Publius-The Journal of Federalism

(The TQCC of Publius-The Journal of Federalism is 9. 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.)
From Unitary to Asymmetric Federalism in Germany: Taking Stock after 50 Years47
From No Child Left behind to the Every Student Succeeds Act: Federalism and the Education Legacy of the Obama Administration46
Leaving Money on the Table: Learning from Recent Refusals of Federal Grants in the American States40
Decentralization, Political Parties, and Women's Representation: Evidence from Spain and Britain38
Dillon’s Rule is From Mars, Home Rule is From Venus: Local Government Autonomy and the Rules of Statutory Construction35
State-Federal Diffusion and Policy Learning: From Enterprise Zones to Empowerment Zones34
Conceptualizing, Measuring, and Theorizing Dynamic De/Centralization in Federations32
Decentralization and Fiscal Discipline in Sub-national Governments: Evidence from the Swiss Federal System28
The Challenges of Contracting and Accountability Across the Federal System: From Ambulances to Space Shuttles24
From Competitive Regionalism to Cooperative Federalism: The Europeanization of the Spanish State of the Autonomies24
Cities in American Federalism: Evidence on State–Local Government Conflict from a Survey of Mayors24
Dynamic De/Centralization in Federations: Comparative Conclusions23
Cognitive and Normative Determinants of State Policymaking Behavior: Lessons from the Sociological Institutionalism23
Accountability Payoffs in Federal Systems? Competing Logics and Evidence from Europe's Newest Federation22
The Collaboration Riskscape: Fragmentation, Problem Types and Preference Divergence in Urban Sustainability22
Dynamic De/Centralization in Switzerland, 1848–201022
Shared Rule in Federal Political Systems: Conceptual Lessons from Subnational Switzerland20
The Costs of Compliance with Interstate Agreements: Lessons from Water Compacts in the Western United States19
Subsidiarity: More than a Principle of Decentralization—a View from Local Government19
Dynamic De/Centralization in Germany, 1949–201018
Dynamic De/Centralization in Canada, 1867–201017
The Political Economy of Municipal Transfers: Evidence from Mexico16
The State of American Federalism 2019–2020: Polarized and Punitive Intergovernmental Relations16
The Centralization of Australian Federalism 1901–2010: Measurement and Interpretation16
From Constitutional to Treaty Federalism: A Comparative Perspective16
Conceptualizing, Measuring, and Mapping State Structures—with an Application to Western Europe, 1950–201515
Dynamic De/Centralization in the United States, 1790–201013
Leviathan or Public Steward? Evidence on Local Government Taxing Behavior from New York State12
Intergovernmental Relations in a Compound Republic: The Journey from Cooperative to Polarized Federalism11
From Intuition to Reality: Measuring Federal Political Culture in Australia11
State Agency Discretion in a Delegated Federal Program: Evidence from Drinking Water Investment11
The State of American Federalism 2018–2019: Litigation, Partisan Polarization, and the Administrative Presidency11
From Calgary to Canberra: Resource Taxation and Fiscal Federalism in Canada and Australia10
A Little Help from My Friends: The Partisan Factor and Intergovernmental Negotiations in Canada10
State Government Influence in the National Policy Process: Lessons from the 104th Congress9
Explaining State Preemption of Local Laws: Political, Institutional, and Demographic Factors9
Does Fiscal Federalism Deter or Spur Secessionist Movements? Empirical Evidence from Europe9
Medicaid Expansion during the Trump Presidency: The Role of Executive Waivers, State Ballot Measures, and Attorney General Lawsuits in Shaping Intergovernmental Relations9