Economic Geography

(The TQCC of Economic Geography is 12. 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 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
The Regional Development Trap in Europe42
The Geography of Technology Legitimation: How Multiscalar Institutional Dynamics Matter for Path Creation in Emerging Industries36
Path Formation and Reformation: Studying the Variegated Consequences of Path Creation for Regional Development28
Technology Network Structure Conditions the Economic Resilience of Regions26
Searching through the Haystack:The Relatedness and Complexity of Priorities in Smart Specialization Strategies24
Integration and Isolation in the Global Petrochemical Industry: A Multiscalar Corporate Network Analysis23
Circularity as Alterity? Untangling Circuits of Value in the Social Enterprise–Led Local Development of the Circular Economy23
People or Places that Don’t Matter? Individual and Contextual Determinants of the Geography of Discontent22
Sovereign Debt in the Making: Financial Entanglements and Labor Politics along theBelt and Roadin Laos21
The Implications of Brexit for UK and EU Regional Competitiveness20
Innovation Catalysts: How Multinationals Reshape the Global Geography of Innovation20
Does Successful Innovation Require Large Urban Areas? Germany as a Counterexample20
Geographies of Marketization in Higher Education: Branch Campuses as Territorial and Symbolic Fixes19
Landlord Elites on the Dutch Housing Market: Private Landlordism, Class, and Social Inequality18
Explaining Geographic Shifts of Chip Making toward East Asia and Market Dynamics in Semiconductor Global Production Networks17
Follow the Firm: Analyzing the International Ascendance of Build to Rent17
Going beyond Relatedness: Regional Diversification Trajectories and Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) in Italian Regions17
Spatial Differentiation of Variegated Capitalisms: A Comparative Analysis of Russian and Australian Oil and Gas Corporate City Networks17
The Constitutive Role of State Structures in Strategic Coupling: On the Formation and Evolution of Sino-German Production Networks in Jieyang, China16
Innovation without Regional Development? The Complex Interplay of Innovation, Institutions, and Development16
The Maker-Manufacturing Nexus as a Place-Connecting Strategy: Implications for Regions Left Behind15
Do Capabilities Reside in Firms or in Regions? Analysis of Related Diversification in Chinese Knowledge Production15
Breakthrough Invention Performance of Multispecialized Clustered Regions in Europe13
Conceptualizing Labor Regimes in Global Production Networks: Uneven Outcomes across the Bangladeshi and Sri Lankan Apparel Industries13
In Real Estate Investment We Trust: State De-risking and the Ownership of Listed US and German Residential Real Estate Investment Trusts13
Environmental Upgrading and Downgrading in Global Value Chains: A Framework for Analysis13
Resilience, Skill Endowment, and Diversity: Evidence from US Metropolitan Areas13
“Expropriation of Capitalist by State Capitalist:” Organizational Change and the Centralization of Capital as State Property13
Strong Links and Weak Links: How Do Unrelated Industries Survive in anUnfriendlyEnvironment?12