Quarterly Journal of Economics

(The H4-Index of Quarterly Journal of Economics is 43. 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 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
The Fall of the Labor Share and the Rise of Superstar Firms*696
Watering Down Environmental Regulation in China*319
Supply Chain Disruptions: Evidence from the Great East Japan Earthquake*261
When Should You Adjust Standard Errors for Clustering?243
A Unified Welfare Analysis of Government Policies*162
Anatomy of Corporate Borrowing Constraints*135
Income Segregation and Intergenerational Mobility Across Colleges in the United States*124
Memory, Attention, and Choice*122
Gender Differences in Job Search: Trading off COMMUTE AGAINST WAGE*108
Earnings Dynamics, Changing Job Skills, and STEM Careers*101
Redrawing the Map of Global Capital Flows: The Role of Cross-Border Financing and Tax Havens89
Valuing the Global Mortality Consequences of Climate Change Accounting for Adaptation Costs and Benefits85
Medicaid and Mortality: New Evidence From Linked Survey and Administrative Data83
Banking, Trade, and the Making of a Dominant Currency81
Banking Crises Without Panics*81
Distortions in Production Networks*80
Understanding Tax Policy: How do People Reason?79
The Effects of Police Violence on Inner-City Students*78
Reallocation Effects of the Minimum Wage75
The Environmental Bias of Trade Policy*75
The Making of the Modern Metropolis: Evidence from London*74
Unions and Inequality over the Twentieth Century: New Evidence from Survey Data73
What You See Is All There Is*72
The Micro-Level Anatomy of the Labor Share Decline*65
Misallocation in the Market for Inputs: Enforcement and the Organization of Production*65
Sequential Bargaining in the Field: Evidence from Millions of Online Bargaining Interactions*61
The Slope of the Phillips Curve: Evidence from U.S. States59
3G Internet and Confidence in Government58
Brahmin Left Versus Merchant Right: Changing Political Cleavages in 21 Western Democracies, 1948–202055
A Risk-Centric Model of Demand Recessions and Speculation*52
Financial Market Risk Perceptions and the Macroeconomy*51
Indebted Demand50
Minimum Wages and Racial Inequality*49
Quantifying the High-Frequency Trading “Arms Race”49
Health Insurance and Mortality: Experimental Evidence from Taxpayer Outreach48
Randomizing Religion: the Impact of Protestant Evangelism on Economic Outcomes*48
Taxation and Innovation in the Twentieth Century48
The Participation Dividend of Taxation: How Citizens in Congo Engage More with the State When it Tries to Tax Them*48
Competition and Relational Contracts in the Rwanda Coffee Chain47
What do Consumers Consider Before They Choose? Identification from Asymmetric Demand Responses47
Efficient Coding and Risky Choice47
Affirmative Action, Mismatch, and Economic Mobility after California’s Proposition 20944
Ownership, Learning, and Beliefs43
The Gender Gap in Self-Promotion43