Osberd, Lars. Economic Policy Variables and Population Health. pp. 579-610 in Determinants of Health: Settings and Issues. Vol. 3 of Canadian Health Action: Building on the Legacy, Editions Multimondes, Sainte Foy, 1998.
Martin, R. and Lars Osberg, "Producer Cartels: Trade Unions of the Third World" in The International Law and Policy of Human Welfare, edited by R. St. J. MacDonald, 501-526. Netherlands: Sijthoff and Noordhoff, Alphen Aan den Rijn, 1978.
Osberg, Lars, "Remarks at the Workshop on Cost of Inaction," in The Brundtland Challenge and the Cost of Inaction, edited by A. Davidson, and M. Dence, 33-39. Halifax: The Royal Society of Canada/Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1988.
Osberg, Lars, "Structural Change in North American Labour Markets," in Transition and Structural Change in the North American, edited by M.C. Abbott, C. Beach & R. Chaykowski, 350-356. Kingston, Ontario: Industrial Relations Centre Press, 1997.
Osberg, Lars,"Book Review of Beyond GDP: Measuring Welfare and Assessing Sustainability," review of Beyond GDP: Measuring Welfare and Assessing Sustainability, by Didier Blanchet and Marc Fleurbaey, Journal of Economic Inequality, July 2015.
Osberg, Lars and Andrew Sharpe, "Has Economic Well-being improved in Canada and the United States?" in What has happened to the Quality of Life in the Advanced Industrial Nations, edited by N. Wolff, 123-152, Edward Elgar Publishers, Cheltenham, 2004.
Osberg, Lars and Andrew Sharpe, "An Index of Economic Well-being for Canada," Research Paper R-99-3E,,Applied Research Branch, Strategic Policy, Human Resource Development Canada, Hull, Quebec, December 1998.
Osberg, Lars, "Understanding Growth and Inequality Trends: The Role of Labour Supply in the U.S.A and Germany," (revised version of paper originally presented at CSLS/IRPP Conference on “Linkages between Economic Growth and Inequality” Chateau Laurier Hotel, Ottawa, January 26, 2001).
Osberg, Lars, "Trends in Poverty: The UK in International Perspective - How Rates Mislead and Intensity Matters," Working Papers of the Institute for Social and Economic Research, paper 2002-10. Colchester: University of Essex. 2002.