Cambridge Journal of Regions Economy and Society

Papers
(The TQCC of Cambridge Journal of Regions Economy and Society is 8. 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
Reframing urban and regional ‘development’ for ‘left behind’ places113
Regional income disparities, monopoly and finance55
Context sensitivity and economic-geographic (re)theorising52
The UK ‘geography of discontent’: narratives, Brexit and inter-regional ‘levelling up’41
The urban-rural polarisation of political disenchantment: an investigation of social and political attitudes in 30 European countries41
Towards an epistemology for conjunctural inter-urban comparison40
Regional foundations of energy transitions39
Golfing with Trump. Social capital, decline, inequality, and the rise of populism in the US29
Globalisation in reverse? Reconfiguring the geographies of value chains and production networks26
Jiehebuor suburb? Towards a translational turn in urban studies24
Rethinking the political economy of place: challenges of productivity and inclusion22
Rethinking spatial policy in an era of multiple crises21
Geographies of discontent: sources, manifestations and consequences20
The riskscapes of re/insurance17
From globalising to regionalising to reshoring value chains? The case of Japan’s semiconductor industry17
Of losers and laggards: the interplay of material conditions and individual perceptions in the shaping of EU discontent17
Urbanising climate justice: constructing scales and politicising difference16
Discontent and its geographies15
Riskscapes and the socio-spatial challenges of climate change15
Reshoring by small firms: dual sourcing strategies and local subcontracting in value chains14
Theorising in urban and regional studies: negotiating generalisation and particularity14
Scalar postpolitics, inclusive growth and inclusive economies: challenging the Greater Manchester agglomeration model13
The network effect of deglobalisation on European regions12
Racialised uneven development and multiple exposure: sea-level rise and high-risk neighbourhoods in Stockton, CA12
Labour market polarisation as a localised process: evidence from Sweden12
Cities, innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystems: assessing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic10
Understanding inclusive growth at local level: changing patterns and types of neighbourhood disadvantage in three English city-regions10
Diversity in leading and laggard regions: living standards, residual income and regional policy10
Financialisation, regional economic development and the coronavirus crisis: a time for spatial monetary policy?10
Regional assets and network switching: shifting geographies of ownership, control and capital in UK offshore oil10
Climate change, the politics of anticipation and future riskscapes in Africa10
‘Covid-19 opened the pandora box’ of the creative city: creative and cultural workers against precarity in Milan10
The strange case of urban theory10
Disrupting the riskscapes of inequities: a case study of planning for resilience in Canada’s Metro Vancouver region9
Re-imagining evolutionary economic geography9
Understanding the post-COVID state and its geographies9
Understanding the uneven geography of urban energy transitions: insights from Edmonton, Canada9
Environmental change, risk and vulnerability: poverty, food insecurity and HIV/AIDS amid infrastructural development and climate change in Southern Africa9
The Stockholm Syndrome: the view of the capital by the “Places Left Behind”8
Where do angry birds tweet? Income inequality and online hate in Italy8
Ecospatiality: transforming Kerala’s post-flood ‘riskscapes’8
COVID Keynesianism: locating inequality in the Anglo-American crisis response8
The future of the corporate office? Emerging trends in the post-Covid city8
Placing the platform economy: the emerging, developing and upgrading of Taobao villages as a platform-based place making phenomenon in China8
Challenging austerity under the COVID-19 state8
Continuity and change in national riskscapes: a New Zealand perspective on the challenges for climate governance theory and practice8
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