Journal of Baltic Studies

(The TQCC of Journal of Baltic Studies is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Mapping the political space in Lithuania: the discrepancy between party elites and party supporters8
Financialization, distribution, and macroeconomic regimes before and after the crisis: a post-Keynesian view on Denmark, Estonia, and Latvia6
Austerity versus pragmatism: a comparison of Latvian and Polish economic policies during the great recession and their consequences ten years later5
What type of familialism is relevant for Lithuania? The case of elderly care5
Should we destroy our Soviet heritage? Exploring the case of Soviet-era sculptures on the Green Bridge, Vilnius, through an analysis of media debates4
Intentions to stay or to return among highly skilled Latvians in the EU: who is more likely to return?4
Current trends in social welfare policies toward the older people in the Baltic and Nordic countries: an explorative study3
Introduction: Europeanization and financial crisis in the Baltic Sea region: implications, perceptions and conclusions ten years after the collapse3
The cross-cultural interaction in the Baltic region in the fifteenth century: the vaults of the Faceted Palace in Novgorod the Great and Brick Gothic architecture3
Behavior of calendar anomalies and the adaptive market hypothesis: evidence from the Baltic stock markets3
Urban shrinkage in the periphery of a post-communist country: the story of Šiauliai3
Entangled histories in Eastern Europe: complementary occlusions and interlocking extremes in Baltic-Russian memory conflicts2
‘Study in Estonia’: the strategic implications of hosting international students on Estonia’s tourism economy2
Teachers’ feelings of curriculum ownership: the Estonian case2
The relationship between insurance market and macroeconomic indicators in the Baltic states2
Cultural entanglement in early modern letter-writing: David Hilchen’s correspondence with humanists from the Low Countries2
Refugees and diaspora nationalism: national activists in Estonian settlements in Siberia and non-territorial autonomy between 1917 and 19202
Does the euro increase the complexity of exported goods? The case of Estonia2
How to construct cross-border cooperation? Local border traffic as a mechanism of shaping the external relations of the European Union and Schengen Area from the perspective of constructivism: the cas2
Introduction: entangled cultures in the Baltic region2
Power dynamics of the healthcare field: seeking mental care in Lithuania2
National identity and re-identity in post-Soviet Estonia2
The Helsinki Convention’s agricultural nutrient governance: how domestic institutions matter2
On the way to visibility: the process of creating a cultural memory of the genocide of the Lithuanian Roma2
Discrimination or explained differences? Individual and school-level effects explaining the minority achievement gap2
Introduction: nation-building in the Baltic states: thirty years of independence2
From institutionally embedded ‘serious’ to individualized ‘popular’: a report on values and attitudes in Estonian music criticism2
Political dejection in a divided society: a challenge for Latvia’s democracy?2
Ancient narrative and modern promise: the political arguments for the value of the humanities in Lithuania2
Patterns of individual multilingualism in Estonia2
Between mneme and anamnesis: on the memory and forgetting of the Roma Holocaust2
Trust in public service media in the Baltic states1
Discovering the regional innovation potential for Smart Specialization: the case of the two Baltic Sea Regions1
Negotiating post-nuclear identities through tourism development in the ‘atomic town’ Visaginas1
(In)visibility and the (unheard) voice of the Roma in Estonia: the depiction of Roma history and culture in museum exhibitions1
Claiming the ‘right to a happy Soviet childhood’: discursive enactment of memory citizenship among Russian-speakers in Estonia1
Nuclear waste management in Lithuania andSweden: responses to contingent historical and political circumstances1
Change in a time of pandemic: the 2020 parliamentary elections in Lithuania1
Fascist soft power propaganda in the Baltic states during the interwar period: the case of Latvia1
Entangled histories and divided audiences: overhearing Joseph Conrad, W. G. Sebald, and Dan Jacobson1
Translating the Soviet Thaw in the Estonian context: entangled perspectives on the book seriesLoomingu Raamatukogu1
Small container terminals in the Baltic Sea region: an overview and multi-criteria analysis of competitiveness1
Climate change and the governance of the Baltic Sea environment1
The Estonian antebellum paradox: a venture into the comparative anthropometric history of the Baltic countries in the early twentieth century1
Science policy meets post-New Public Management: Estonian and Finnish reforms 2012–20151
Negotiating neoliberalism in the private sphere: narratives of Estonian single mothers1
“Schanno bleibt trei:” Schanno von Dinakant as the last hero of Half-German poetry1
Tammsaare Park’s lost landmarks of revolution, Soviet-era path layout, and pedestrian use: Tallinn, Estonia1
The transformation of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs in the Baltic countries1
Engaging the diaspora for economic gain: what can Latvia expect?1
Who were the Roma victims of the Nazis? A case study of Estonia1
From post-socialist transition to the COVID-19 crisis: cycles, drivers, and perspectives of subordinate financialization in Latvia1
Factors behind the changes in income distribution in the Baltics: income, policy, demography1
East Prussian Sinti and/as German expellees: beyond mémoires croisées1
Masculinity in flux? Male managers navigating between work and family1
Integration in Latvia: a success story?1
Changes and adjustment in the foreign policy of Lithuania during Dalia Grybauskaitė’s presidency1
Understanding the post-Soviet nuclear locality through language policy orientations1
Facing past, present, and future: the role of historical beliefs and experiences in the Lithuanian public perception of military threats1