Glenn Blackmon and Richard Zeckhauser. 1992. “Fragile Commitments and the Regulatory Process.” Yale Journal on Regulation, 9, 1, Pp. 73-105. fragile_commitments.pdf
John W. Pratt and Richard Zeckhauser. 1992. “Multidimensional Bargains and the Desirability of Ex Post Inefficiency.” Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 5, 3, Pp. 205-216. multidimensional_bargains.pdf
Richard Zeckhauser, Jayendu Patel, and Darryll Hendricks. 1991. “Nonrational Actors and Financial Market Behavior.” Theory and Decision, 31, 2, Pp. 257-287. nonrational_actors_and_financial_market_behavior.pdf
Martin McGuire, John W. Pratt, and Richard Zeckhauser. 1991. “Paying to Improve Your Chances: Gambling or Insurance.” Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 4, 4, Pp. 329-338. paying_to_improve_your_chances.pdf
Jayendu Patel, Richard Zeckhauser, and Darryll Hendricks. 1991. “The Rationality Struggle: Illustrations from Financial Markets.” American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 81, 2, Pp. 232-236. rationality_struggle.pdf
Glenn Blackmon and Richard Zeckhauser. 1991. “State Tort Reform Legislation: Assessing Our Control of Risks.” In Tort Law and the Public Interest: Competition, Innovation, and Consumer Welfare, Peter Schuck (ed.), Pp. 272-309. New York: W.W. Norton and Company and the American Assembly.
B. Glenn Blackmon Jr. and Richard Zeckhauser. 1991. “Mispriced Equity: Regulated Rates for Auto Insurance in Massachusetts.” American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 81, 2, Pp. 65-69. mispriced_equity.pdf
1991. Strategy and Choice, edited by Richard J. Zeckhauser. Cambridge: MIT Press. Publisher's Version
John A. Rizzo and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 1990. “Advertising and Entry: The Case of Physician Services.” Journal of Political Economy, 98, 3, Pp. 476-500. advertising_and_entry.pdf
Richard J. Zeckhauser and John Pound. 1990. “Are Large Shareholders Effective Monitors?: An Investigation of Share Ownership and Corporate Performance.” In Asymmetric Information, Corporate Finance, and Investment, Glenn Hubbard (ed.), Pp. 149-80. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. are_large_shareholders_effective_monitors.pdf
John Pound and Richard Zeckhauser. 1990. “Clearly Heard on the Street: The Effect of Takeover Rumors on Stock Prices.” Journal of Business, 63, 3, Pp. 291-308. clearly_heard_on_the_street.pdf
Scott Johnson, John W. Pratt, and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 1990. “Efficiency Despite Mutually Payoff-Relevant Private Information: The Finite Case.” Econometrica, 58, 4, Pp. 873-900. efficiency.pdf
John Winsor Pratt and Richard Jay Zeckhauser. 1990. “The Fair and Efficient Division of the Winsor Family Silver.” Management Science, 36, 11, Pp. 1293-1301. fair_and_efficient_division.pdf
Richard J. Zeckhauser and W. Kip Viscusi. 1990. “Risk Within Reason.” Science, 248, 4955, Pp. 559-64. risk_within_reason.pdf
Jayendu Patel and Richard Zeckhauser. 1990. “Shared Price Trends: Evidence From U.S. Cities and OECD Countries.” Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 8, 2, Pp. 179-89. shared_price_trends.pdf
Andrew B. Abel, N. Gregory Mankiw, Lawrence H. Summers, and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 1989. “Assessing Dynamic Efficiency: Theory and Evidence.” Review of Economic Studies, 56, 1, Pp. 1-19. assessing_dynamic_efficiency.pdf
Carl V. Phillips and Richard Zeckhauser. 1989. “Contingent Valuation of Damage to Natural Resources: How Accurate? How Appropriate?” Toxics Law Reporter, 4, 18, Pp. 520-29.
Murray Horn and Richard J. Zeckhauser. 1989. “The Control and Performance of State-Owned Enterprises.” In Privatization and State-Owned Enterprises: Lessons from the United States, Great Britain, and Canada, Paul W. MacAvoy, W.T. Stanbury, George Yarrow, Richard J. Zeckhauser (eds.), Pp. 7-57. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Richard Zeckhauser. 1989. “Distinguished Fellow: Reflections on Thomas Schelling.” Journal of Economic Perspectives, 3, 2, Pp. 153-164. reflections_on_thomas_schelling.pdf
Ryuzo Sato and Richard Zeckhauser. 1989. “Domestic and International Mergers: Competition or Cooperation?” In Beyond Trade Friction: Japan-U.S. Economic Relations, Ryuzo Sato and Julianne Nelson (eds.), Pp. 93-120. New York: Cambridge University Press.