Eurasian Geography and Economics

Papers
(The TQCC of Eurasian Geography and Economics 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 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Responses to the COVID-19 crisis in Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus65
Green development or greenwashing? A political ecology perspective on China’s green Belt and Road59
Unequal pain: a sketch of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on migrants’ employment in China58
The impact of COVID-19 on migrant women workers in India55
COVID-19 in Romania: transnational labour, geopolitics, and the Roma ‘outsiders’53
Spatial and functional dimensions of the COVID-19 epidemic in Poland53
State power and the COVID-19 pandemic: the case of Finland40
It’s déjà vu all over again: COVID-19, the global energy market, and the Russian economy29
Contesting post-communist economic development: gold extraction, local community, and rural decline in Romania28
The Global Easts in global urbanism: views from beyond North and South28
Italian mayors and the management of COVID-19: adaptive leadership for organizing local governance27
Serbia in the time of COVID-19: between “corona diplomacy”, tough measures and migration management26
A part of the world or apart from the world? The postsocialist Global East in the geopolitics of knowledge25
COVID-19 geopolitics: silence and erasure in Cambodia and Myanmar in times of pandemic25
Agricultural policies and European Union accession processes in the Western Balkans: aspirations versus reality22
What is informality? (Mapping) “the art of bypassing the state” in Eurasian spaces - and beyond21
An inevitable pandemic: geographic insights into the COVID-19 global health emergency21
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC): Infrastructure, Social Savings, Spillovers, and Economic Growth in Pakistan20
Covid-19 and inter-provincial migration in China17
“Smart” quarantine and “blanket” quarantine: the Czech response to the COVID-19 pandemic16
Decreasing labor intensity in agriculture and the accessibility of major cities shape the rural population decline in postsocialist Russia16
The geopolitical ramifications of COVID-19: the Taiwanese exception13
China’s belt and road initiative in Russian media: politics of narratives, images, and metaphors13
Goodbye, post-socialism? Stranger things beyond the Global East13
The belt and road initiative: a systematic literature review and future research agenda12
Constructing a Eurasian higher education region: “Points of correspondence” between Russia’s Eurasian Economic Union and China’s Belt and Road Initiative in Central Asia11
Housing allocation with Chinese characteristics: the case of talent workers in Shenzhen and Guangzhou11
The politics of securitization: China’s competing security agendas and their impacts on securitizing shared rivers11
How does spatial proximity to the high-speed railway system affect inter-city market segmentation in China: a spatial panel analysis10
Clashing geopolitical self-images? The strange co-existence of Christian bulwark and Eurasianism (Turanism) in Hungary10
The great pause: a minor theory exploration of COVID-19 response in Switzerland9
On the determinants of regional government debt in Russia9
Mind the gap: role expectations and perceived performance of the EU in the South Caucasus9
More than viral: outsiders, Others, and the illusions of COVID-199
The new silk road heads north: implications of the China-Mongolia-Russia economic corridor for Mongolian agency within Eurasian power shifts8
Navigating de facto statehood: trade, trust, and agency in Abkhazia’s external economic relations8
Pandemopolitics. How a public health problem become a geopolitical and geoeconomic issue8
The geopolitics of knowledge circulation: the situated agency of mimicking in/beyond China8
Russian policy towards the economy of occupied Ukrainian territories: crawling de-modernization7
Where is the populist radical right successful? Spatial analysis of populist radical right parties in Slovakia and Czechia7
From traditional infrastructure to new infrastructure: a new focus of China’s Belt and Road Initiative diplomacy?7
Governing the city through im/mobilities during COVID-19 – technological self-governance7
“More-than-viral” Eurasian geographies of the covid-19 pandemic: interconnections, inequalities, and geopolitics7
The Eurasian Economic Union and the challenge of the BRI: a comparison of their respective impacts on economic development and Russia’s regional leadership6
Changing trends in China’s inequality: evidence, analysis, and prospects6
Postmemory sits in places: the relationship of young Romanians to the communist past6
A double paradox of plenty: renewable energy deployment in Central Asia6
The ambiguous politics of improvisation: utopia to revanchism in Belgrade6
Career trajectories of regional officials: Russia and China before and after 20125
“Where you live determines how you are treated”: E-commerce geography and digital inequality in China5
Reconnecting Eurasia: a new logistics state, the China–Europe freight train, and the resurging ancient city of Xi’an5
Institutional adaptability: its relevance for enhancing resilience and smart specialization capacity of the European Union’s lagging regions5
Is the regional divide in Ukraine an identity divide?5
The locally managed agrarian transition in China: Land shareholding cooperatives and the agricultural co-management system in Chongzhou, Sichuan5
Integration and investment development paths of CEE countries. Does EU-membership make a difference?4
…“And they lived (un)happily ever after”… State institutions, public enterprises in the energy sector and the value of environment in Romania4
Dynamics or Dilemma: Assessing the Innovation Systems of Three Satellite Platform Regions (Singapore, Dublin and Penang)4
The Russian World as a legitimation strategy outside Russia: the case of Gagauzia4
The Carpathian Basin as a ‘Hungarian Neighbourhood’: Imaginative Geographies of Regional Cooperation and National Exceptionalism4
Russia and China between cooperation and competition at the regional and global level. Introduction4
Lofty ideals in aerial connectivity: ideology in the urban cable car network of Tbilisi, Georgia4
Navigating in-between the EU and Russia4
The fragility of Russia’s agricultural production and implications for food security4
Old stereotypes and new openness: discourses and practices of trans-border re- and disconnection in south-eastern Kazakhstan’s agricultural sector4
Working with the past, re-discovering cities of Central and Eastern Europe: cultural urbanism and new representations of modernist urban areas4
Historicizing the asynchronous modernity in the Global East4
The dragon dithers: assessing the cautious implementation of China’s Belt and Road Initiative in Iran4
Multiscalar entanglements in the post-socialist city: monotown restructuring, spatial re-ordering and urban inequality in Russia3
Rhythmanalysis and reproduction of space in a brownfield regeneration process: the case of Ústí nad Orlicí, Czech Republic3
Visegrád four political regionalism as a critical reflection of Europeanization: deciphering the “Illiberal Turn”3
Sino-Russian relations through the lens of Russian border history museums: the Nerchinsk treaty and its problematic representations3
Chinese initiatives in Central Asia: claim for regional leadership?3
Writing anthropandemics – the strangely connected social geographies of COVID-19, plastic waste, and obesity3
“There are no cities in China” and the paradox of urban theory3
Development aid and domestic regional inequality: the case of Myanmar3
On the (geo)political salience of geographical imaginations: a central European perspective3
Insecurity, incoherence, and imagined geographies in Central Europe3
Between the West and Russia: Moldova’s international brokers in a two-level game3
Ruins in the making: socio-spatial struggles over extraction and export in the Sino-Mongolian Borderlands3
Rural–urban migration and urban identity differentiation in China3
Russia’s cultural diplomacy in post-Soviet space: the making of “one people”3
Visualizing China’s Belt and Road Initiative on RT (Russia Today): from infrastructural project to human development3
Reactive to domestic constraints: dynamic operations of a China-backed copper mine in Myanmar, 2011-20213
Post-Soviet agrarian transformations in the Russian Far East. Does China matter?3
The grid process: spatializing local governance in China3
Prediction on freight function structure of China’s coastal ports under the Polar Silk Road: a cargo attraction potential perspective3
Spatial aspects of labor force formation: the interrelation of cohort turnover and net migration in Serbia3
Penumbras of the planetary mine: experiencing (post-)mining transformations in the Western Carpathians of Romania3
Industrial policy and automotive development: a comparative study of Thailand and Czechia3
The collective hukou in urban China3
We don’t eat those bananas ’: Chinese plantation expansions and bordering on Northern Myanmar’s Kachin borderlands3
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