Scandinavian Political Studies

(The TQCC of Scandinavian Political Studies is 13. 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 a Small to a Large Minority: Women in Scandinavian Politics413
From Corporatism to Lobbyism? — Parliaments, Executives, and Organized Interests in Denmark and Norway67
Where Else Does Turnout Decline Come From? Education, Age, Generation and Period Effects in Three European Countries55
Does Type of Education Affect Political Participation? Results from a Panel Survey of Swedish Adolescents48
Trust in a Time of Increasing Diversity: On the Relationship between Ethnic Heterogeneity and Social Trust in Denmark from 1979 until Today42
The Accuracy of Recalled Previous Voting: Evidence from Norwegian Election Study Panels41
Three Forms of Interpersonal Trust: Evidence from Swedish Municipalities38
Deliberation and Opinion Change: Evidence from a Deliberative Mini-public in Finland37
Are Enviornment Attitude and Behaviour Inconsistent? Finding from a Finnish Study30
The Effects of Human Interest and Conflict News Frames on the Dynamics of Political Knowledge Gains: Evidence from a Cross-national Study24
Distance and Voting: Evidence from Danish Municipalities24
Solid or Flexible? Social Trust from Early Adolescence to Young Adulthood24
The Danes and Europe: From EC 1972 to Euro 2000 - Elections, Referendums and Attitudes23
Personality and Turnout: Results from the Finnish Longitudinal Studies22
Towards Robust Hybrid Democracy in Scandinavian Municipalities?22
From Semi-presidentialism to Parliamentary Government: Political and Constitutional Developments in Finland22
Ethnic Diversity and Democratic Citizenship: Evidence from a Social Laboratory22
Political Trust, Individual-level Characteristics and Institutional Performance: Evidence from Finland, 2004-1320
Election Campaigns in Postwar Norway (1945?1989): From Party-Controlled to Media-Driven Campaigns19
Voting Paradoxes under Proportional Representation: Evidence from Eight Danish Elections19
Civil Society and Deliberative Democracy: Have Voluntary Organisations Faded from National Public Politics?18
Radical right‐wing voters from right and left: Comparing Sweden Democrat voters who previously voted for the Conservative Party or the Social Democratic Party16
Social Stigma and Support for the Populist Radical Right: An Experimental Study15
Exploring the ‘Something for Nothing’ Syndrome: Confused Citizens or Free Riders? Evidence from Sweden15
The Impact of the Radical Right: Lessons from the Local Level in Sweden, 2002-200615
Budget Procedures and the Size of the Budget: Evidence from Danish Local Government14
Modelling Secessions from Municipalities13
Private Schools and the Parents that Choose Them: Empirical Evidence from the Danish School Voucher System13
‘He Who Decides’: Swedish Social Democratic Governments from a Presidentialisation Perspective13
From a Contingent Party System to Party System Convergence? Mapping Party System Change in Postwar Finland13