International Development Planning Review

(The TQCC of International Development Planning Review is 3. 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.)
Infrastructural citizenship: (de)constructing state–society relations26
Informal settlement is not a euphemism for ‘slum’: what’s at stake beyond the language?25
Investigating community constructed rural water systems in Northwest Cameroon: leadership, gender and exclusion21
Nature Based Solutions for urban water management in Asian cities: integrating vulnerability into sustainable design14
Splintering disaster: relocating harm and remaking nature after the 2011 floods in Bangkok13
‘Marginalised formalisation’: an analysis of the in/formal binary through shifting policy and everyday experiences of ‘poor’ housing in South Africa13
Policy space for informal sector grassroots innovations: towards a ‘bottom-up’ narrative10
The inventiveness of informality: an introduction8
Informality and the branding of creative places: the case of Suci screen-printing kampong in Bandung, Indonesia7
‘They say these are places for criminals, but this is our home’: internalising and countering discourses of territorial stigmatisation in Harare’s informal settlements7
Towards a comparative research agenda on in situ urbanisation and rural governance transformation7
How can street routines inform state regulation? Learning from informal traders in Baclaran, Metro Manila7
Scholarship and policy on urban densification: perspectives from city experiences6
Urban equality and the SDGs: three provocations for a relational agenda6
Electrifying urban Africa: energy access, city-making and globalisation in Nigeria and Benin6
Keeping the business going: SMEs and urban floods in Asian megacities6
‘Bastard children’: unacknowledged consulting companies in development cooperation5
From gender planning to gender transformation: positionality, theory and practice in cities of the global South5
Housing and occupational experiences of rural migrants living in public rental housing in Chongqing, China: job choice, housing location and mobility4
Adapting to informality: multistorey housing driven by a co-productive process and the People’s Plans in Metro Manila, Philippines4
Hydrosocial practice in an urbanising floodplain: local management and dilemmas of beneficial flooding4
Foreign direct investment, enclaves and liveability: a case study of Korean activities in Hanoi, Vietnam4
How development corridors interact with the Sustainable Development Goals in East Africa3
Informal rental housing in Colombia: an essential option for low-income households3
The interplay of tacit and explicit knowledge in the informal economy: the atypical case of a recycling family business in Mexico City3
Childcare and academia: an intervention3
The resurgence of national development planning: how did we get back here?3
The social regulation of livelihoods in unplanned settlements in Freetown: implications for strategies of formalisation3
The making and unmaking of Tarlabasi, Istanbul: an account of territorial stigmatisation3