Bullock, Graham. (2017).Green Grades: Can Information Save the Earth?” MIT Press.

Bullock, Graham, Johnson, Chris and Brian Southwell. (2017). “Activating values to stimulate organic food purchases: can advertisements increase pro-environmental intentions?Journal of Consumer Marketing.

Bullock, Graham and Alex Theodoridis. (2017).Addressing Concerns about Climate Policies: The Possibilities and Perils of Responsive Accommodation,” Environmental Politics.

Bullock, Graham. (In Press). “How to Counteract Consumer Product Misinformation,” Forthcoming chapter in Misinformation and Mass Audiences, University of Texas Press.

Bullock, Graham and Nicholas Trevino. In Press. “Energy and Fuel Efficiency Standards.” Forthcoming chapter in Today’s Environmental Issues: Democrats and Republicans, ABC-CLIO.

Bullock, Graham. (2017).Promoting Sustainable Management: World Wildlife Fund’s Hybrid Strategy to Change the Luxury Industry.” Sustainable Management of Luxury, Springer.

Bullock, Graham. (2016). “Information-Based Governance.” In Handbook of Theories of Governance, Edward Elgar.

Bullock, Graham, and Nick Wilder (Davidson College Class of ‘13). 2016. “The Comprehensiveness of Competing Higher Education Sustainability Assessments.” The International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 17 (3): 282-304.

Bullock, Graham. 2015. “Signaling the Credibility of Private Actors as Public Agents: Transparency, Independence, and Expertise in Environmental Evaluations of Products and Companies.” Business and Politics 17 (2): 177–219.  Available here.

Bullock, Graham. 2015. “Independent Labels? The Power behind Environmental Information about Products and Companies.” Political Research Quarterly 68 (1): 46–62.