Latin American Research Review

(The TQCC of Latin American Research Review is 5. 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.)
Peruvian Economic Policy in the 1980s: From Orthodoxy to Heterodoxy and Back40
Politics and Latin America's Urban Poor: Reflections from a Lima Shantytown31
The Changing Profile of Mexican Migrants to the United States: New Evidence from California and Mexico29
Economic Migrants or Refugees from Violence?: A Time-Series Analysis of Salvadoran Migration to the United States28
Imagining Latin American Social Science from the Global South: Orlando Fals Borda and Participatory Action Research28
Indigenous Resistance to Criminal Governance: Why Regional Ethnic Autonomy Institutions Protect Communities from Narco Rule in Mexico24
Transnational Identity Politics in the Americas: Reshaping “Nuestramérica” as Chavismo’s Regional Legitimation Strategy22
Narrative Disputes over Family-Farming Public Policies in Brazil: Conservative Attacks and Restricted Countermovements19
Organizing Twenty-First-Century Activism: From Structure to Strategy in Latin American Social Movements18
Patterns of Migration to the United States from two Mexican Communities18
State Policies and the Preservation of Forest Cover: Lessons from Contrasting Public-Policy Regimes in Costa Rica18
Looks Like Me, Thinks Like Me: Descriptive Representation and Opinion Congruence in Brazil17
Television and Video in the Transition from Military to Civilian Rule in Brazil16
Escape from Terror: Violence and Migration in Post-Revolutionary Guatemala15
Towards an Environmental History of the Amazon: From Prehistory to the Nineteenth Century15
Lessons from Economic Reform in the Venezuelan Democracy12
The Struggle for Control of a Commodity Chain: Instant Coffee from Latin America12
The Brazilian Borrowing Experience: From Miracle to Debacle and Back11
The Political Economy of Agricultural Policy in Brazil: Decision Making and Influence From 1964 to 199210
From Hidden Hand to Heavy Hand: Sugar, the State, and Migrant Labor in Haiti and the Dominican Republic10
The Policy-Making Capacity of Foreign Ministries in Presidential Regimes: A Study of Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico, 1946–20159
The Guinea Pig in the Andean Economy: From Household Animal to Market Commodity9
Lessons from the Maya9
Caribbean Exceptions: The Problem of Race and Nation in Dominican Studies8
From Indigenous Literatures to Native American and Indigenous Theorists: The Makings of a Grassroots Decoloniality8
Bureaucratic Politicization, Partisan Attachments, and the Limits of Public Agency Legitimacy: The Venezuelan Armed Forces under Chavismo8
Confronting Crime by Ourselves: Trust in Neighbors, Trust in Authorities, and Anti-Crime Organization7
Latin American Critical Epistemologies toward a Biocentric Turn in Communication for Social Change: Communication from a Good Living Perspective7
Conditional Cash Transfers, Resources, and Political Participation in Latin America6
Micropolitics in a Caracas Barrio: The Political Survival Strategies of Mothers in a Context of Armed Violence6
Land Reform in Latin America: Past, Present, and Future6
Evangélicos e voto legislativo: Diversidade confessional e voto em deputados da bancada evangélica no Brasil6
Alternative Outcomes of the Latin American Debt Crisis: Lessons from the Past5
Cartas desde Buenos Aires: El movimiento homosexual argentino desde una perspectiva transnacional5
The Politics of Social Policies in Latin America5
The Crisis in Venezuelan Civil-Military Relations: From Punto Fijo to the Fifth Republic5
Costos sociales de la victimización en América Latina: Percepción de inseguridad, capital social y percepción de la democracia5
Satiric Magazines as Hybrid Alternative Media in Latin America5
Agriculture and the Peasantry under Industrialization Pressures: Lessons from the Peruvian Experience5
Class Structure, Labor Market Heterogeneity, and Living Conditions in Latin America5
Who Believes in Conspiracy Theories in Venezuela?5