(The TQCC of Antipode is 23. 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.)
China's Emerging Neoliberal Urbanism: Perspectives from Urban Redevelopment340
From Urban Entrepreneurialism to a "Revanchist City"? On the Spatial Injustices of Glasgow's Renaissance331
Extracting Value from the City: Neoliberalism and Urban Redevelopment325
The Afterlives of “Waste”: Notes from India for a Minor History of Capitalist Surplus268
From a Geography of Labor to a Labor Geography: Labor's Spatial Fix and theGeography of Capitalism253
From the Guerra Del Agua to the Guerra Del Gas: Resource Governance, Neoliberalism and Popular Protest in Bolivia170
After Geopolitics? From the Geopolitical Social to Geoeconomics166
Preface: From the "New Localism" to the Spaces of Neoliberalism154
Ideology, Discourse, and the Geography of Hegemony: From Socialist to Neoliberal Development in Postapartheid South Africa128
Beyond the Local Trap: New Municipalism and the Rise of the Fearless Cities123
Neoliberalisation from the Ground Up: Insurgent Capital, Regional Struggle, and the Assetisation of Land84
From Politicization to Policing: The Rise and Decline of New Social Movements in Amsterdam and Paris70
From Urban Resilience to Abolitionist Climate Justice in Washington, DC68
Between Boundaries: From Commoning and Guerrilla Gardening to Community Land Trust Development in Liverpool66
From Necropolis to Blackpolis: Necropolitical Governance and Black Spatial Praxis in São Paulo, Brazil63
Platforms, Markets, and Contingent Calculation: The Flexible Arrangement of the Delivered Meal62
From Compounded to Fragmented Labour: Mineworkers and the Demise of Compounds in South Africa60
All That Is Solid Melts into the Bay: Anticipatory Ruination and Climate Change Adaptation59
From Revanchism to Ambivalence: The Changing Politics of Street Vending in Guangzhou55
The Geography of Union Organising in Low-Paid Service Industries in the UK: Lessons from the T&G's Campaign to Unionise the Dorchester Hotel, London55
“Fixing” Climate Change by Mortgaging the Future: Negative Emissions, Spatiotemporal Fixes, and the Political Economy of Delay52
Subcontracting Academia: Alienation, Exploitation and Disillusionment in the UK Overseas Syrian Refugee Research Industry52
Geographical Imaginations and Spaces of Political Engagement: Examples from the Indian Alliance52
Contesting Digital Futures: Urban Politics, Alternative Economies, and the Movement for Technological Sovereignty in Barcelona50
The Pluralities of Black Geographies48
On the Coloniality of “New” Mega‐Infrastructure Projects in East Africa47
Two Decades of French Urban Policy: From Social Development of Neighbourhoods to the Republican Penal State44
From East-West to North-South40
Second-Order Condensations of Societal Power Relations: Environmental Politics and the Internationalization of the State from a Neo-Poulantzian Perspective140
From Preamble to Post-project Frustrations: The Shaping of a Slum Upgrading Project in Recife, Brazil40
Financialisation, Climate Finance, and the Calculative Challenges of Managing Environmental Change38
A Chronotope of Containment Development: Europe's Migrant Crisis and Africa's Reterritorialisation37
Fannie Lou Hamer's Freedom Farms and Black Agrarian Geographies37
Deracinated Dispossessions: On the Foreclosures of “Gentrification” in Oakland,CA35
Negotiating Green Space with Landed Interests: The Urban Political Ecology of Greenway in the Pearl River Delta, China35
Precarious Debt: Microfinance Subjects and Intergenerational Dependency in Cambodia34
Riding the Dialectical Waves of Gay Political Economy: A Story from Birmingham's Commercial Gay Scene33
In‐Situ Marginalisation: Social Impact of Chinese Mega‐Projects33
An Intimate Inventory of Race and Waste33
FromHomo economicusto Complex Subjectivities: Reconceptualizing Farmers as Pesticide Users33
Gendered Geographies of Elimination: Decolonial Feminist Geographies in Latin American Settler Contexts32
Rethinking Security: Perspectives from Arab-American and British Arab Activists31
Modern Slavery and Freedom: Exploring Contradictions through Labour Scandals in the Thai Fisheries30
From Spatial Keynesianism to Post-Fordist Neoliberalism: Emerging Contradictions in the Spatiality of the Irish State30
Welfare Convergence, Bureaucracy, and Moral Distancing at the Food Bank29
Profit from Punishment? The politics of prisons, poverty and neoliberal restructuring in the rural American Northwest29
The Disappearance of the State from “Livable” Urban Spaces28
Rethinking Justice: Struggles For Environmental Commons and the Notion of Socio-Ecological Justice28
Hygienisation, Gentrification, and Urban Displacement in Brazil27
Onward Precarity, Mobility, and Migration among Latin Americans in London27
Alternative Food Economies and Transformative Politics in Times of Crisis: Insights from the Basque Country and Greece27
Making Space for Wind Farms: Practices of Territorial Stigmatisation in Rural Denmark27
Unsettling Indian Water Settlements: The Little Colorado River, the San Juan River, and Colonial Enclosures27
Gentrification Interrupted in Salford, UK: From New Deal to “Limbo-Land” in a Contemporary Urban Periphery26
Re‐scripting Place: Managing Social Class Stigma in a Former Steel‐Making Region26
Negotiating Colonial Violence: Spaces of Precarisation in Palestine25
Neoliberalising Education: New Geographies of Private Tuition, Class Privilege, and Minority Ethnic Advancement25
After Gentrification: Social Mix, Settler Colonialism, and Cruel Optimism in the Transformation of Neighbourhood Space25
Hungry Translations: The World Through Radical Vulnerability24
Precarious Territory: Property Law, Housing, and the Socio‐Spatial Order24
New Municipalism and the State: Remunicipalising Energy in Barcelona, from Prosaics to Process23