The following professional manucsripts are available to download in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format:

Probabilistic Values: Fairness, Group & Collective Action, Presented at The Social Dilemmas Conference, Brown University, May 15-16, 2015.

Experiments and Global Justice, (Norman Frohlich and Joe A. Oppenheimer (2013)

Political Principles, (2012, Cambriidge University Press) Some highlights of the book manuscript.

Rational Choice Theory (2010) in the Sage Encyclopedia of Political Theory

Paradox Lost: Explaining and Modeling Seemingly Random Individual Behavior in Social Dilemmas.  (Joe Oppenheimer,  Stephen Wendel & Norman Frohlich 2011). Journal of Theoretical Politics V23, 2(April): 165-187.  

Some Democracies are More Equal Than Others: Using Social Welfare As A Metric For Political Evaluation, (Joe Oppenheimer, Norman Frohlich, Maria Dimitriu & Cyrus Aghamolla) Presented at 2008 APSA meetings, Boston, Aug. 29, 2008.
An Analysis of Context-Dependent Preferences in Voluntary Contribution Games with Agent-Based Modeling. (Stephen Wendel & Joe Oppenheimer 2010)  Journal of Ecoonomic Psychology. 31: (June) 3: 269-284.  
Justice Preferences and the Arrow Problem (Frohlich and Oppenheimer 2007) (J of Theoretical Politics, 19 (4:Oct.): 363-390.
Demystifying Social Welfare: Needs and Social Justice in the Evaluation of Democracies    .  (Oppenheimer & Frohlich, 2007). Maryland Law Review, Vol. 67, No. 1: 85-122. (Available on my website.)
Universals, Knowledge Claims, and Methods, forthcoming in Universals in Politics, Ed.  Steve Elkin. (2006).
Skating on Thin Ice: Cracks in the Public Choice Foundation. (Frohlich & Oppenheimer) (J of Theoretical Politics, July 2006).
Optimal Policies and Socially Oriented Behavior: Some Problematic Effects of an Incentive Compatible Device. (Public Choice, December, 2003.): 273-293. [Special Issue: Essays in Memory of Mancur Olson].
Empirical Approaches to Normative Theory. (Frohlich & Oppenheimer) The Good Society. 11.2 (2002) 27-32
Why and How Democracies Limit Pluralism (Frajman, Frohlich and Oppenheimer, 2003)
Choosing (Frohlich & Oppenheimer, Fall, 2005)
Modeling Other-Regarding Preferences and an Experimental Test (Dictator Experiments with production). (Frohlich, Oppenheimer & Kurki) Public Choice, (2004)
Understanding, Modeling & Evaluating Conflict Resolution Techniques (Jan., 2001) (Frohlich, Kaufman and Oppenheimer)
Choosing from a Moral Point of View J of Interdisciplinary Economics (February, 2001) Vol.  12: 89-115.(Frohlich & Oppenheimer)
Some Doubts About Measuring Self-Interest Using Dictator Experiments J Ec Behavior & Org Vol.  46, No.  3(November, 2001): 271-290. (Frohlich, Oppenheimer and Moore)
Conflict & Negotiation in International Riparian Disputes (Hewitt, Kurki & Oppenheimer)
Problematic Effects of an Incentive Compatible Device  (Frohlich & Oppenheimer) Public Choice,  (2003), V.  117, No.  3-4 (December.): 273-293.
Information Aggregation by Majority Rule: Theory and Experiments (Krishna Ladha, Gary Miller and Joe Oppenheimer 1999 version).
How People Reason about Ethics (in Elements of Political Reason: Cognition, Choice and the Bounds of Rationality.  pp.  85 - 107. (eds. Arthur Lupia, Matthew McCubbins, and Sam Popkin).  Cambridge University Press, 2000) (Frohlich & Oppenheimer)
Kenneth Arrow, Welfare Aggregation and Progress in Political Theory, (1999). (Frohlich & Oppenheimer) published in Competition and Cooperation: Conversations with Nobelists about Economics and Political Science. eds James Alt, Margaret Levi, and Elinor Ostrom. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
Some Consequences of E-mail vs. Face to Face Communication in Experiments, (1998) Frohlich and Oppenheimer) Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. v. 35: No. 3 (Apr.). pp. 389 - 403.
Employee Versus Conventionally-Owned and Controlled Firms: An Experimental Analysis, Norman Frohlich, John Godard, Joe Oppenheimer and Fred Starke, (1998)  Managerial and Decision Economics, 19: 311-326.
A Role for Structured Observation in Ethics. by Norman Frohlich & Joe Oppenheimer, Published in Social Justice Research, March ‘97: v.  10, #1, pp.  1-21
Choosing Justice in Experimental Democracies with Production, by Frohlich, Norman & Joe A. Oppenheimer (1990). Published in The American Political Science Review, v. 84, #2 (June): pp. 461-477.
Choices of Principles of Distributive Justice in Experimental Groups.” American Journal of Political Science, v. 31, 3 (Aug, 1987): pp. 606 - 636. (coauthors: Cheryl Eavy and  Norman Frohlich)
Public Choice and Three Ethical Properties of Politics.  (1985) Public Choice 45: 241 - 255.
Beyond Economic Man (1984) (Frohlich, Oppenheimer, w Bond and Boschman.) Journal of Conflict Resolution v. 28, no. 1, March: 3-24.
Liberating the Industrious Tailor: The case for Ideology and Instrumentalism in the Social Sciences. (1982) (Abel, C. Frederick, and Joe A. Oppenheimer) Political Methodology, 8, no. 1, 39 - 60.
Modern Political Economy, Prentice Hall, 1978. ) [Norman Frohlich and Joe Oppenheimer]. s