Development and Change

Papers
(The TQCC of Development and Change is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
The Wall Street Consensus180
Beyond the Stereotype: Restating the Relevance of the Dependency Research Programme88
The Re‐making of the Turkish Crisis43
Global Value Chains, Industrial Policy and Economic Upgrading in Ethiopia's Apparel Sector41
The Sino‐centric Capital Export Regime: State‐backed and Flexible Capital in the Philippines34
Solar Power and its Discontents: Critiquing Off‐grid Infrastructures of Inclusion in East Africa31
NGOs as Social Movements: Policy Narratives, Networks and the Performance of Dalit Rights in South India26
Huawei, 5G and Security: Technological Limitations and Political Responses21
Regulating Over‐indebtedness: Local State Power in Cambodia's Microfinance Market20
Disaster Financialization: Earthquakes, Cashflows and Shifting Household Economies in Nepal18
Framing the Blue Economy: Placelessness, Development and Sustainability18
Below the Belt? Territory and Development in China's International Rise16
Diffuse Drivers of Modern Slavery: From Microfinance to Unfree Labour in Cambodia16
Southern Discomfort: Interrogating the Category of the Global South16
Responding to the China Challenge in Techno‐nationalism: Divergence between Germany and the United States15
Rethinking Social Upgrading in Global Value Chains: Worker Power, State‒Labour Relations and Intersectionality14
Bibliodiversity at the Centre: Decolonizing Open Access13
Legitimating State Capital: The Global Financial Professions and the Transnationalization of Chinese Sovereign Wealth13
Waste Political Settlements in Colombia and Chile: Power, Inequality and Informality in Recycling13
Informality and the Infrastructures of Inclusion: An Introduction13
Politics of Engagement: Gender Expertise and International Governance13
From Development State to Corporate Leviathan: Historicizing the Infrastructural Performativity of Digital Platforms within Kenyan Agriculture11
Beyond the Genome: Genetically Modified Crops in Africa and the Implications for Genome Editing10
From Global to Local Tea Markets: The Changing Political Economy of Tea Production within India's Domestic Value Chain10
Introduction: The Politics of Open Access — Decolonizing Research or Corporate Capture?9
Situating Political Agronomy: The Knowledge Politics of Hybrid Rice in India and Uganda9
Betting on Potatoes: Accumulation in Times of Agrarian Crisis in Punjab, India9
Defusing Land Disputes? The Politics of Land Certification and Dispute Resolution in Burundi8
Derisking Developmentalism: A Tale of Green Hydrogen8
Open Access in Indonesia8
Give James Ferguson a Fish8
Remote Sensing, Land Quotas and Mass Relocation: China's Governance of Farmland7
Measuring Women's Empowerment: Gender and Time‐use Agency in Benin, Malawi and Nigeria7
The Externalization of China's Technical Standardization Approach7
What if We Selected our Leaders by Lottery? Democracy by Sortition, Liberal Elections and Communist Revolutionaries7
COVID‐19 and the Unequalizing Infrastructures of Financial Inclusion in Tamil Nadu7
Journal Open Access and Plan S: Solving Problems or Shifting Burdens?6
The European Response to Chinese Outbound Foreign Direct Investment: Introducing a Dynamic Analytical Framework6
Global Value Chains and Intermediaries in Multi‐stakeholder Initiatives in Pakistan and India6
Defeminization, Structural Transformation and Technological Upgrading in Manufacturing6
COVID‐19: The Political Economy of a Global Pandemic6
The High Priests of Global Development: Capitalism, Religion and the Political Economy of Sacrifice in a Celebrity‐led Water Charity6
Industrial Policy and Monopoly Capitalism in Nigeria: Lessons from the Dangote Business Conglomerate6
Capitalism without Surveillance?6
‘Aerial Silk Roads’: Airport Infrastructures in China's Belt and Road Initiative5
China and European Innovation: Corporate Takeovers and their Consequences5
Double Movements and Disembedded Economies: A Response to Richard Sandbrook5
Technologies of Authoritarian Statecraft in Welfare Provision: Contracting Services to Social Organizations5
Where Can the Crow Make Friends? Sci‐Hub's Activities in the Library of Development Studies and its Implications for the Field5
The World Bank's ‘Assault on Poverty’ as a Political Question (1968–81)5
The Business of Abolition: Marketizing ‘Anti‐slavery’5
Digitizing Taxation and Premature Formalization in Developing Countries5
Emerging Sino–European Corporate Elite Networks5
Social Norm Change, Behavioural Approaches and the Politics of Knowledge: A Conversation between the Ivory Tower and the Field5
Compelled to Compete: Rendering Climate Change Vulnerability Investable4
COVID‐19 and the Meaning of Crisis4
Alice Amsden: A Reasoning Revolutionary in Development Economics4
Negotiated Agreements, Indigenous Peoples and Extractive Industry in the Salar de Atacama, Chile: When Is an Agreement More than a Contract?4
The Evolution of India's Industrial Labour Share and its Correlates4
Black Economic Empowerment and Quota Allocations in South Africa's Industrial Fisheries4
Everything Stays the Same while Everything Changes4
The Underside of Microfinance: Performance Indicators and Informal Debt in Cambodia4
The Effectiveness of Harnessing Human Rights: The Struggle over the Ilısu Dam in Turkey4
Upgrading in the Automotive Periphery: Turkey's Battery Electric Vehicle Maker Togg4
Multiple Temporalities of Household Labour: The Challenge of Assessing Women's Empowerment4
Conceptualizing, Financing and Infrastructuring: Perspectives on Open Access in and from Africa4
Financing a Global Green New Deal: Greening Capitalism or Taming Financialization for a New ‘Civilizing’ Multilateralism?4
Open Access, Plan S and ‘Radically Liberatory’ Forms of Academic Freedom4
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