Progress in Development Studies

Papers
(The TQCC of Progress in Development Studies is 2. 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 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Institutional Quality and Income Inequality in Developing Countries: A Dynamic Panel Threshold Analysis20
Targeted Poverty Alleviation in China: A Typology of Official–Household Relations16
Infrastructure and inclusive growth in sub-Saharan Africa: An empirical analysis15
Small-scale Mining and Livelihood Dynamics in North-eastern Ghana: Sustaining Rural Livelihoods in a Changing Environment14
Constrained choices: Exploring the complexities of adolescent girls’ voice and agency in child marriage decisions in Ethiopia12
COVID-19 and the Counter-cyclical Role of the State in South Africa11
Evolving Social and Political Dialogue through Participatory Video Processes10
The Return of Pink Bollworm in India’s Bt Cotton Fields: Livelihood Vulnerabilities of Farming Households in Karimnagar District9
Datafication, Power and Control in Development: A Historical Perspective on the Perils and Longevity of Data8
COVID-19 in India: A Comparative Analysis of the Kerala and Gujarat Development Models’ Initial Responses7
Taking choice seriously: Emic understandings of decision-making about child marriage7
Saving as a Path for Female Empowerment and Entrepreneurship in Rural Peru6
The Impacts of Extreme Weather Events on Inflation and the Implications for Monetary Policy in Africa6
Current Scottish Land Reform and Reclaiming the Commons: Building Community Resilience6
An Introduction to Revisiting Development Studies Education and an Invitation to Rethink Teaching, Learning and Knowledge Production in the Neoliberal University5
Development Studies in the World System of Global Knowledge Production: A Critical Empirical Analysis5
Child Marriage as a ‘Solution’ to Modern Youth in Bali5
Urban-Sensitive Social Protection: How Universalized Social Protection Can Reduce Urban Vulnerabilities Post COVID-195
Representing Recovery: How the Construction and Contestation of Needs and Priorities Can Shape Long-term Outcomes for Disaster-affected People4
Social Media, Mobile Phones and Migration in Africa: A Review of the Evidence4
Feature town development for inclusive urban development? The case of the Jadeware Feature Town in Yangzhou, China4
Responding to the Multifaceted COVID-19 Crisis: The Case of Mumbai, India4
More than Knowledge Transfer? Alumni Perspectives on the Value of Postgraduate Study for International Development4
What Influences Rice Farmers’ Choices of Credit Sources in Côte d’Ivoire? An Econometric Analysis using the Multinomial Conditional Logit Model4
Early Marriage in Perspective: Practicing an Ethics of Dialogue with Syrian Refugees in Jordan4
Lives Interrupted: Navigating Hardship During COVID-19 Provides Lessons in Solidarity and Visibility for Mobile Young People in South Africa and Uganda3
‘I Do Not Want Her to be Doing Anything Stressful’: Men’s Involvement in Domestic Work During Pregnancy in Ghana3
The COVID-19 Pandemic: A Deadly Threat to Human Livelihoods and Development3
Disaggregating Development: A Critical Analysis of Sino-African Megaprojects3
How Do Arts Programmes Contribute in International Development? A Systematic Review of Outcomes and Associated Processes3
Voice Without Choice? Investigating Adolescent Girls’ Agency in Marital Decision-making in Niger3
Being Cosmopolitan: Marketing Development Studies in the Neoliberal University2
Institutional process for infrastructural development in Nigeria2
Capturing the Impacts of Archaeology for Development: Opportunities and Challenges in Evaluating the Sustainable Preservation Initiative in Peru2
Promoting Gender Equity in Livelihoods Projects: Practitioners’ Perspectives Through the Lens of a Socio-ecological Model2
‘This Helps You See Life Differently’: Evaluating Youth Development and Capability Expansion in Remote Communities of Honduras2
Rethinking Communal Land Governance in the Great Lakes Region of Central Africa2
The Workings and Effects of Precarious Employment on Black Women Educators in Development Studies: An Autoethnographic Account of an International Fieldtrip2
‘Making Strange’: Discourse Analysis Tools for Teaching Critical Development Studies2
Factors Influencing Choices for Early Marriage in Urban Informal Settlements of Bangladesh2
Wealth inequality and inter-governorate migration: Evidence from Egypt2
How Does Internet Infrastructure Construction Affect the Urban–Rural Income Gap? Evidence from a Quasi-Natural Experiment in China2
The Struggle for Public Recognition: Understanding Early Marriage through the Lens of Honour and Shame in Six Countries in South Asia and West Africa2
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