Mueller, Milton, Karl Grindal, Brenden Kuerbis, and Farzaneh Badiei. "Cyber Attribution: Can a New Institution Achieve Transnational Credibility?" The Cyber Defense Review 4, no. 1 (2019): 107-22.

Karl Grindal (2019) "Trade regimes as a tool for cyber policy", Digital Policy, Regulation and Governance, Vol. 21 No. 1, pp. 19-31

Milton Mueller and Karl Grindal (2019) "Data flows and the digital economy: information as a mobile factor of production", Digital Policy, Regulation and Governance, Vol. 21 No. 1, pp. 71-87

Author, "The Effect of Agency Backlogs on the Number of Freedom of Information Act Requests that Are Granted graduate thesis" (master's thesis, Georgetown University: 2011)


Project Editor, Cyber Conflict After Stuxnet: Essays from the Other Bank of the Rubicon (CCSA: 2016)

Project Editor, Is Authoritarianism Staging a Comeback (Atlantic Council: 2015) 

Associate Editor and Contributing Author,  A Fierce Domain: Conflict in Cyberspace, 1986-2012 (CCSA: 2013)

Contributor, Addressing Cyber Instability (CCSA: 2012)


Co-author, Persistent Engagement or Preparing the Battlefield? (Internet Governance Project, June 2019)

Co-author, Cyber Nationalism and Digital Trade: IGP Workshop Report (Internet Governance Project, June 2018)

Co-author, Can we Fight InfoOps Without Breaking the Internet? (Internet Governance Project, June 2018)

Author, Regulating Cyber through Trade Regimes (Internet Governance Project, March 2018)

Co-author, Opinion: A better tech platform for Hillary Clinton (Christian Science Monitor, July 2016)

Co-author, Legal Profession Prepare: Your IP Is Being Ransomed  (LegalTech News: 2015)

Co-author, Changing Cyber-Psychology (LegalTech News: 2015)