Journal of Chinese Political Science

(The TQCC of Journal of Chinese Political Science is 6. 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 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
The Politics of Blaming: the Narrative Battle between China and the US over COVID-1966
From Globalization to Regionalization: The United States, China, and the Post-Covid-19 World Economic Order62
Globalism or Nationalism? The Paradox of Chinese Official Discourse in the Context of the COVID-19 Outbreak54
Top-Down and Bottom-Up Lockdown: Evidence from COVID-19 Prevention and Control in China38
Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) Blues: Powering BRI Research Back on Track to Avoid Choppy Seas36
Is Nationalism Rising in Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic? Individual-Level Evidence from the United States36
The Post-Pandemic World: between Constitutionalized and Authoritarian Orders – China’s Narrative-Power Play in the Pandemic Era29
The Struggle for Certainty: Ontological Security, the Rise of Nationalism, and Australia-China Tensions after COVID-1929
The Pandemic and the Transformation of Liberal International Order24
RETRACTED ARTICLE: A Discourse Analysis of Quotidian Expressions of Nationalism during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Chinese Cyberspace23
China’s Local Political Turnover in the Twenty-First Century23
Testing the Relationship between Land Approval and Promotion Incentives of Provincial Top Leaders in China21
Implementation of the Belt and Road Initiative in Africa: A Firm-Level Study of Sub-Saharan African SMEs17
Policy Reinvention and Diffusion: Evidence from Chinese Provincial Governments17
Public Trust as a Driver of State-Grassroots NGO Collaboration in China16
Sino-US Competition in the South China Sea: Power, Rules and Legitimacy16
COVID-19 and American Attitudes toward U.S.-China Disputes16
Many Nationalisms, One Disaster: Categories, Attitudes and Evolution of Chinese Nationalism on Social Media during the COVID -19 Pandemic16
A Community of Practice for Chinese NGOs15
Performance, Factions, and Promotion in China: The Role of Provincial Transfers15
The Elusive Pursuit of Incentive Systems: Research on the Cadre Management Regime in Post-Mao China14
The Rite to Vote: Community Interactions and Grassroots Voter Participation in China14
Testing the Correlation between Eco-environmental Performance and Provincial Official Promotion in China14
The Sincerest Form of Flattery: Nationalist Emulation during the COVID-19 Pandemic14
Power in the Age of Datafication: Exploring China’s Global Data Power14
Policy Innovation of Local Officials in China: the Administrative Choice13
The CCP, Campaign Governance and COVID-19: Evidence from Shanghai13
To Engage or Not to Engage? Explaining the Logic of the US’s China Strategy in the Post-Cold War Era13
Who Are Identified as Poor in Rural China’s Targeted Poverty Alleviation Strategy? Applying the Multidimensional Capability Approach12
Huawei, Cyber-Sovereignty and Liberal Norms: China’s Challenge to the West/Democracies12
Power and Poverty in China: Why Some Counties Perform Better in Poverty Alleviation?12
Power Struggle or Strengthening the Party: Perspectives on Xi Jinping’s Anticorruption Campaign11
What Drives Chinese Internet Users to Watch State-Media Broadcasts? An Audience Analysis10
Income Inequality and Global Political Polarization: The Economic Origin of Political Polarization in the World9
National Identity of Locality: The State, Patriotism, and Nationalism in Cyber China9
Public Opinion and Social Justice in China9
China’s Rise as an Advanced Technological Society and the Rise of Digital Orientalism9
A Rural-Urban Divide? Reassessing Voting in Chinese Villagers’ Committee and Residents’ Committee Elections8
The Final Frontier: China, Taiwan, and the United States in Strategic Competition for Central America8
The Global Times and The China Threat Narrative: An Empirical Analysis8
Mapping the Literature on China and Russia in IR and Area Studies: A Bibliometric Analysis (1990–2019)8
The Effect of Political Participation and Village Support on Farmers Happiness7
Identity, Social Exclusion and Perceived Performance of Local Government — Evidence from Urban China7
Poverty Reduction in A Transforming China: A Critical Review7
Political Turnover and Innovation: Evidence from China7
Politics of Poverty Governance: an Introduction7
The Remaking of China–EUrope Relations in the New Era of US–China Antagonism7
The Impact of the Belt and Road Initiative on Chinese International Political Influence: An Empirical Study Using a Difference-in-Differences Approach7
Land Rights, Industrialization, and Urbanization: China in Comparative Context7
Does Poverty Relief Breed Corruption? An Evaluation of China’s Poverty Alleviation Program6
Budget Structure Discontinuity: Unveiling Mechanism and Connecting Logic in China’s Context6
Data, Big Tech, and the New Concept of Sovereignty6
To Get Rich is Glorious: Private Entrepreneurs in China’s Anti-Poverty Campaign6
Formation of Relational Poverty Governance and its Impacts: How Chinese Local Governments Implement Poverty Alleviation Programs6
How Large-Scale Land Protests Succeed in China: the Role of Domestic Media6
Integrating Devolution with Centralization: A Comparison of Poverty Alleviation Programs in India, Mexico, and China6