Harbaugh, William T., Kate Krause, and Lise VesterlundThe Fourfold Pattern of Risk Attitudes in Choice and Pricing Tasks. Economic Journal. June 2010. 

Mayr, Ulrich, William T. Harbaugh, Dharol Tankersley. Neuroeconomics of Charitable Giving and Philanthropy.  Chapter for Neuroeconomics, Decision Making and the Brain. Paul Glimcher et al. Ed., Elsevier NYC. 2009.

Andreoni, James, William T. Harbaugh and Lise VesterlundAltruism in Experiments. New Palgrave Encyclopedia of Economics.  2008.

Harbaugh WIlliam T., Ulrich Mayr, Dan BurghartNeural Responses to Taxation and Voluntary Giving Reveal Motives for Charitable Donations. Science. June 15, 2007.

Harbaugh, William T., Kate Krause, and Lise VesterlundLearning to Bargain. Journal of Economic Psychology, January 2007.

Blonigen, Bruce, William Harbaugh, Larry Singell, Robert H. Horner, Larry K. Irvin, and Keith Smolkowski. Application of Economic Analysis to School-Wide Positive Behavior Support Programs. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions. 2007.

Harbaugh, William T. and Anne van den Nouweland. Demonstrating Worker Quality Through Strategic Absenteeism. International Game Theory Review, June 2005.

Andreoni, James, William T. Harbaugh and Lise VesterlundThe Carrot or the Stick: Rewards, Punishments, and Cooperation. American Economic Review, June 2003.

Harbaugh, William T., Kate Krause, Steven G. Liday, and Lise VesterlundTrust in Children. Trust, Reciprocity and Gains from Association. Elinor Ostrom and James Walker editors. New York City, Russell Sage Foundation, 2003.

Harbaugh, William T., Kate Krause, and Lise VesterlundRisk Attitudes of Children and Adults: Choices Over Small and Large Probability Gains and Losses.  Experimental Economics, June 2002, 5(1): 53-84.

Harbaugh, William T., Arik Levinson, and David Molloy Wilson. Re-examining the Empirical Evidence for an Environmental Kuznets Curve.  The Review of Economics and Statistics, August 2002, 84(3): 541-551. (Reprinted in Environmental Economics: Critical Concepts in the Environment, Routledge 2007.)

Harbaugh, William T., Kate Krause, and Timothy R. Berry. GARP for Kids: On the Development of Rational Choice Behavior.  American Economic Review, December 2001, 91(5): 1539-1545. (Reprinted 2007 in Recent Advances in Behavioral Economics, Shlomo Maital Ed.)

Harbaugh, William T., Kate Krause, and Lise Vesterlund. Are Adults Better Behaved Than Children? Age, Experience, and the Endowment Effect.  Economics Letters, February 2001, 70(2), pp 175-181.

Harbaugh, William T. and Kate Krause.  Children’s Altruism in Public Good and Dictator Experiments. Economic Inquiry, January 2000, 38(10), pp 95-109.

Harbaugh, William T.  Valuing Children’s Health and Life. Proceedings of EPA conference on “Valuing Health for Environmental Policy with Special Emphasis on Children’s Health Issues, ” June 1999, Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C.

Harbaugh, William T.  The Prestige Motive for Making Charitable Transfers. American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, May 1998, 88(2), pp 277-82.

Harbaugh, William T. What Do Donations Buy?  Journal of Public Economics, February 1998, 67(2), pp 269-84.

Harbaugh, William T. If People Vote Because They Like To, Then Why Do So Many of Them Lie?  Public Choice, October 1996, 89(1-2), pp 63-76.