Krampf, A. 2018. Israel Path to Neoliberalism: State, Continuity, Change. (Routledge) [Reviews: Assaf Zimring, in Israel Studies Review; Asher Schechter in The Tel Aviv Review of Books; Sai Englert in Reading Religion; Interview: TLV1]
Krampf, A. 2012. ‘The Origin of Israel’s Centralized Banking System: A Cost of Development?’ Economics Quarterly 59 (3-4).
Krampf, A. 2006. ‘The Theological Theory of Possessive Individualism’. Metaphora: Journal of Philosophy 6: 127-146 [Hebrew].
Edited Special Issues
Krampf, A. & B. Fritz (eds.) 2015. Coping with Crisis: Variations of Financial Crisis Management at the Regional Level, Special Issue in Contemporary Politics, 21(2).
Yonay, Y. & A. Krampf 2015. ‘Israel’. In V. Barnett (ed.), The Routledge Handbook to the History of Global Economic Thought, Routledge Press.
Krampf, A. 2012. ‘Translation of Central Banking to Developing Countries in the Post-World War II Period: The Case of the Bank of Israel.’ In The Globalization of Knowledge in History, Jürgen Renn (ed.). Max Planck Research Library for the History and Development of Knowledge, Studies 1. Berlin: Edition Open Access (2012).
Krampf, A. 2010. ‘Metaphysics of Factuality: Social Measurement in Israel in Historical and Comparative Perspectives’, in Yohay Hakak, Lea Kesen and Michal Kromer-Nevo (eds), Everything is Measurable?! Critical Aspects of Quantification and Rating, Ben-Gurion University Press 2010 (Hebrew).
Book reviews/Review articles
Krampf, A. 2013. The Life Cycles of Competing Policy Norms Localizing European and Developmental Central Banking Ideas. KFG Working Paper 2013 KFG ‘Transforming Power of Europe’, Freie Universität, Berlin.
Krampf, A. 2012. The Consolidation of the Global Norm on Price Stability: From International Coordination to Rule-Based Monetary Regime. KFG Working Paper, KFG ‘Transforming Power of Europe’, Freie Universität, Berlin.
Krampf, A. 2010. Central Banking in a Developmental State: The Case of the Bank of Israel in the Postwar Period. Jerusalem Papers on Regulation & Governance Paper No. 23, August.