I have just uploaded two recent working papers to SSRN.
1. "Theory, History, and the Great Recession," which is my contribution to the RAE symposium on Don Lavoie's "The Interpretive Dimension of Economics" paper from 1985 that was so influential on many of us in that era, yet never published other than as a working paper.
2. "From Rabbit Ears to Flat Screen: It’s Getting Better All the Time!" co-authored with Stewart Dompe is our contribution to Josh Hall's edited volume Homer Economicus: The Simpsons and Economics, which will be available this spring. In it, we use the evolution of the Simpson family's consumption patterns to illustrate the increased standard of living of the average American family that I have been blogging about in recent years.
Also, I don't think I ever linked to the following working paper available at the Mercatus site:
"The Great Recession and Its Aftermath from a Monetary Equilibrium Perspective" co-authored with Will Luther is our contribution to Steve Kates's second volume of alternative perspectives on the Great Recession.