Review of World Economics

Papers
(The TQCC of Review of World Economics is 4. 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
Do links between banks matter for bilateral trade? Evidence from financial crises39
Understanding economic openness: a review of existing measures32
Global value chains and technology transfer: new evidence from developing countries30
Do data policy restrictions inhibit trade in services?22
Fiscal policy and economic growth: some evidence from China22
Is international tourism responsible for the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic? A cross-country analysis with a special focus on small islands21
Global migration in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries: the unstoppable force of demography17
Modeling complex network patterns in international trade15
The effects of offshoring on wages: a meta-analysis15
Do developing countries gain by participating in global value chains? Evidence from India14
Trade creation and trade diversion of economic integration agreements revisited: a constrained panel pseudo-maximum likelihood approach11
Quantifying Brexit: from ex post to ex ante using structural gravity10
Commodity price pass-through along the pricing chain10
Determinants of services trade agreement membership8
Trade agreements and international technology transfer8
Cultural change and the migration choice8
The contribution of immigration from Ukraine to economic growth in Poland7
Customs brokers as intermediaries in international trade7
Bank liquidity creation: A new global dataset for developing and emerging countries7
BREXIT referendum’s impact on the financial markets in the UK7
The role of imported inputs in firms’ productivity and exports: evidence from Indonesia7
Income inequality and the quality of imports7
Total trade, cereals trade and undernourishment: new empirical evidence for developing countries6
One belt, one road, one way? Where European exporters benefit from the new silkroad6
Where has the rum gone? The impact of maritime piracy on trade and transport5
The geopolitics of international trade in Southeast Asia5
Trade policy and global value chains: tariffs versus non-tariff measures5
Tariff scheme choice5
Intra-African trade5
Bilateral cross-border banking and macroeconomic determinants5
Composite global indicators from survey data: the Global Economic Barometers5
Can international coproduction promote the performance of cultural products in the global markets? Evidence from the Chinese movie industry4
‘Whatever it takes’ to change belief: evidence from Twitter4
Domestic product standards, harmonization, and free trade agreements4
Productive government expenditure and its impact on income inequality: evidence from international panel data4
The breadth of preferential trade agreements and the margins of exports4
Trade policies and growth in emerging economies: policy experiments4
Evolution of the effects of mineral commodity prices on fiscal fluctuations: empirical evidence from TVP-VAR-SV models for Peru4
Time changing effects of external shocks on macroeconomic fluctuations in Peru: empirical application using regime-switching VAR models with stochastic volatility4
International trade and face-to-face diplomacy4
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