- Brian G. Southwell, J.T. Hamilton, and Jonathan S. Slater. ""Why Addressing the Poor and Underserved is Vexing"." Health Communication 26.6 (2011): 583-585.
- J.T. Hamilton. ""Measuring Spillovers in Markets for Local Public Affairs Coverage"." The Oxford Handbook of Political Communication.
Ed. Kate Kenski and Kathleen Hall Jamieson Oxford University Press, Forthcoming 2012
- Sarah Cohen, J. T. Hamilton, and Fred Turner. ""Computational Journalism: How Computer Scientists Can Empower Journalists, Democracy's Watchdogs, in the Production of News in the Public Interest"." Communications of the ACM 54.10 (2011): 66-71.
- J.T. Hamilton. ""What's the Incentive to Save Journalism?"." Will the Last Reporter Please Turn Out the Lights: The Collapse of Journalism and What Can be Done to Fix It.
Ed. Robert W. McChesney and Victor Pickard New Press, 2011: 277-288.
- J.T. Hamilton. "The (Many) Missing Markets for International News: How News From Abroad Sells at Home"." Journalism Studies 11.5 (2010): 650-666.
- J.T. Hamilton. Conserving Data in the Conservation Reserve Program: How a Regulatory Program Runs on Imperfect Information. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future Press, 2010.
- Scott de Marchi and J.T. Hamilton. You Are What You Choose: The Habits of Mind that Really Determine How We Make Decisions. New York: Portfolio (Penguin Group), 2009.
- J.T. Hamilton. "News That Sells: Media Competition and News Content." Japanese Journal of Political Science 8.1 (2007): 7-42.
- Scott de Marchi and J.T. Hamilton. "Assessing the Accuracy of Self-Reported Data: An Evaluation of the Toxics Release Inventory." Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 32 (2006): 57-76.
- J.T. Hamilton. "Environmental Equity and the Siting of Hazardous Waste Facilities in OECD Countries: Evidence and Policies." The Distributional Effects of Environmental Policy...
Ed. Yse Serret and Nick Johnstone Edward Elgar and OECD, 2006
- J.T. Hamilton. Regulation Through Revelation: The Origin and Impacts of the Toxics Release Inventory Program. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005.
- J.T. Hamilton. "The Market and the Media." Institutions of American Democracy: The Press.
Ed. Overholser and Jamieson Oxford University Press, 2005
- J.T. Hamilton. "Environmental Equity and the Siting of Hazardous Waste Facilities in OECD Countries: Evidence and Policies." International Yearbook of Environmental and Resource Economics 2005/2006.
Ed. Tietenberg and Folmer Edward Elgar, 2005
- J.T. Hamilton. "Co-editor and Co-organizer for conference volume entitlted "News in the Public Interest: A Free and Subsidized Press"." Reilly Center, Manship School of Mass Communications, Louisiana State University. (2004).
- J.T. Hamilton. All the News That's Fit to Sell: How the Market Transforms Information into News. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004.
- J.T. Hamilton. "Media Coverage of Corporate Social Responsibility." (2003). Working paper for Shorenstein Center on
Press and Public Policy
- J.T. Hamilton with Ted Gayer and W. Kip Viscusi. "The Market Value of Reducing Cancer Risk: Hedonic Housing Prices with Changing Information." Southern Economic Journal 69.2 (2002): 266-289.
- J.T. Hamilton with Ted Gayer and W. Kip Viscusi. "Private Values of Risk Tradeoffs at Superfund Site: Housing Market Evidence on Learning about Risk." Review of Economics and Statistics 82.3 (August, 2000): 439-451.
- J.T. Hamilton. Channeling Violence: The Economic Market for Violent Television Programming. Princeton University Press, paperback edition, 2000.
- J.T. Hamilton with Kip Viscusi. "How Costly is 'Clean'?: An Analysis of the Benefits and Costs of Superfund Site Remediations." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 18.1 (Winter, 1999): 2-27.
- J.T. Hamilton with W. Kip Viscusi. "Are Risk Regulators Rational? Evidence From Hazardous Waste Cleanup Decisions." American Economic Review 89.4 (September, 1999): 1010-1027.
- J.T. Hamilton. "Exercising Property Rights to Pollute: Do Cancer Risks and Politics Affect Plant Emission Reductions?." Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 18.2 (August, 1999): 105-124.
- J.T. Hamilton with W. Kip Viscusi. Calculating Risks? The Spatial and Political Dimensions of Hazardous Waste Policy. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1999.
- Television Violence and Public Policy.
Edited by J. T. Hamilton. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1998. (Paperback edition 2000)
- J.T. Hamilton. Channeling Violence: The Economic Market for Violent Television Programming. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1998. (Paperback edition 2000)
- J.T. Hamilton with W. Kip Viscusi and P. Christen Dockins. "Conservative versus Mean Risk Assessments: Implications for Superfund Policies." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 34 (November, 1997): 187-206.
- J.T. Hamilton. "Taxes, Torts, and the Toxics Release Inventory: Congressional Voting on Instruments to Control Pollution." Economic Inquiry 35.4 (October, 1997): 745-762.
- J.T. Hamilton with W. Kip Viscusi. "The Benefits and Costs of Regulatory Reforms for Superfund." Stanford Environmental Law Journal 16.2 (May, 1997): 159-198.
- J.T. Hamilton with W. Kip Viscusi. "Cleaning Up Superfund." The Public Interest 124 (Summer, 1996): 52-60.
- J.T. Hamilton with Helen F. Ladd. "Biased Ballots? The Impact of Ballot Structure on North Carolina Elections in 1992." Public Choice 87 (June, 1996): 259-280.
- J.T. Hamilton with John Brehm. "Noncompliance in Environmental Reporting: Are Violators Ignorant, or Evasive, of the Law?." American Journal of Political Science 40.2 (May, 1996): 444-477.
- J.T. Hamilton. "Private Interests in 'Public Interest' Programming: An Economic Assessment of Broadcaster Incentives." Duke Law Journal 45.6 (1996): 1177-1192.
- J.T. Hamilton. "Going by the *(Informal) Book: The EPA's Use of Informal Rules in Enforcing Hazardous Waste Laws." Reinventing Government and The Problem of Bureaucracy.
Ed. Gary Libecap Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1996: 109-155.
- J.T. Hamilton. "Testing for Environmental Racism: Prejudice, Profits, Political Power?." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 14.1 (Winter, 1995): 107-132.
- J.T. Hamilton. "Pollution as News: Media and Stock Market Reactions to the Toxics Release Inventory Data." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 28 (January, 1995): 98-113.
- J.T. Hamilton with W. Kip Viscusi. "Human Health Risk Assessments for Superfund." Ecology Law Quarterly 21.3 (1994): 573-641. (Revised version published as "The Magnitude
and Policy Implications of Health Risks
from Hazardous Waste Sites," in Richard L.
Revesz and Richard B. Stewart (eds.),
Analyzing Superfund: Economics, Science,
and Law (Washington: Resources for the
Future, 1995), 55-81; reprinted in part in
Richard L. Revesz (ed.) Foundations of
Environmental Law and Policy (New York:
Oxford University Press, 1997), 256-263)
- J.T. Hamilton with Christopher H. Schroeder. "Strategic Regulators and the Choice of Rulemaking Procedures: The Selection of Formal and Informal Rules in Regulating Hazardous Waste." Law and Contemporary Problems 57 (Winter/Spring 1994): 111-160.
- J.T. Hamilton. "Special editor and organizer for conference volume entitled "Regulating Regulation: The Political Economy of Administrative Procedures and Regulatory Instruments." Law and Contemporary Problems 57 (Winter/Spring 1994).
- J.T. Hamilton. "Politics and Social Costs: Estimating the Impact of Collective Action on Hazardous Waste Facilities." Rand Journal of Economics 24.1 (Spring, 1993): 101-125. (Reprinted in Roger D. Congleton (ed.), The
Political Economy of Environmental
Protection: Analysis and Evidence (Ann
Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996)
- J.T. Hamilton with Victor Hasselblad. "The Toxics Release Inventory: Information Provision and Pollution Reduction." (1993). Case Study
- J.T. Hamilton with Frederick Mayer. "Hazardous Waste in North Carolina." (1992). Case Study
- J.T. Hamilton. "Lower Pay for Analysis: Greater Rewards are Offered Those Writing Economics from Human Interest and Political Viewpoints." Nieman Reports XLV (Fall, 1991).
- J.T. Hamilton. "Politics and Social Cost: Hazardous Waste Facilities in a Truly Coasian World." Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs Working Paper (June, 1991).
- J.T. Hamilton. "Missing and the Mark(et) in Siting Hazardous Waste Facilities." Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum I (1991).
- J.T. Hamilton with Charles Brown and James Medoff. Employers Large and Small. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1990.
- J.T. Hamilton with Henry Lee. "Rapporteur's Report: Executive Session on Northeast Electric Power Policy." Discussion Paper Series Energy and Environmental Policy Center, Kennedy School of Government. (May, 1987).
- J.T. Hamilton with Joseph P. Kalt. The FACS/Ford Study of Economic and Business Journalism. Los Angeles: Foundation for American Communications and the Ford Foundation, 1987.
- J.T. Hamilton with Joseph P. Kalt and Henry Lee. "A Review of the Adequacy of Electric Power Generating Capacity in the United States, 1985-93-Beyond." Discussion Paper Series Discussion Paper Series, Energy and Environmental Policy Center, Kennedy School of Government. (June, 1986).