Review of Policy Research

(The TQCC of Review of Policy Research is 5. 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.)
Policy dismantling and democratic regression in Brazil under Bolsonaro: Coalition politics, ideas, and underlying discourses32
Bridging the ideological gap? How fairness perceptions mediate the effect of revenue recycling on public support for carbon taxes in the United States, Canada and Germany23
Leveraging digital technologies to boost productivity in the informal sector in Sub‐Saharan Africa22
What do we know about opportunities and challenges for localities from Cannabis legalization?19
Varieties of health care digitalization: Comparing advocacy coalitions in Austria and Germany16
Innovation or implementation? Local response to low‐carbon policy experimentation in China16
Making a Place for Alternative Technologies: The Case of Agricultural Bio‐Inputs in Argentina15
Polarization and frames of advocacy coalitions in South Korea's nuclear energy policy14
Holding out the promise of Lasswell's dream: Big data analytics in public policy research and teaching14
Smart home technology: Challenges and opportunities for collaborative governance and policy research14
NEPA and National Trends in Federal Infrastructure Siting in the United States13
The devil we know and the angel that did not fly: An examination of devil/angel shift in twitter fracking “debates” in NY 2008–201812
Entrepreneurship Policy Agenda in the European Union: A Text Mining Perspective12
Contagious COVID‐19 policies: Policy diffusion during times of crisis12
Policy learning and change during crisis: COVID‐19 policy responses across six states12
The long‐term development of crisis management in China—Continuity, institutional punctuations and reforms11
Administrative burden in digital public service delivery: The social infrastructure of library programs for e‐inclusion11
Public preferences for five electricity grid decarbonization policies in California10
Narrative dynamics in European Commission AI policy—Sensemaking, agency construction, and anchoring10
Trade for the Environment: Transboundary Hazardous Waste Movements After the Basel Convention10
Looking through a policy window with tinted glasses: Setting the agenda for U.S. AI policy10
Exploring Aggregate vs. Relative Public Trust in Administrative Agencies that Manage Spent Nuclear Fuel in the United States10
Senior Executives' Political Connections and Corporate Environmental Behavior—Empirical Research From the Chinese A‐Share Market9
Technology‐Induced Job Loss and the Prioritization of Economic Problems in the Mass Public8
The State of State Environmental Policy Research: A Thirty‐Year Progress Report8
Policy capacity and rise of data‐based policy innovation labs8
Orchestrating Regionalism: The Interamerican Development Bank and the Central American Electric System8
Collective learning and COVID‐19 mitigation in Ghana8
How “institutionalization” can work. Structuring governance for digital transformation in Italy8
Leviathan Awakens: Gas Finds, Energy Governance, and the Emergence of the Eastern Mediterranean as a Geopolitical Region8
Patterns of Policy Networks at the Local Level in Germany7
The advocacy coalition framework in Japan: Contributions to policy process studies and the challenges involved7
Politics and policy of Artificial Intelligence7
Climate and transportation policy sequencing in California and Quebec7
Local power: Understanding the adoption and design of county wind energy regulation7
How anger and fear influence policy narratives: Advocacy and regulation of oil and gas drilling in Colorado6
Power and politics in framing bias in Artificial Intelligence policy6
Political ideology and nuclear energy: Perception, proximity, and trust6
Natural laboratories in emerging countries and comparative advantages in science: Evidence from Chile6
Winners and losers: Conflict management through strategic policy engagement6
A Song of Policy Incongruence: The Missing Choir of Consumer Preferences in GMO‐Labeling Policy Outcomes6
How do civil society organizations communicate in an authoritarian setting? A narrative analysis of the Russian waste management debate6
Chinese cultural biases, value congruence, and support for and compliance with protective policies during the COVID‐19 pandemic6
Traveling AI‐essentialism and national AI strategies: A comparison between South Korea and France6
Government‐led innovation acceleration: Case studies of US federal government innovation and technology acceleration organizations6
Comparative Energy Regionalism: North America and the European Energy Community5
Place‐based Identity and Framing in Local Environmental Politics5
Issue Framing and U.S. State Energy and Climate Policy Choice5
Uneven local implementation of federal policy after disaster: Policy conflict and goal ambiguity5
Credible Empowerment and Deliberative Participation: A Comparative Study of Two Nuclear Energy Policy Deliberation Cases in Korea5
Renewable Portfolio Standards: Do Voluntary Goals vs. Mandatory Standards Make a Difference?5
Dynamic Collaboration: The Effects of External Rules and Collaboration Scope on Interlocal Collaboration5
Programmatic action in Chinese health policy—The making and design of “Healthy China 2030”5
When cities take control: Explaining the diversity of complex local climate actions5
Institutional shifts and punctuated patterns in digital policy5
Multilevel Climate Governance, Anticipatory Adaptation, and the Vulnerability‐Readiness Nexus5
Make it loud and simple: Coalition politics and problem framing in the French policy process of hydraulic fracturing5
Problem Uncertainty, Institutional Insularity, and Modes of Learning in Canadian Provincial Hydraulic Fracturing Regulation5
Personal attributes and (mis)perceptions of local environmental risk5
How governance boundaries affect regional collaboration on atmospheric governance—Evidence from China's Yangtze River Delta5
What drives local communities to engage in climate change mitigation activities? Examining the rural–urban divide5
Organized elite power and clean energy: A study of negative policy experimentations with renewable portfolio standards5
Coalitional Architecture of Climate Change Litigation Networks in the United States5
Institutional Collective Action on Drugs: Functional and Vertical Dilemmas of Unused Pharmaceuticals5
Politics and Corporate‐Sector Environmentally Significant Actions: The Effects of Political Partisanship on U.S. Utilities Energy Efficiency Policies5
Who should “do more” about climate change? Cultural theory, polycentricity, and public support for climate change actions across actors and governments5
Competition and cooperation in artificial intelligence standard setting: Explaining emergent patterns5
Social Science and the Analysis of Environmental Policy5