Issar, Sukriti and Matthias Dilling (forthcoming). Analyzing Failed Institutional Change Attempts. Political Research Quarterly.
Issar, Sukriti. (forthcoming). Property, Custom and Religion in early nineteenth century Bombay. Journal of Interdisciplinary History.
Issar, Sukriti. 2020. Conceptualizing the connections of formal and informal housing markets in low- and middle-income countries. Housing Studies, doi.org/10.1080/ 02673037.2020.1831444
Logan, John, Sukriti Issar and Zengwang Xu. 2016. Trapped in Place? Segmented Resilience to Hurricanes in the Gulf Coast, 1970-2005. Demography, doi:10.1007/s13524-016-0496-4.
Issar, Sukriti. 2015. Codes of Contention: Building Regulations in Colonial Bombay, 1870-1912. Journal of Historical Sociology, doi: 10.1111/johs.12113.
Schleiter, Petra and Sukriti Issar. 2015. Constitutional Rules and Patterns of Government Termination: The Case of the UK Fixed-Term Parliaments Act. Government and Opposition. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/gov.2014.45.
Schleiter, Petra and Sukriti Issar. 2014. Fixed-term Parliaments and the Challenges for Governments and the Civil Service: A Comparative Perspective. The Political Quarterly, 85 (2): 178-186.
Issar, Sukriti. 2010. Multiple Program Participation and Exits from Food Stamps among Elders. Social Service Review, 84 (3): 437-460.
Cammett, Melani and Sukriti Issar. 2010. Bricks and Mortar Clientelism: Sectarianism and the Logics of Welfare Allocation in Lebanon. World Politics, 62 (3): 381-421.
Recipient of the George Award, Qualitative and Multi-method Research section, American Political Science Association, 2011.
2018. We have never been urban. Editorial. City, Vol. 22 (1): -4.1
2016. The Paradoxical Slum. Book review: The Durable Slum, by Liza Weinstein. City, Vol. 20 (1): 167-170.
Evidence to House of Commons Select Committee: Fixed-term Parliaments: The final year of a Parliament, January 2014 (with Petra Schleiter).
Book review: The Meaning of the Local: Politics of Place in Urban India , edited by Henrike Donner and Geer De Neve. City and Community, 7(1), 2008.