Political Studies Review

(The TQCC of Political Studies Review is 3. 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.)
What have we Learned from Policy Transfer Research? Dolowitz and Marsh Revisited243
Fighting Misperceptions and Doubting Journalists’ Objectivity: A Review of Fact-checking Literature54
Decolonising the Curriculum48
What is Donald Trump? Forms of ‘Celebrity’ in Celebrity Politics39
A Review of Public Issue Salience: Concepts, Determinants and Effects on Voting37
Sorted for Memes and Gifs: Visual Media and Everyday Digital Politics37
On What a Distinctively Political Normativity Is31
Heuristics and Political Elites’ Judgment and Decision-Making29
The New British Policy Style: From a British to a Scottish Political Tradition?28
Labor Market Dualization and Insider–Outsider Divides: Why This New Conflict Matters28
Does Family Policy Influence Women’s Employment?: Reviewing the Evidence in the Field24
Telling the Story of the Superhero and the Anti-Politician as President: Donald Trump’s Branding on Twitter23
The Radical Right in Western Europe: A Meta-Analysis of Structural Factors21
Beyond Autocracy Promotion: A Review20
Crises and Responsiveness: Analysing German Preference Formation During the Eurozone Crisis20
Right-Wing Populism and the Politics of Insecurity: How President Trump Frames Migrants as Collective Threats20
An Alternative to Representation: Explaining Preferences for Citizens as Political Decision-Makers19
Constructing European Union Identity through LGBT Equality Promotion: Crises and Shifting Othering Processes in the European Union Enlargement19
The Violence of Impact: Unpacking Relations Between Gender, Media and Politics18
Macro-regional Strategies, Cohesion Policy and Regional Cooperation in the European Union: Towards a Research Agenda16
Think Twice before Jumping on the Bandwagon: Clarifying Concepts in Research on the Bandwagon Effect16
Learning in Political Analysis15
Presidentialisation: One Term, Two Uses – Between Deductive Exercise and Grand Historical Narrative14
What are Morality Policies? The Politics of Values in a Post-Secular World13
The Presidential Party: A Theoretical Framework for Comparative Analysis12
The Present and the Future of the Research Excellence Framework Impact Agenda in the UK Academy: A Reflection from Politics and International Studies12
Can Political Science Decolonise? A Response to Neema Begum and Rima Saini11
Realism, Utopianism and Human Rights11
Is Consociational Theory the Answer to Global Conflict? From the Netherlands to Northern Ireland and Iraq11
A View from the Foothills: Public Engagement among Early Career Researchers10
An Introduction to Multilevel Regression and Post-Stratification for Estimating Constituency Opinion10
Populist Peril to Democracy: The Sacralization and Singularization of Competitive Elections10
Investigating the Origins of the Gender Gap in Support for War10
The Deconsolidation of Democracy: Is It New and What Can Be Done About It?9
The European Union as a Masculine Military Power: European Union Security and Defence Policy in ‘Times of Crisis’9
From the Cold War to Global Warming: Observing Complexity in IR8
The Impossibility of “Freedom as Independence”8
From Crisis to Crisis: Democracy, Crisis and the Occupy Movement8
Deliberation against Participation? Yellow Vests and Grand Débat: A Perspective from Deliberative Theory8
Friendship as a Political Concept: A Groundwork for Analysis7
The Explanatory Potential of ‘Dilemmas’: Bridging Practices and Power to Understand Political Change in Interpretive Political Science7
Explaining Time of Vote Decision: The Socio-Structural, Attitudinal, and Contextual Determinants of Late Deciding7
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Preference Formation in France During the Eurozone Crisis6
Gender Equality in European Union Development Policy in Times of Crisis6
Consultant Lobbyists and Public Officials: Selling Policy Expertise or Personal Connections in Canada?6
‘It’s a Long Way from Kuusamo to Kuhmo’: Mapping Candidates’ Electoral Constituencies in the Finnish Open-List Single Preference Voting System6
Equality: From Marxism to Liberalism (and Back Again)6
Local Government Reform: Compromise Through Cross-Cutting Cleavages6
Re-gendering the UK House of Commons: The Academic Critical Actor and Her ‘Feminist in Residence’6
The Study of National Preference Formation in Times of the Euro Crisis and Beyond5
What Is an Ombudsperson? Global Diffusion, International Standardization, and Institutional Diversification5
Presidents and Cabinets: Coordinating Executive Leadership in Premier-Presidential Regimes4
Protecting Refugees Inside, Protecting Borders Abroad? Gender in the EU’s Responses to the ‘Refugee Crisis’4
Researching Electoral Administration in America: Insights from the ‘Post-Florida’ Era4
Should We or Should We Not Include Confidence Intervals in COVID-19 Death Forecasting? Evidence from a Survey Experiment3
Political Determinants of Privatisation Reforms: A Comparative Analysis in Europe3
An Intellectual History of the Concepts of Premier-Presidentialism and President-Parliamentarism3
The European Stability Mechanism and Domestic Preference Formation During the Eurocrisis: The Role of Non-Governmental Actors3
Power Games: Elites, Movements, and Strategic Cooperation3
Piecing the Puzzle Together: A Critical Review of Contemporary Research on Protest Voting3
The Iron Cage of Enterprise or the Restoration of Class Power? Approaches to Understanding Neoliberalism3
Preferences, Preference Formation and Position Taking in a Eurozone Out: Lessons from the United Kingdom3
The Moral Foundations of Public Engagement: Does Political Science, as a Discipline, Have an Ethics?3
Moving Away From Partisanship: Diversifying the Motives Behind Political Polarization3
What Does It Mean to Be a Political Scientist in a Transitional Society? Reflections from Kazakhstan3