Political Science

(The TQCC of Political Science is 1. 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.)
Political freedom, news consumption, and patterns of political trust: evidence from East and Southeast Asia, 2001-20169
How low can we go? Declining survey response rates to new zealand electoral roll mail surveys over three decades7
Do diplomatic visits promote official development aid? Evidence from Japan5
ASEAN: still the zone of peace, freedom and neutrality?4
Balancing, bandwagoning or hedging: Taiwan’s strategic choices in the era of a rising China4
New Zealand’s transition attempts to a more sustainable economy: political statements and governance realities2
Australia and New Zealand’s Pacific policy: aligned, not alike2
Institutionalising environmental sustainability transitions in New Zealand and Australia: Introduction to the special issue2
Exploring climate change discourses across five Australian federal elections2
How online interaction radicalises while group involvement restrains: a case study of Action Zealandia from 2019 to 20212
Expertise within democracy: the case of New Zealand’s climate change commission1
Do New Zealand select committees still make a difference? The case of the Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon) Amendment Bill 20191
How citizenship norms predict participation in different political activities1
The crisis of policy failure or the moral crisis of an idea: colonial politics in contemporary Australia and New Zealand1
How the Chinese people understand democracy: a multi-method study based on four waves of nationwide representative surveys1
The Hong Kong crisis and its effect on the 2020 presidential election in Taiwan1
US–China competition and small liberal democracies: New Zealand and the limits of hegemony1
Sloppy targeting of Chinese voters in the 2020 New Zealand general election: an exploration of National and Labour’s targeting strategies1
“We can help and it doesn’t cost you a cracker”: the multidimensionality of service representation in Australia and New Zealand1
Forging strategic partnership in the Indo–Pacific region: Vietnam’s diplomatic direction1
To feel is to believe: China, United States, and the emotional beliefs of Philippines’ Rodrigo Duterte1