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- Creating a Constitution: Law, Democracy and Growth in Ancient Athens,Princeton University Press, 2019, https://press.princeton.edu/titles/30169.html
- Creating A New Moral Political Economy, Elements in Political Economy Series, Cambridge University Press (with Margaret Levi), under contract and in progress.
- Democratic Stability: A Long View. Annual Review of Political Science.Scheduled to appear in Volume 23.
- Carugati, F. (2019) "Tradeoffs of Inclusion: Development in Ancient Athens." Comparative Political Studies.https://doi.org/10.1177/0010414019843557.
- Carugati, F., J. Ober, and B.R. Weingast (forthcoming) "Is Development Uniquely Modern? Athens on the Doorstep." Public Choice.
- Carugati, F., J. Ober, and B.R. Weingast (2016) “Development and Political Theory in Classical Athens,” Polis: Journal for Ancient Greek Political Thought, 33(1): 71-91.
- Carugati, F., G.K. Hadfield, and B.R. Weingast (2015) “Building Legal Order in Ancient Athens,” Journal of Legal Analysis, 7(2): 291-324.
- Translated into Russian and reprinted in Actual Problems of Economics and Law Journal, Vol. 10(4): 2016.
- Carugati, F. (2014) “What is the Rule of Law Good For? Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law in Classical Athens,” Buffalo Law Review, 62 (1).
- The Rule of Law Through the Ages. In Routledge Handbook of the Rule of Law. Scheduled to appear in 2020.
- Democratic Collapse and Recovery: Athens 413-403. 2020. In When Democracy Breaks. The Tobin Project (with J. Ober). Scheduled to appear in 2020.
- Supply and Demand in Processes of State Formation: Evidence from Ancient Greece (with Mark Pyzyk). ABSTRACT.
- Judicial Review by the People Themselves: Constitutional Litigation in Ancient Athens (with Randall Calvert and Barry Weingast). ABSTRACT.
- Achieving Inclusion: Extending Access to the Rule of Law in Ancient Athens (with Gillian Hadfield and Barry Weingast). ABSTRACT.
Papers in progress
- The Autocratic Advantage: Information and Coercion in the Digital Age
- Courts for Algorithms: An Ancient Model for Reviewing Algorithmic Decision-Making
- The Institutional Foundations of Athenian Resilience: Trade, Law, and Recovery from the Peloponnesian War (with Andrew Hanssen and Robert Fleck).