Issar, Sukriti and Ishani Shukla (2022). Policy change and floor space index. Economic and Political Weekly, vol. 57, no. 25, 23-25.

Issar, Sukriti (2022). The Religious and Racial Geography of Late Nineteenth Century Bombay. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies,

Issar, Sukriti (2022). The Financialization of Floor Space, Mumbai 1880-2015. Urban Studies,

Issar, Sukriti (2021). Property, Custom and Religion in Early Nineteenth-Century Bombay. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, LII, 3, 401-421.

Issar, Sukriti and Matthias Dilling (2022). Analyzing Failed Institutional Change AttemptsPolitical Research Quarterly, vol. 75 (1), 203-215.

Issar, Sukriti. (2020). Conceptualizing the connections of formal and informal housing markets in low- and middle-income countries. Housing Studies, 02673037.2020.1831444.

Issar, Sukriti (2017). Codes of Contention: Building Regulations in Colonial Bombay, 1870-1912Journal of Historical Sociology, 30, 2: 164-188.

Logan, John, Sukriti Issar and Zengwang Xu (2016). Trapped in Place? Segmented Resilience to Hurricanes in the Gulf Coast, 1970-2005. Demography, 53, 1511-1534.

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:

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.


2021. When Attempts to Change Institutions Fail: The Case of the Affordable Care Act. OXPOL, the Oxford University Politics Blog. July 13 2021 (with Matthias Dilling).

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.