Journal of Contemporary Asia

(The TQCC of Journal of Contemporary Asia is 7. 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.)
E-Commerce and Industrial Upgrading in the Chinese Apparel Value Chain50
Sustaining Ready-made Garment Exports from Bangladesh36
India: Transition from feudalism to colonial capitalism35
From Cronyism to Oligarchy? Privatisation and Business Elites in Myanmar33
China–Africa Exports: Governance Through Mobility and Sojourning29
Living in an Age of Precarity in 21st Century Asia27
The Development-Insecurity Nexus in China’s Near-Abroad: Rethinking Cross-Border Economic Integration in an Era of State Transformation24
Dalits and Dispossession: A Comparison24
Authoritarian Co-optation in the Age of Globalisation: Evidence from Hong Kong24
Precarity and Political Immobilisation: Migrants from Burma in Chiang Mai, Thailand20
Globalisation and the state revisited: A view from provincial Vietnam19
Ready-made Garment Exports from Sri Lanka19
Cross-Border Trade and “the Market” between Xinjiang (China) and Pakistan18
Precarious Work and its Complicit Network: Migrant Labour in Singapore18
Two Decades of Ideological Contestation in Indonesia: From Democratic Cosmopolitanism to Religious Nationalism16
Putting the Chinese State in its Place: A March from Passive Revolution to Hegemony16
The Sukumbasi movement in Nepal: The fire from below16
Shadow Economies and the State: A Comparison of Cassava and Timber Networks on the Cambodia-Vietnam Frontier16
Past, present and future of China: From semi-colony to world power?15
Between Border and Bazaar: Central Asia’s Informal Economy14
Vietnam’s and China’s Diverging Industrial Relations Systems: Cases of Path Dependency14
Precarity and Vulnerability: Rubber Plantations in Northern Laos and Northern Shan State, Myanmar13
Lineages of the Authoritarian State in Thailand: Military Dictatorship, Lazy Capitalism and the Cold War Past as Post-Cold War Prologue13
The Politics of Land Acquisition in Haryana: Managing Dominant Caste Interests in the Name of Development12
Navigating Small-Scale Trade Across Thai-Lao Border Checkpoints: Legitimacy, Social Relations and Money12
Indonesia’s Restrained State Capitalism: Development and Policy Challenges12
“Land Grabbing” in an Autocracy and a Multi-Party Democracy: China and India Compared11
Narratives of the Dispossessed and Casteless: Politics of Land and Caste in Rajarhat, West Bengal11
Agrarian relations in Burdwan district, West Bengal: From the economics of green revolution to the politics of Panchayati Raj11
Shifting from International to “Indonesian” Justice Measures: Two Decades of Addressing Past Human Rights Violations11
The Political Economy of Border Checkpoints in Shadow Exchanges10
From Miracle to Crisis and Back: The Political Economy of South Korean Long-Term Development10
Rising Inequality and Shifting Class Boundaries in South Korea in the Neo-Liberal Era10
Can Garment Exports from Cambodia, Laos and Burma be Sustained?10
Facebook, Contestation and Poor People’s Politics: Spanning the Urban–Rural Divide in Cambodia?10
Adivasiness as Caste Expression and Land Rights Claim-Making in Central-Eastern India9
Coloured Judgements? The Work of the Thai Constitutional Court, 1998–20169
The “Servants” of Dehradun: A Changing Relationship between Municipal Councillors and Voters in India9
From Varna to Jati: The Indian caste system, from the Asiatic to the feudal mode of production9
Work and Family Life among Migrant Factory Workers in China and Vietnam9
Moving Beyond European and Latin American Typologies: The Peculiarities of AKP’s Populism in Turkey9
The double transition from underdevelopment and from socialism in Vietnam9
Chinese Overseas Remittances to China: The Perspective from Southeast Asia8
Asian capitalist accumulation: From sectoral to vertical integration8
Organised Informality and Suitcase Trading in the Pearl River Delta Region8
Windows of Opportunity, Capability and Catch-Up: The Chinese Game Industry8
Crazy Rich Thais: Thailand’s Capitalist Class, 1980–20198
States of Legal Denial: How the State in Myanmar Uses Law to Exclude the Rohingya8
From Asian to Global Financial Crisis: Recovery Amidst Expanding Labour Precarity8
Reproducing Academic Insularity in a Time of Neo-liberal Markets: The Case of Social Science Research in Indonesian State Universities8
The Politics of Conditional Citizenship in South Korea: An Analysis of the Print Media7
Poverty Reduction in Vietnam and the Role of Public Administration7
Two Decades ofReformasiin Indonesia: Its Illiberal Turn7
The Emergence of Filipino Technocrats as Cold War “Pawns”7
Organised Labour, Dualisation and Labour Market Reform: Korean Trade Union Strategies in Economic and Social Crisis7
Caste in Stone? Exploring Caste and Class Dimensions of Conservation Displacement in Central India7
The Legacies of the Indonesian Counter-Revolution: New Insights and Remaining Issues7
Secondary Precarity in Asia: Family Vulnerability in an Age of Unfree Labour7
Old Wine in New Bottles? How Competitive Connectivity Revitalises an Obsolete Development Agenda in Asia7
Building Governance from Scratch: Myanmar and the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative7
Networks of Reciprocity: Precarity and Community Social Organisations in Rural Myanmar7