Journal of Chinese Political Science

(The TQCC of Journal of Chinese Political Science is 5. 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.)
The Politics of Blaming: the Narrative Battle between China and the US over COVID-1949
Morality, Benevolence, and Responsibility: Regime Legitimacy in China from Past to the Present43
Studying the Chinese Policy Process in the Era of ‘Top-Level Design’: the Contribution of ‘Political Steering’ Theory36
From Globalization to Regionalization: The United States, China, and the Post-Covid-19 World Economic Order35
Responsive Authoritarianism in China -- a Review of Responsiveness in Xi and Hu Administrations29
Site Visits, Policy Learning, and the Diffusion of Policy Innovation: Evidence from Public Bicycle Programs in China28
Is Nationalism Rising in Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic? Individual-Level Evidence from the United States28
Top-Down and Bottom-Up Lockdown: Evidence from COVID-19 Prevention and Control in China26
Can China’s Economic Statecraft Win Soft Power in Africa? Unpacking Trade, Investment and Aid23
Sino-Japanese Dispute over the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands: The Pending Controversy from the Chinese Perspective19
From Village Election to Village Deliberation in Rural China: Case Study of a Deliberative Democracy Experiment19
Leading Digital Technologies for Coproduction: the Case of “Visit Once” Administrative Service Reform in Zhejiang Province, China16
Motivations behind China’s Foreign Oil Quest: A Perspective from the Chinese Government and the Oil Companies15
Chinese State-owned Enterprise Investments in Uganda: Findings from a Recent Survey of Chinese Firms in Kampala15
Social Risk Management at AIIB – Chinese or International Characteristics?14
China’s Quest for Global Economic Governance Reform14
From Economic Cooperation to Strategic Competition: Understanding the US-China Trade Disputes through the Transformed Relations13
Blackening Skies for Chinese Investment in the EU?12
Pulling the Region into its Orbit? China’s Economic Statecraft in Latin America12
Policy Reinvention and Diffusion: Evidence from Chinese Provincial Governments10
In the Shadow of the Thucydides Trap: International Relations Theory and the Prospects for Peace in U.S.-China Relations10
From Being a Problem to Having Problems: Discourse, Governmentality and Chinese Migrant Workers9
A New Model of Multilateral Development Bank: a Comparative Study of Road Projects by the AIIB and ADB7
Social Desirability of Dissent: an IAT Experiment with Chinese University Students7
More Than One Trap: Problematic Interpretations and Overlooked Lessons from Thucydides6
Pursuing Soft Power through the Confucius Institute: a Large-N Analysis6
Introduction: Can America and China Escape the Thucydides Trap?6
Mission-Driven Agency and Local Policy Innovation: Empirical Analysis from Baoding, China6
Social Management or Social Governance: a Review of Party and Government Discourse and why it Matters in Understanding Chinese Politics6
Introduction to China’s Economic Statecraft: Rising Influences, Mixed Results6
Corruption Experience and Public Perceptions of Anti-corruption Crackdowns: Experimental Evidence from China6
Did Thucydides Believe in Thucydides’ Trap? The History of the Peloponnesian War and Its Relevance to U.S.-China Relations6
Local Economic Development and the Performance of Municipal People’s Congress Deputies in China: an Explanation for Regional Variation5
China’s “New Normal”: from Social Control to Social Governance5
Destined for Misperception? Status Dilemma and the Early Origin of US-China Antagonism5
Competing for a Better Role Relation: International Relations, Sino-US Rivalry and Game of Weiqi5
The Likelihood of Cyberwar between the United States and China: A Neorealism and Power Transition Theory Perspective5
Uncertainty, Shifting Power and Credible Signals in US-China Relations: Why the “Thucydides Trap” Is Real, but Limited5
Identity, Social Exclusion and Perceived Performance of Local Government — Evidence from Urban China5
The Spillover Effect of the Trade War between Adversarial Dyads: Evidence from the Sino-US Investment Relationship5
Economic Statecraft and the Making of Bilateral Relationships: Canada-China and New Zealand-China Interactions Compared5