Comparative Politics

(The TQCC of Comparative Politics is 18. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Reconsidering the Robustness of Authoritarianism in the Middle East: Lessons from the Arab Spring307
Social Equity and Environmental Politics in Brazil: Lessons from the Rubber Tappers of Acre119
The Rise of Latin America's Two Lefts: Insights from Rentier State Theory109
When Does Participatory Democracy Deepen the Quality of Democracy? Lessons from Brazil80
Seat Bonuses under the Single Nontransferable Vote System: Evidence from Japan and Taiwan77
Explaining Transitions from Neopatrimonial Dictatorships77
The Impact of Participatory Democracy: Evidence from Brazil's National Public Policy Conferences59
China's Urban Transients in the Transition from Socialism and the Collapse of the Communist "Urban Public Goods Regime"52
Authoritarian States and Voting From Abroad: North African Experiences51
Global Gender Quota Adoption, Implementation, and Reform47
From International Ideas to Domestic Policies: Educational Multiculturalism in England and France40
Reconceptualizing Latin American Authoritarianism in the 1970s: From Bureaucratic-Authoritarianism to Neoconservatism38
Does Money Matter? Credible Commitments and Campaign Finance in New Democracies: Theory and Evidence from Brazil37
From Semisovereignty to Sovereignty: The Decline of Corporatism and Rise of Parliament in Austria33
From Dictatorship to Democracy: The Business-State Nexus in Chile's Economic Transformation, 1975-199432
Electoral Systems and the Representation of Ethnic Minorities: Evidence from Russia30
Does Democracy Check Corruption? Insights from China and India29
The Case for Comparative Ethnography28
From Decentralization to Reorganization: Explaining the Return to National Bargaining in Italy and Spain28
Religion and Public Goods Provision: Experimental and Interview Evidence from Catholicism and Islam in Europe27
Transitions to the Knowledge Economy in Germany, Sweden, and the Netherlands26
Regime Legacies and Levels of Democracy: Evidence from Latin America25
The Consequences of Militarizing Anti-Drug Efforts for State Capacity in Latin America: Evidence from Mexico24
Reworking Strategic Models of Executive-Judicial Relations: Insights from New African Democracies23
Protesting and Policing in a Multiethnic Authoritarian State: Evidence from Ethiopia23
From Disaffection to Desertion: How Networks Facilitate Military Insubordination in Civil Conflict22
From Argument to Negotiation: Constructing Democracy in African Muslim Contexts22
International Imperatives and Tax Reform: Lessons from Postcommunist Europe21
Land Institutions and Political Ethnicity in Africa: Evidence from Tanzania21
Poverty and Democratic Participation Reconsidered: Evidence from the Local Level in India20
Patronage as Institutional Choice: Evidence from Rwanda and Uganda19
From Single-Party to Electoral Authoritarian Regimes: The Institutional Origins of Competitiveness in Post-Cold War Africa19
D'une boutique a l'autre: Changes in the Organization of the Traditional Middle Classes from the Fourth to Fifth Republics19
Preemptive Strike: Central Bank Reform in Chile's Transition from Authoritarian Rule18