Eurasian Geography and Economics

(The TQCC of Eurasian Geography and Economics is 7. 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.)
China's Eleventh Five-Year Plan (2006-2010): From "Getting Rich First" to "Common Prosperity"112
Two systems in one country: the origin, functions, and mechanisms of the rural-urban dual system in China47
A New Energy Age in Pacific Russia: Lessons from the Sakhalin Oil and Gas Projects37
Does trade openness convey a positive impact for the environmental quality? Evidence from a panel of CIS countries34
Starting from anywhere, making connections: globalizing urban theory30
What’s territorial about China? From geopolitical narratives to the ‘administrative area economy’28
The Global Easts in global urbanism: views from beyond North and South21
Deep integration in the Eurasian Economic Union: what are the benefits of successful implementation or wider liberalization?21
Untangling the puzzle of “Russia’s influence” in Kazakhstan20
A part of the world or apart from the world? The postsocialist Global East in the geopolitics of knowledge20
Railroading land-linked Laos: China’s regional profits, Laos’ domestic costs?20
Political decentralization and the path-dependent characteristics of the state authoritarianism: an integrated conceptual framework to understand China’s territorial fragmentation19
China's Response to Pandemics: From Inaction to Overreaction18
The rise of new populist political parties in Czech parliamentary elections between 2010 and 2017: the geography of party replacement18
From China's Urban Social Space to Social and Environmental Justice18
Russian Revenues from Oil and Gas Exports: Flow and Taxation17
National and Regional Population Trends in Tajikistan: Results from the Recent Census16
Capitalization of direct payments in land rents: evidence from New EU Member States15
Multiple external influences and domestic change in the contested neighborhood: the case of food safety15
Technological Innovation in China's High-Tech Sector: Insights from a 2008 Survey of the Integrated Circuit Design Industry in Shanghai14
Russian-occupied Crimea and the state of exception: repression, persecution, and human rights violations14
Getting the China Story Right: Insights from National Economic Censuses14
Are China’s ethnic minorities less likely to move?14
The Crimea conundrum: legitimacy and public opinion after annexation14
Exemplary Cities in China: The Capitalist Aesthetic and the Loss of Space13
China’s urban ideology: new towns, creation cities, and contested landscapes of memory13
The May 2004 Enlargement of the European Union: View from Two Years Out12
With a little help from Russia? The European Union and visa liberalization with post-Soviet states12
Neighborhood conflicts in urban China: from consciousness of property rights to contentious actions11
National and Regional Population Trends in Ukraine: Results from the Most Recent Census11
Trade as a confidence-building measure in protracted conflicts: the cases of Georgia and Moldova compared11
National and Regional Population Trends in Georgia, 1989-2002: Results from the 2002 Census11
Directed suburbanization in a changing context: “New Moscow” today10
Family education support to rural migrant children in China: evidence from Shenzhen10
National and Regional Population Trends in Kyrgyzstan, 1989-1999: Results from the Recent Census of Kyrgyzstan and 2001 Update10
Spatial Organization of Fortune Global 500 Corporations in China: An Empirical Study of Multinationals from Japan, the United States, and European Union10
From rural transformation to global integration: comparative analyses of the environmental dimensions of China’s rise10
Embedding Bosnia-Herzegovina in Euro-Atlantic Structures: From Dayton to Brussels9
State building and European integration in Ukraine9
Ukraine’s unfinished natural gas and electricity reforms: one step forward, two steps back9
Identity, war, and peace: public attitudes in the Ukraine-controlled Donbas9
From the Arab Street to the Silk Road: Implications of the Unrest in North Africa for the Central Asian States7
Post-socialist transition, authoritarian consolidation and social origin of political elites: the case of Russian regional governors7
Town-country relations in China: back to basics7
From halt to hurry: external and domestic influences on Ukrainian asylum policy7
A study of China’s inter-city networks for innovation cooperation within software and service firms7
China’s precious children7
An assessment of attributing public healthcare infrastructure damage in the Donbas five years after Euromaidan: implications for Ukrainian state legitimacy7
Ukraine’s national integration before and after 2014. Shifting ‘East–West’ polarization line and strengthening political community7