal, 76, 2, Pp. 47-69. Publisher's Version changingtone.pdf
Jack Donahue, Karen Eggleston, Yijia Jing, and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 2020. “Private Roles for Public Goals in China’s Social Services.” In Healthy Aging in Asia, Karen Eggleston (ed.), Pp. 199-215. Stanford: Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center. healthyaging_chapter12.pdf
Alan M. Berger, Michael Wilson, Jonah Susskind, and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 2020. “Theorizing the Resilience District: Design-based Decision Making for Coastal Climate Change Adaptation,” 15, 1, Pp. 6-17. Publisher's Version theorizing_the_resilience_district.pdf
Lisa A. Robinson, W. Kip Viscusi, and Richard Zeckhauser. 2019. “Efficient Warnings, Not "Wolf or Puppy" Warnings.” In The Future of Risk Management, H. Kunreuther, R.J. Meyer, and E.O. Michel-Kerjan (eds.), Pp. 227-248. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Publisher's Version
John Green and Richard Zeckhauser. 2019. “Thunder Versus Lightning: A Performance and Cost Analysis of the A-10 "Warthog" Versus the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.” Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis, 10, 3, Pp. 434-468. thunder_vs_lightning.pdf
Aroop Mukharji and Richard Zeckhauser. 2019. “Bound to Happen: Explanation Bias in Historical Analysis.” Journal of Applied History, Pp. 1-23. Publisher's Version bound_to_happen.pdf
Barbara A. Mellers, Philip E. Tetlock, Joshua D. Baker, Jeffrey A. Friedman, and Richard Zeckhauser. 2019. “Improving the Accuracy of Geopolitical Risk Assessments.” In The Future of Risk Management, H. Kunreuther, R.J. Meyer, and E.O. Michel-Kerjan (eds.), Pp. 209-226. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Publisher's Version
Cuicui Chen and Richard Zeckhauser. 2018. “Collective Action in an Asymmetric World.” Journal of Public Economics, 158, Pp. 103-112. collective_action_in_an_asymmetric_world.pdf