Ismaili, K. (ed.) (2nd Edition) (2017). U.S. Criminal Justice Policy: A Contemporary Reader. Boston: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.
Ismaili, K., Sprott, J. and Varma, K. (eds.) (2012). Canadian Criminal Justice Policy: Contemporary Perspectives. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
Ismaili, K. (ed.) (2011). U.S. Criminal Justice Policy: A Contemporary Reader. Boston: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.
Articles and Book Chapters:
Ismaili, K., Sprott, J. and Varma, K. (eds.) (2012). Introduction: Thinking about Canadian criminal justice policy. In K. Ismaili, J. Sprott and K. Varma (eds.) Canadian Criminal Justice Policy: A Contemporary Reader. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
Ismaili, K. (2011). Immigration, immigrants, and the shifting dynamics of social exclusion in Canada (pp. 88-105). In B. Perry (ed.) Diversity, Crime and Justice in Canada. Toronto: Oxford University Press. [Revised version in 2nd Edition (2016)].
Ismaili, K. (2011). Thinking about criminal justice policy: Process, players, and politics. In K. Ismaili (ed.) U.S. Criminal Justice Policy: A Contemporary Reader. Boston: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. [Revised version in 2nd Edition (2017)].
Ismaili, K. (2010). Surveying the many fronts of the war on immigrants in post 9/11 U.S. society. Contemporary Justice Review, 13(1): 71-93.
Ismaili, K. (2006). Contextualizing the criminal justice policy-making process. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 17(3): 255-269. [Reprinted in G. Furst (2008) (ed.). Contemporary Readings in Criminology. Sage Publications, Inc].
Ismaili, K. (2005). Some reflections on the origins and implications of mass incarceration in the United States. Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 44(2): 411-419.
Ismaili, K. (2003). Explaining the cultural and symbolic and resonance of zero tolerance In contemporary criminal justice. Contemporary Justice Review,6(3): 255-264.
Sacco, V. and Ismaili, K. (2001). Social problems claims and the undefended border: The case of Canada and the United States (pp. 19-37). In J. Best (ed.) How Claims Spread: Cross-National Diffusion of Social Problems. Hawthorne, N.Y.: Aldine de Gruyter.
Ismaili, K. (2000). Workplace crime (pp. 530-533). In D. Luckenbill and D. Peck (eds.) Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior, Vol.II. London: Taylor and Francis Publishing.
Essays and Reviews:
Ismaili, K. (2013) Who are the criminals? Criminal Justice Policy Review, 24: 257-261.
Ismaili, K. (2005). The recent criminological thought of Nils Christie: Why A Suitable Amount of Crime is essential reading. Professional Studies Review, 2(1): 105-110.
Ismaili, K. (2001). Social disadvantage and street life. Justice Quarterly, 18(1):233-238.
Ismaili, K. (1999). A Review of M. Watts’ Cross-cultural perspectives on youth and violence (1998). Contemporary Sociology (28)5: 611-612.
Ismaili, K. (1998). A Review of K. Beckett’s Making crime pay: Law and order in contemporary American politics” (1997). Journal of Criminal Justice (26)4: 349-352.
Ismaili, K. (1994). A Review of G. Davis’ Making amends: Mediation and reparation in criminal justice (1992). Criminal Justice Review (19)1: 135-136.
Ismaili, K. (1992). A Review of P. McCormick and I. Green’s Judges and judging: Inside the Canadian judicial system (1990). Canadian Public Administration (35)2: 261-262.
Ismaili, K. (with Fletcher, K. and Tripp, T) (2013). Ten Years After 9/11: Canadian and U.S. Perspectives on Terrorism, Criminal Enterprises, and Migration (Conference Proceedings, Grant #625-9-8, pp.1-16). Ottawa: International Council for Canadian Studies.