"Reckoning with Race," by Gene Dattel, Essay for Yale Class (1966) Reunion Book May 2016
"The Untold Story of Reconstruction" by Gene Dattel, The New Criterion September 2015
"King Cotton" by Gene Dattel, The New Criterion October 2014
"Warnings from the Immortals," by Gene Dattel, The New Criterion March 2014
"Why Japan Can't Reform," by Gene Dattel, The International Economy Summer, 2013
"Beyond Black and White in the Mississippi Delta," by Gene Dattel, The New York Times December 1, 2012
"Ole Miss in 1962: The perspective from Yale" by Gene Dattel, The Clarion-Ledger, October 13, 2012
Book Review: "The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration," By Isabel Wilkerson, by Gene Dattel, The North Carolina Historical Review October, 2011
Book Review: King Cotton in Modern America by D. Clayton Brown. Journal of Mississippi History, Volume LXXIII No 2, Summer, 2011, p. 159.
"When Cotton Was King," by Gene Dattel, The New York Times, March 26, 2011
"Relics of a racist era," by Gene Dattel, Yale Daily News, February 24, 2011
"THE SOUTH'S Mighty Gamble on King Cotton", by Gene Dattel, American Heritage Magazine, Civil War
"Cotton, the Oil of the Nineteenth Century", by Gene Dattel, The International Economy, Winter 2010
“Cotton and the Civil War” Mississippi History Now, July, 2008.
“Cotton in a Global Economy” (Mississippi, 1800-1860), Mississippi History Now, October, 2006.
“Finance: The Abstract Strategic Industry,” January, 1999. White paper commissioned by U.S. Department of Defense.
Other Japan-related articles in: The Nihon Keizai Shimbun (Nikkei), Japan’s leading business journal , Orbis , USA Today
“Reflections of a Market Participant: Japanese and Asian Financial Institutions”, Eugene Dattel, The Asian Contagion (1999). ed. Karl Jackson (an anthology about the Asian financial turmoil of the late 1990s.)
“Nippon Nonsense Becomes Asian Nonsense,“ The International Economy, January/February, 1998
“Southern Hospitality” The International Economy, March/ April 1997 (the story of the sophisticated Confederate Erlanger bond which was issued in Europe during the Civil War.)
“Cultural Captivity: Japan’s Crippled Financial System,” World Policy Journal, Spring, 1996
“Nippon Nonsense,” The International Economy, November/December, 1995