Review of International Political Economy

(The TQCC of Review of International Political Economy is 22. 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 2019-05-01 to 2023-05-01.)
Power in global value chains112
Squeezing workers’ rights in global supply chains: purchasing practices in the Bangladesh garment export sector in comparative perspective94
Intellectual monopoly in global value chains85
Trasformismoor transformation? The global political economy of energy transitions74
Understanding technological change in global finance through infrastructures53
The rise of financial investment and common ownership in global agrifood firms47
The poverty of fintech? Psychometrics, credit infrastructures, and the limits of financialization47
The rise of transnational state capital: state-led foreign investment in the 21st century43
Globalization and the growing defects of international economic statistics40
Internationalizing the political economy of hydroelectricity: security, development and sustainability in hydropower states40
Health under capitalism: a global political economy of structural pathogenesis37
Black box or hidden abode? The expansion and exposure of platform work managerialism36
The new politics of global tax governance: taking stock a decade after the financial crisis34
EU funds, state capacity and the development of transnational industrial policies in Europe’s Eastern periphery31
The political economy of women’s entrepreneurship initiatives in Pakistan: reflections on gender, class, and “development”31
China Inc. goes global. Transnational and national networks of China’s globalizing business elite30
American hegemony: intellectual property rights, dollar centrality, and infrastructural power29
Steering capital: the growing private authority of index providers in the age of passive asset management28
The domestic political economy of upgrading in global value chains: how politics shapes pathways for upgrading in Rwanda’s coffee sector*27
International remittance rails as infrastructures: embeddedness, innovation and financial access in developing economies26
Self-interest versus sociotropic considerations: an information-based perspective to understanding individuals’ trade preferences25
Varieties of contestation: China’s rise and the liberal trade order25
Re-scaling IPE: local government, sustainable energy and change24
Capitalism and unfree labor: a review of Marxist perspectives on modern slavery23
New directions in the international political economy of energy23
Chaotic mélange: neo-liberalism and neo-statism in the age of Sino-capitalism22
Hybridized industrial ecosystems and the makings of a new developmental infrastructure in East Asia’s green energy sector22
Does capitalism (still) come in varieties?22
The everyday political economy of health: community health workers and the response to the 2015 Zika outbreak in Brazil22
Asymmetric Power of the Core: Technological Cooperation and Technological Competition in the Transnational Innovation Networks of Big Pharma22