International Political Science Review

(The TQCC of International Political Science Review 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.)
Explaining Workers' Support for Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe: Evidence from Austria, Belgium, France, Norway, and Switzerland322
From state feminism to market feminism?118
From Local Government to Local Governance—and Beyond?102
Introduction: Euroscepticism, from the margins to the mainstream86
Religious Denomination and Party Choice in Western Europe: A Comparative Longitudinal Study from Eight Countries, 1970–9773
When do deliberative citizens change their opinions? Evidence from the Irish Citizens’ Assembly51
How does political trust affect social trust? An analysis of survey data from rural China using an instrumental variables approach46
Do discussions in like-minded groups necessarily lead to more extreme opinions? Deliberative democracy and group polarization43
From pathology to mainstream phenomenon: Reviewing the Euroscepticism debate in research and theory41
Parliamentary Representation of Women: From Discourses of Justice to Strategies of Accountability40
What is the impact of the economic crisis on democracy? Evidence from Europe38
From Corporatism to Liberalization in Zimbabwe: Economic Policy Regimes and Political Crisis, 1980–9738
From Insurgency to Democracy: The Challenges of Peace and Democracy-Building in Nepal32
Towards inclusive peace: Analysing gender-sensitive peace agreements 2000–201631
Cambodia: Moving away from democracy?31
The legislature as a gendered workplace: Exploring members of parliament’s experiences of working in the Swedish parliament30
Paradigm Shift: From Rational Choice to Perspective29
The dynamics of the winner–loser gap in satisfaction with democracy: Evidence from a Swedish citizen panel28
Religion and State Failure: An Examinationof the Extent and Magnitude of Religiousconflict from 1950 to 199628
Mismatch between lower performance and higher trust in the civil service: Can culture provide an explanation?26
Do perceptions of electoral malpractice undermine democratic satisfaction? The US in comparative perspective25
Political Humor and Authority: From Support to Subversion25
Might Cleaning Up Elections Keep People Away from the Polls? Historical and Comparative Perspectives25
Competitive authoritarianism and popular protest: Evidence from Serbia under Milošević24
Concepts of democracy in democratic and nondemocratic countries23
How ethnic are African parties really? Evidence from four Francophone countries23
Charismatic Authority and Leadership Change: Lessons from Cuba's Post-Fidel Succession23
Which way from left to right? On the relation between voters’ issue preferences and left–right orientation in West European democracies22
Can PR Voting Serve as a Shelter Against Declining Turnout? Evidence from Swiss Municipal Elections19
From the Arab Spring to the Chinese Winter: The institutional sources of authoritarian vulnerability and resilience in Egypt, Tunisia, and China18
Identity, Grievances, and Political Action: Recent Evidence from the Palestinian Community in Israel17
The Effects of Incorporation into World-Systems on Ethnic Processes: Lessons from the Ancient World for the Contemporary World17
Who benefits from gender quotas? Assessing the impact of election procedure reform on Members of Parliament’s attributes in Uganda17
Electoral management and the organisational determinants of electoral integrity: Introduction16
Got political Islam? Are politically moderate Muslims really different from radicals?16
Shaming and democracy: Explaining inter-state shaming in international organizations16
Political Leadership in Sub-Saharan Africa: From Giants to Dwarfs15
State–society relations in uncertain times: Social movement strategies, ideational contestation and the pandemic in Brazil and Argentina15
Which Characteristics of Civil Society Organizations Support What Aspects of Democracy? Evidence from Post-communist Latvia15
Voters’ preferences for party representation: Promise-keeping, responsiveness to public opinion or enacting the common good14
Building impartial electoral management? Institutional design, independence and electoral integrity14
Determinants of legislative voting loyalty under different electoral systems: Evidence from Romania14
The gender gap in political interest revisited14
Understanding Japanese Politics from a Local Perspective14
Constructing Authority Alternatives on the Periphery: Vignettes from Colombia13