Paul Seabright, The Company of Strangers: A Natural History of Economic Life, Princeton University Press, May 2004, 255 pages.
Paul Seabright, “Blood and Bribes: Ethical Restraints to Trade”, in Globalization, Culture and the Limits of the Market, Stephen Cullenberg, and Prasanta Pattanaik (eds.), Oxford University Press, 2004.
Paul Seabright, “Conflicts of Objectives and Task Allocation in Aid Agencies: general issues and applications to the European Union”, in The Institutional Economics of Foreign Aid, Bertin Martens (ed.), Cambridge University Press, April 2002.
Charles Ng, and Paul Seabright, “Competition, Privatisation and Productive Efficiency: Evidence from the Airline Industry”, The Economic Journal, vol. 111, n. 473, July 2001.
Wendy Carlin, Steven Fries, Mark Schaffer, and Paul Seabright, “Barter and Non-Monetary Transactions in Transition Economies: Evidence from a Cross-Country Survey”, in The Vanishing Rouble: Barter Networks and Non-Monetary Transactions in Post-Soviet Societies, Paul Seabright (ed.), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, chapter 4, 2000, pp. 93–113.
Paul Seabright (ed.), The Vanishing Rouble: Barter Networks and Non-Monetary Transactions in Post-Soviet Societies, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000, 402 pages.
Damien Neven, Pénélope Papandropoulos, and Paul Seabright, Trawling for Minnows: European Competition Policy and Agreements between Firms, London: Center for Economic Policy Research, 1998.
Paul Seabright, “Transferability of Collective Property Rights: does trade destroy trust?”, in Property Relations, Incentives and Welfare, John E. Roemer (ed.), London: Palgrave Macmillan, March 1997.
John Fingleton, Eleanor Fox, Damien Neven, and Paul Seabright, Competition Policy and the Transformation of Central Europe, London: Center for Economic Policy Research, August 1996.