Journal of Public Policy

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Public Policy is 3. 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 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
Are policymakers responsive to public demand in climate politics?35
Race–gender bias in white Americans’ preferences for gun availability13
Policy programme cycles through old and new programmatic groups11
Adjusting to austerity: the public spending responses of regional governments to the budget constraint in Spain and Italy10
Just say no? Public attitudes about supportive and punitive policies to combat the opioid epidemic9
When Europe hits the subnational authorities: the transposition of EU directives in Germany between 1990 and 20189
Government policy performance and central–local political trust in China8
The contingent character of interest groups–political parties’ interaction8
Theorising policy advisory system management: approaches and practice8
Where does implementation lie? Assessing the determinants of delegation and discretion in post-Maastricht European Union7
Fifty shades of deservingness: an analysis of state-level variation and effect of social constructions on policy outcomes7
Institutions in the politics of policy change: who can play, how they play in multiple streams6
Place matters: government capacity, community characteristics, and social capital across United States counties6
Appointee vacancies in US executive branch agencies6
Precaution and proportionality in pandemic politics: democracy, state capacity, and COVID-19-related school closures around the world6
Can bigger health budgets cushion pandemics? An empirical test of COVID-19 deaths across the world5
The partisan politics of the penal–welfare nexus: a quantitative analysis of party influence on the relationship between penal and welfare policies5
Do policy clashes between the judiciary and the executive affect public opinion? Insights from New Delhi’s odd–even rule against air pollution5
Why do interest groups prioritise some policy issues over others? Explaining variation in the drivers of policy agendas5
United against precarious working conditions? Explaining the role of trade unions in improving migrants’ working conditions in the British and German meat-processing industries5
Explaining the deadlock of the European social dialogue: negotiating in the shadow of hierarchy5
Designing collaborative governance that is fit for purpose: theorising policy support and voluntary action for road safety in Sweden5
Direct democracy, coalition size and public spending4
Accountability through public participation? Experiences from the ten-thousand-citizen review in Nanjing, China4
Complexity, resources and text borrowing in state legislatures4
Handmaidens of the legislature? Understanding regulatory timing4
Pass the buck or the buck stops here? The public costs of claiming and deflecting blame in managing crises4
Push, Pull, or Inform - an Empirical Taxonomy of Environmental Policy Support in Sweden4
What drives partisan conflict and consensus on welfare state issues?4
The hidden homeownership welfare state: an international long-term perspective on the tax treatment of homeowners3
From clubs to hubs: analysing lobbying networks in EU financial regulation after crisis3
How party platforms on immigration become policy3
A heavy hand or a helping hand? Information provision and citizen preferences for anti-crime policies3
Europeanisation on demand: the EU cybersecurity certification regime between market integration and core state powers (1997–2019)3
Hate, amplified? Social media news consumption and support for anti-Muslim policies3
The messenger matters: environmental nonprofit organisations’ public faces, information recipients’ worldviews, and the credibility of ENPOs’ disclosed policy information3
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