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Wright's writings include a book on the role the real estate mortgage crisis of the 1760s played in the American Revolution.
Wright is a board member of Historians Against Slavery, an NGO. He edits its books series with Cambridge University Press, "Slaveries Since Emancipation," and serves on HAS's public speakers bureau. He is also associated with the Museum of American Finance.
Wright, Robert E. (2008). One nation under debt: Hamilton, Jefferson, and the history of what we owe. New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN9780071543934.
Wright, Robert E. (2010). Bailouts: public money, private profit. New York: Columbia University Press. ISBN9780231521734.
Wright, Robert E. (2014). Corporation nation. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. ISBN9780812245646.
Wright, Robert E.; Sylla, Richard E. (2015). Genealogy of American finance. New York: Columbia University Press. ISBN9780231170260.
Wright, Robert E. (2017). Poverty of slavery: How unfree labor pollutes the economy. Palgrave Macmillan ISBN978-3-319-48968-1.
Wright, Robert E. (2012). "Capitalism in Early America: Rise of the Corporation Nation." In Gary Kornblith and Michael Zakim, eds., Capitalism Takes Command: The Social Transformation of Nineteenth Century America. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. ISBN9780226451107.
Wright, Robert E.; KIngston, Christopher. (2010) "The Deadliest of Games: The Institution of Dueling," Southern Economic Journal 76, 4:1094-1106.