Delprato, M., & Chudgar, A. 2018. Factors associated with private-public school performance: analysis of TALIS-PISA link data. International Journal of Educational Development.

Burroughs, N., & Chudgar, A. (2017, October). The role of teacher quality in fourth-grade mathematics instruction: evidence from TIMSS 2015 (Policy Brief No. 16). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IEA.

Luschei, T. F., & Chudgar, A. 2017. Teacher distribution in developing countries: Teachers of marginalized students in India, Mexico, and Tanzania. Palgrave Macmillan.

Chudgar, A., & Luschei, T. F.  2016. Understanding Teacher Distribution Cross-Nationally: Recent Empirical Evidence, Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 02, 2016. (co-equal authorship).

Chudgar, A., & Luschei, T. F.  2016. The untapped promise of secondary data sets in international and comparative education policy research. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 24, 113.

Chudgar Amita, B. Creed. 2016. How are private school enrolment patterns changing across Indian districts with a growth in private school availability? Oxford Review of Education

Gumus, Sedat, & Chudgar, A. 2015. Factors affecting school participation in Turkey: an analysis of regional differences. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 1-23.

Chudgar, Amita, Chandra, M., Iyengar, R., & Shanker, R. 2015. School resources and student achievement: Data from rural India. PROSPECTS,45(4), 515-531

Chudgar, Amita. 2015. Association between Contract Teachers and Student Learning in Five Francophone African Countries. Comparative Education Review, 59(2), 261-288 Winner of George Z. Bereday Award for Outstanding Article of Comparative Education Review, 2015

Chudgar, Amita, S. Ahmad+. 2015. “The challenge of adult illiteracy in India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh” in Education Crisis and Reform: Perspective from South Asia, Irfan Muzaffar and Abbas Rashid (Editors), Oxford University Press.

Chudgar Amita, B. Creed. 2014. “How does demand for private schooling vary across locations with different private school supply? Analysis of data from Rural India” National Center for the Study of Privatization in Education, Working Paper, 222.

Chudgar, Amita, T.F. Luschei, L. P. Fagioli .2014. “Constructing Socio-Economic Status (SES) Measures using the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Studies (TIMSS) Data” Teachers College Record, June 16, 2014 (First authorship shared equally with Luschei).

Chudgar Amita, M. Chandra, A. Razzaque. 2014. “Alternative Forms of Teacher Hiring in the Developing World: Causes and Consequences” Teaching and Teacher Education, 37 (1), 150-161.

Chudgar, Amita, T. F. Luschei. 2014. “International Assessments,” in Encyclopedia of Educational Economics and Finance, Dominic Brewer & Lawrence Picus (Editors),Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. (co-equal authorship).

Chudgar Amita. 2014. “Mobile phone use and ownership among illiterate adults and its implications for adult literacy training” International Journal of Educational Development, 34 (1), 20-29.

Chudgar, Amita. 2013. “Teacher labor market in India: An analysis of current reforms and their implications”, in Teacher Reforms around the World: Implementations and Outcomes, Motoko Akiba (Editor), Emerald Publishing, Ltd.

Chudgar, Amita, T.F. Luschei, Y. Zhou. 2013. “Science and Mathematics Achievement and the importance of classroom composition: Multi-country analysis using TIMSS 2007” American Journal of Education, 119(2), 295-306.

Luschei, Thomas F., A. Chudgar, W. J. Rew. 2013. “Exploring differences in the distribution of teacher qualifications in Mexico and South Korea: Evidence from the Teaching and Learning International Survey” Teachers College Record, 115(5).

Chudgar, Amita, E. Quin. 2012. “Relationship between private schooling and learning: Resultsfrom rural and urban India” Economics of Education Review, 31(4), 376–39

Chudgar, Amita, K. Miller, B. Kothari. 2012. “Relationship between parental literacy and parental engagement in children’s educational experiences” International Review of Education, 58 (1), 73-89

Chudgar Amita. 2012. “Variation in private school performance: The importance of village context” Economic and Political Weekly, 47 (11), 52-59

Luschei, T.F. and A. Chudgar. 2011. “Students, Teachers, and Fourth Grade Achievement: A Cross-National Examination of Relationships and Interactions” PROSPECTS: Quarterly Review of Comparative Education, 41 (4), 507-533

Chudgar, Amita. 2011. “Female headship and schooling outcomes in rural India” World Development, 39 (4), 550-560

Chudgar, Amita, T.F. Luschei. 2010. “Does Inequality Influence the Impact of Schools on Student Mathematics Achievement? A Comparison of Nine High-, Medium-, and Low-Inequality Countries” in International Perspectives on Education and Society: 13, Alex Wiseman (Editor), Emerald Publishing, Ltd. (co-equal authorship)

Chudgar, Amita and M. N. Shafiq. 2010. “The impact of home and community factors on schooling in South Asia,” PROSPECTS: Quarterly Review of Comparative Education, 40(4), 517-534 (co-equal authorship)

Stipek, Deborah, S. Newton, A. Chudgar. 2010. “Self-Directed Learning and Literacy Achievement in Elementary School-Aged Children” Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 25 (3), 385-395

Chudgar, Amita, T. F. Luschei. 2009. “National Income, Income Inequality, and the Importance of Schools: A Hierarchical Cross-National Comparison” American Educational Research Journal, 46 (3), 626-658

Chudgar, Amita. 2009. Does adult literacy have a role to play in addressing the Universal Elementary Education challenge in India?Comparative Education Review, 53(3), 403-433

Chudgar, Amita, V. Sankar, 2008. “The relationship between teacher gender and student achievement: evidence from five Indian states”, Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 38 (5), 627-642

Carnoy, Martin, F. Adamson, A. Chudgar, T.F. Luschei, J. Witte, 2007. Vouchers and Public School Performance. A Case Study of the Milwaukee Parents’ Choice Program. Washington, DC: Economic Policy Institute.

Chudgar, Amita, 2007. “Looking beyond the household: the importance of community level factors in understanding under representation of girls in Indian education” in The Agency and Structure of Women’s Education, Mary Ann Maslak (Editor), New York: SUNY Press

Kothari, Brij, A. Pandey, A. Chudgar, 2004. “Reading Out of the Idiot Box: Same Language Subtitling on Television in India,” Information Technologies and International Development, 1(3): 23-44.

Kothari, Brij, A. Pandey, A. Chudgar, 2002. “Gyandoot: Will it be the Harbinger of Knowledge?” In India Infrastructure Report 2002: Governance Issues for Commercialization, Sebastian Morris and Rajiv Shekhar (Editors), New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

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