Books & Edited Volumes:

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

Frohlich, Norman & Joe A. Oppenheimer, eds. (2003). Essays in Honor of Mancur Olson. Special symposium in Public Choice. V.  117, No.  3-4, December.

Morris, Irwin, Joe A.  Oppenheimer, and Karol Soltan, eds. (2004) Politics from Anarchy to Democracy: Rational Choice in Political Science. Stanford University Press.

Oppenheimer, Joe A. Piotr Swistak, and John Wallis, eds. (2003), "On the Shoulders of a Giant: Essays in Honor of Mancur Olson." Special volume of Journal of Theoretical Politics. vol 15 num. 3. July.

Oppenheimer, Joe A. Piotr Swistak, and John Wallis, eds. (2003), "On the Shoulders of a Giant: Essays in Honor of Mancur Olson." Special symposium in Economics and Politics.vol.  15, no. 2, July.

Beach, Heather, Joey Hewitt, Edy Kaufman, Joe Oppenheimer, Aaron Wolfe and Ariel Dinar, Transboundary Freshwater Dispute Resolution: Theory, Practice and Annotated References.  Tokyo. United Nations University Press, 2000.

Choosing Justice: An Experimental Approach to Ethical Theory, Berkeley: University of California Press.  Co-authored with Norman Frohlich, 1992. (Paperback edition, 1993)

Modern Political Economy, Prentice Hall, 1978.  Norman Frohlich and Joe Oppenheimer. Translated into Portuguese by A. M. Schiavenatto & L. de Toledo Filho, as Economia Politca Moderna and published by the University of Brasilia Press, 1982.  Translation into Japanese by Professors Assoc. Prof. Sukehiro Hosono and Hiroshi Yoda, 1990.

Political Leadership and Collective Goods, Princeton University Press, 1971. Co-authored with Norman Frohlich and Oran Young.  [Excerpted in translation and published as a chapter in Lecturas de Teoria Politica Positiva, ed. Josep M. Colomer. Barcelona, Spain: Libros de Bolsillo, Instituto de Estudios Fiscales. 1990.]

Monographs and Contributed Chapters to Books:

"Universals, Knowledge Claims, and Methods," forthcoming in Universals in Politics, Ed.  Steve Elkin. (2006).

Morris, Irwin and Joe A.  Oppenheimer (2004). "Politics from Anarchy to Democracy: an     Introduction," in Irwin Morris, Joe A.  Oppenheimer, and Karol Soltan, eds. Politics from Anarchy to Democracy Stanford University Press.  

Frohlich, Norman and Joe A. Oppenheimer (2000). “How People Reason about Ethics and the Role of Experiments: Content and Methods of Discovery.” in Elements of Political Reason: Understanding and Expanding the Limits of Rationality. pp.  85 - 107. (eds. Arthur Lupia, Matthew McCubbins, and Sam Popkin).  Cambridge University Press.

Frohlich, Norman and Joe A. Oppenheimer (1999). “Values, Policies, and Citizen Competence: An Experimental Perspective.” in Citizen Competence and Democratic Institutions. (Stephen L. Elkin and Karol E. Soltan, eds.) The Pennsylvania State Univ. Press.  pp.  161-187.

Frohlich, Norman and Joe Oppenheimer (1999) “Kenneth Arrow, Welfare Aggregation and Progress in Political Theory,” in Taking Economics Seriously: Conversations with Nobelists about Economics and Political Science. eds. James Alt, Elinor Ostrom, and Margaret Levi.  (Russell Sage Foundation, New York).  pp.  4 - 33.

Frohlich, Norman and Joe A. Oppenheimer (1998) “Solving Collective Action Problems with Fairness: Some Problems in Policy Design” in Designing Institutions for Resource and Environmental Management (Marc Kilgour and Edna Loehmann, eds.) Edward Elgar Publishing, Limited.

Just, Richard E., George Frisvold, Verna Harrison, William Matuszeski, Joe Oppenheimer and David Zilberman. (1998) “Using Bargaining Theory and Economic Analysis as an Aid to Trans-Boundary Water Cooperation,” in R.E. Just and S. Netanyahu, eds.  Conflict and Cooperation on Trans-Boundary Water Resources, New York: Kluwer, pp. 411-426.

Frohlich, Norman and Joe A. Oppenheimer (1996), “Ethical Problem when Moving to Markets: Gaining Efficiency While Keeping an Eye on Distributive Justice,” (1996) with Norman Frohlich. Arieh Ullmann and Alfred Lewis, eds. Privatitization and Entrepreneurship: The Managerial Challenge in Central and Eastern Europe, in the International Management Series published by Haworth Press, Erdener Kaynak, Senior Editor. (International Business Press, New York, 1996): pp. 11-26.

“Formal Rational Choice Theory: A Cumulative Science of Politics” in The State of the Discipline, ed. Ada W. Finifter (APSA: Washington, DC., 1993), pp. 77-104. Coauthored with David Lalman and Piotr Swistak.