Frank, Robert H., 2012, Thoughts on the Micro Principles Course, in International Handbook on Teaching and Learning Economics, eds Gail Hoyt, Kim Marie McGoldrick, Edward Elgar Publishing.
Heffetz, Ori; Frank, Robert H., 2011, Preferences for Status: Evidence and Economic Implications, in Handbook of Social Economics, eds Jess Benhabib, Alberto Bisin, and Matthew Jackson, Elsevier.
Frank, Robert H., 2011, Why Do Americans Save So Little and Does It Matter?, in Thrift and Thriving in America: Capitalism and Moral Order from the Puritans to the Present, eds Joshua Yates, James Davison Hunter, Oxford University Press.
Frank, Robert H., 2010, Principles of Microeconomics, in The Heart of Teaching Economics: Lessons from Leading Minds, eds Simon W. Bowmaker, Edward Elgar Publishing.
Frank, Robert H., 2010, Relative Deprivation, Inequality and Consumer Spending in the United States, in Beyond the Consumption Bubble, eds Karin M. Ekstrom, Kay Glans, Routledge.
Frank, Robert H., 2008, On the Evolution of Moral Sentiments, in Foundations of Evolutionary Psychology, eds Charles Crawford, Dennis L. Krebs, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Frank, Robert H., 2008, The Status of Moral Emotions in Consequentialist Moral Reasoning, in Moral Markets: The Critical Role of Values in the Economy, eds Paul J. Zak, Princeton University Press.
Frank, Robert H., 2007, Income Inequality and the Protestant Ethic, in On Capitalism, eds Victor Nee, Richard Swedberg, Stanford University Press.
Frank, Robert H., 2006, Cooperation Through Moral Commitment, in Novartis Foundation Symposium 278 - Empathy and Fairness, eds Greg Bock, Jamie Goode, John Wiley & Sons.
Frank, Robert H., 2005, Does Absolute Income Matter?, in Economics and Happiness: Framing the Analysis, Oxford Scholarship Online Monographs.
Frank, Robert H., 2005, Conflict of interest as an objection to consequentialist moral reasoning, in Conflicts of Interest: Challenges and Solutions in Business, Law, Medicine and Public Policy, eds Don A. Moore, Daylian M. Cain, George Loewenstein, Max H. Bazerman, Cambridge University Press.
Frank, Robert H., 2005, Remedies for the Savings Shortfall, in In Search of Retirement Security, eds Teresa Ghilarducci, Van Doorn Ooms, John L. Palmer, Catherine Hill, Century Foundation Press.
Frank, Robert H., 2005, Departures from Rational Choice: With and Without Regret, in The Law and Economics of Irrational Behavior, eds Francesco Parisi, Vernon Smith, Stanford University Press.
Frank, Robert H., 2004, Introducing Moral Emotions Into Models of Rational Choice, in Feelings and Emotions: The Amsterdam Symposium, eds Antony S. R. Manstead, Nico Frijda, Agneta Fischer, Cambridge University Press.
Frank, Robert H., 2003, L'Amore, in Che Cos'e l'Amor : cio che avete sempre saputo sull'amore ma non siete mai riusciti a spiegarvi, eds Lalli C., Bacchini F., Baldini Castoldi Dalai.
Frank, Robert H., 2002, Adaptive Rationality and the Moral Emotions, in Handbook of Affective Sciences, eds Richard J. Davidson, Klaus R. Scherer, H. Hill Goldsmith, Oxford University Press.
Frank, Robert H., 2002, Adaptive Rationality and the Moral Emotions, in Handbook of Affective Sciences, eds R.J. Davidson, Klaus Scherer, and H. Hill Goldsmith, Oxford UP.
Frank, Robert H., 2002, Cooperation through Emotional Commitment, in Evolution and the Capacity for Commitment, eds Randolph Nesse, Russell Sage Foundation.
Frank, Robert H., 2000, Departures from Rational Choice: The Challenge for Public Policy, in Unconventional Wisdom: Alternative Perspectives on the New Economy, eds Jeffrey Madrick, Century Fund Press.
Frank, Robert H., 2000, Progressive Taxation and the Incentive Problem, in Does Atlas Shrug? The Economic consequences of Taxing the Rich, eds Joel Slemrod, Harvard UP and Russell Sage Foundation.
Frank, Robert H., 1998, Winner-Take-All Markets and Wage Discrimination, in The New Institutionalism in Sociology, eds Mary Brinton and Victor Nee, Russell Sage Foundation.
Frank, Robert H., 1998, Social Norms as Positional Arms Control Agreements, in Economics, Values, and Organization, eds Louis Putterman and Avner Ben Ner, Cambridge UP.