Partial List of Books and Articles:

·         Responding to Oberholzer-Gee & Strumpf’s Attempt to Resurrect Their Piracy Paper

·         Replicating Four 'Quasi-Experiments' and Three Facts from Oberholzer-Gee/Strumpf's Piracy Article

·         “Paradise Lost or Fantasy Island? The Payment to Authors without Copyright Protection in 19th Century America” Journal of Law & Economics, forthcoming August 2017.

·         “The Case for Copyright” George Mason Law Review forthcoming summer 2017.

·         “Why The Oberholzer-Gee/Strumpf File-Sharing Article Is Not Credible”  Econ Journal Watch, 13(3) September 2016, pp 373-396. Lead article.

·         “The Internet as a Celestial TIVO” with Alejandro Zentner, Journal of Cultural Economics, 40(3), August 2016, pp. 285-308.

·         “Unbundling Copyright from Patents to Inform the Analysis of Notice Costs and Monopoly” Boston University Law Review, May 2016, Vol 96: 1149-1169.

·         “How much of the Decline in Sound Recording Sales is due to File-Sharing?” Journal of Cultural Economics, 40(1), Feb 2016, pp. 13-28. Lead article.

·         “A Critique of Copyright Criticisms,” George Mason Law Review, Summer 2015, 22(4) 43-58.

·         “Willful Blindness: The Inefficient Reward Structure in Academic Research” Economic Inquiry, October 2014, 52 (4), 1267-83

·         “The Troubled Path of the Lock-In Movement” (with Steve Margolis) Journal of Competition Law and Economics, 9(1) 2013, 125-152.

·          Clash of the Titans: The Internet as a competitor to Television” (with Alejandro Zentner), Review of Economics and Statistics 2012.

·          “What are the Economic Impacts of Micropayments for Intellectual Properties?” in Competition, Innovation and Intellectual Property (Edited by G. Ramello and M. Scherer), Routledge, 2012.

·         Is Efficient Copyright a Reasonable Goal?” George Washington Law Review, Vol. 79, Issue 6, September 2011, p1692-1711.

·         "ARMs, Not Subprimes, Caused the Mortgage Crisis," The Economists' Voice Vol. 6: Iss. 12, Article 4 (2009).

·         "Anatomy of a Train Wreck: Causes of the Mortgage Meltdown Chapter 2 in Housing America: Building Out Of a Crisis, Benjamin Powell, Randall Holcomb, eds., Transaction Publishers, 2009

·         "Bundles of Joy: The Ubiquity and Efficiency of Bundles in New Technology Markets" (with Stephen Margolis) Journal of Competition Law & Economics 1 Vol. 5, March 2009, pp. 1-48. Lead Article.

·         “Testing File-Sharing’s Impact on Music Album Sales in Cities” Management Science, (4) Vol. 54 April 2008, pp. 852-859.

·         How best to Best Ensure Remuneration for Creators in the Market for Music? Copyright and its Alternatives” (with Richard Watt), Journal of Economic Surveys, 4 Vol. 20, September 2006, pp. 513-545.

·         ”File-Sharing: Creative Destruction or just Plain Destruction?” Journal of Law and Economics April, 2006, p1-28. Lead Article.

·         ”Seventeen Famous Economists Weigh in on Copyright: The Role of Theory, Empirics and Network Effects ” (with Steve Margolis) Harvard Journal of Law and Technology 2 Vol. 18, pp. 435-457 (Spring 2005)

·         Economists' Topsy-turvy View of PiracyReview of Economic Research on Copyright Issues, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 5-17, 2005 (part of a symposium on my concept of indirect appropriability). Lead Article.

·         Pitfalls in Measuring the Impact of File-sharing.” CESifo Economic Studies Vol. 51, 2-3/2005, pp. 435-473.

·         The Elusive Symbiosis: The Impact of Radio on the Record IndustryThe Review of Economic Research on Copyright Issues Vol. 1, pp.93-118 2004.

·          Will MP3 downloads Annihilate the Record Industry? The Evidence so FarAdvances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Growth, V. 15, 2004, pp. 229-260.

·          Re-thinking the Networked Economy: The Real Forces that Drive the Digital Marketplace, Amacom Press, 2002.

·         The Economics of Qwerty, Liebowitz and Margolis articles edited by Peter Lewin, NYU/MacMillan, 2002.

·         “An Expensive Pig in a Poke: Estimating the Costs of the District Court’s Proposed Breakup of Microsoft,” George Mason Law Review, 2001.

·         Winners, Losers, & Microsoft: Competition and Antitrust in High Technology, Independent Institute, revised softcover edition 2001, hardcover 1999. (with Margolis)

·         “Network Effects and the Microsoft Case” in Dynamic Competition and Public Policy:  Technology, Innovation, and Antitrust Issues, Edited by Jerry Ellig, Cambridge University Press, 2001. (with Margolis)

·         “Network Economics” in the Handbook of Telecommunications Economics, Elsevier Science, 2001 (with Margolis).

·         “Path Dependence” entry in the Encyclopedia of Law and Economics, Edward Elgar, 2000, 981-999 (with Margolis).

·         "Path Dependence" entry in The New Palgraves Dictionary of Economics and the Law, MacMillan, 1998 (with Steve Margolis).

·         "Network Externality" entry in The New Palgraves Dictionary of Economics and the Law, MacMillan, 1998 (with Steve Margolis).

·         "Mortgage Discrimination in Boston: Where's the Bias?" (with Ted Day), Economic Inquiry, January 1998, pp.1-27. Lead article.

·         "Should Technology Choice be a Concern for Antitrust?" (with Steve Margolis), Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, Summer 1996, pp. 283-318.

·         "Path Dependence, Lock-In and History" (with Steve Margolis), Journal of Law, Economics and Organization, April, 1995.

·         "Are Network Externalities A New Source of Market Failure?" (with Steve Margolis), Research in Law and Economics, 1995. Lead article.

·         "Network Externality: An Uncommon Tragedy" (with Stephen E. Margolis), The Journal of Economic Perspectives, Spring 1994, pp. 133-150.

·         "The Fable of the Keys" (with Stephen E. Margolis), Journal of Law and Economics, April 1990, pp. 1-26. Lead article. French Translation.

·         "Price Differentials and Price Discrimination", Economic Inquiry, October 1988, pp. 779-83.

·         "Assessing Assessments of the Quality of Economics Departments," (with John Palmer), Quarterly Review of Economics and Business, Summer 1988, pp. 88-113.

·         "Some Puzzling Behavior by the Owners of Intellectual Products," Contemporary Policy Issues, July, 1987, pp. 44-53.

·         "On the Measurement and Mismeasurement of Monopoly Power," International Review of Law and Economics, June 1987, pp. 89-99.

·         "Copyright Law, Photocopying and Price Discrimination," Research in Law and Economics, 1986, pp. 181-200.

·         "Copying and Indirect Appropriability: Photocopying of Journals," Journal of Political Economy, October 1985, pp. 945-957.

·         "Assessing the Relative Impacts of Economic Journals," (with John Palmer) Journal of Economic Literature, March 1984, pp. 77-88.

·         "Tie-in Sales, Risk Reduction and Price Discrimination," Economic Inquiry, July 1983, pp. 387-399.

·         "Price Discrimination by Journal Publishers: Its impact on Copyright Law and Photocopying," European Intellectual Property Review, July 1983, pp. 184-189.

·         "The Pricing Practices of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario: Revisited," Canadian Journal of Economics, February 1983, (with Guy Bridgeman) pp. 154-161.

·         "What Do Census Price-Cost Margins Measure?" Journal of Law and Economics, October, 1982, pp. 231-246.

·         "Durability, Market Structure and New-Used Goods Models," American Economic Review, September, 1982, pp. 816-824.

·         "The Impacts of Cable Retransmission on Television Broadcasters," Canadian Journal of Economics, August, 1982, pp. 503-524.

·         "Measuring Industrial Disequilibria," Southern Economic Journal, July 1982, pp. 119-136.

·         "Journals as Shared Goods: Comment," American Economic Review, June, 1982 (with S. E. Margolis), pp. 597-602.