• Mayr, Clemens & Karolina Zuchewicz. 2015. Exhaustification of Polish disjunctive questions. In Thuy Bui & Deniz Özildiz, Proceedings of the forty-fifth meeting of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS 45), 179-192. Amherst, MA: GLSA.
  • Mayr, Clemens. 2015. Plural definite NPs presuppose multiplicity via embedded exhaustification. In Sarah D'Antonio and Mia Wiegand, Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 25, 204-224. Ithaca, NY: CLC Publications.
  • Mayr, Clemens. 2014. Intervention effects and additivity. Journal of Semantics. 513-554.
  • Mayr, Clemens. 2013. Downward monotonicity in questions. In Emmanuel Chemla, Vincent Homer & Gregoire Winterstein (eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 17, 345-362. Paris: ENS.
  • Mayr, Clemens. 2013. Implicatures of modified numerals. In Ivano Caponigro & Carlo Cecchetto (eds.), From grammar to meaning: the spontaneous logicality of language, 139-171. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Mayr, Clemens. 2013. Consequences of an alternative semantics for the analysis of intervention effects. In Anamaria Falaus (ed.), Alternatives in Semantics, 123-149. Houndsville: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Mayr, Clemens. 2012. Focusing bound pronouns. Natural Language Semantics. 299-348.
  • Mayr, Clemens & Benjamin Spector. 2011. Not too strong! Generalizing the Scope Economy condition. In Martin Prinzhorn, Viola Schmitt & Sarah Zobel (eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 14, 305-321. Wien: U Wien.
  • Mayr, Clemens. 2011. Licensing focus on pronouns and the correct formulation of AvoidF. In Olivier Bonami & Patricia Cabredo Hofherr (eds.), Empirical Issues in Syntax and Semantics 8, 359-381. Paris: U Paris-Sorbonne.
  • Mayr, Clemens. 2010. On the necessity of phi-features: The case of Bavarian subject extraction. In Phoevos Panagiotidis (ed.), The Complementizer Phase: Subjects and wh-dependencies, 117-142. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Mayr, Clemens. 2010. Contrastive salient alternatives: Focus on bound pronouns. In Nan Li & David Lutz (eds.), Semantics and linguistic theory (SALT) 20, 161–178. Ithaca, NY: CLC Publications.
  • Mayr, Clemens. 2009. Stylistic inversion, symmetry, and in-situ subjects. Proceedings from the Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. 185-199.
  • Mayr, Clemens & Viola Schmitt. 2008. On extending the application domain of the CSC. In Natasha Abner & Jason Bishop (eds.), Proceedings of the 27th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, 318-325. Somerville, MA (USA): Cascadilla Proceedings Project.
  • Mayr, Clemens. 2008. On the lack of subject-object asymmetries. In Josh Tauberer, Aviad Eilam & Laurel MacKenzie (eds.), Penn Working Papers in Linguistics, 283-296. Philadelphia, PA (USA): U Penn.