Global Policy

Papers
(The TQCC of Global Policy 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
Measuring the Economic Risk of COVID‐1943
Emerging Consensus on ‘Ethical AI’: Human Rights Critique of Stakeholder Guidelines32
Cryptocurrencies and CBDC: The Route Ahead30
The International Authority Database27
The Adjustment of International Institutions to Global Power Shifts: A Framework for Analysis26
Digital Health in Response to COVID‐19 in Low‐ and Middle‐income Countries: Opportunities and Challenges26
The Selective Closure of Civic Space25
Beyond Carbon Pricing: Tax Reform is Climate Policy24
Large‐Scale Carbon Dioxide Removal to Meet the 1.5°C Limit: Key Governance Gaps, Challenges and Priority Responses23
Chinese Overseas Investment Policy: Implications for Climate Change23
Fragmentation and the Future: Investigating Architectures for International AI Governance22
COVID‐19 and Policy Responses by International Organizations: Crisis of Liberal International Order or Window of Opportunity?21
Clash of Geofutures and the Remaking of Planetary Order: Faultlines underlying Conflicts over Geoengineering Governance19
Managing Land‐based CDR: BECCS, Forests and Carbon Sequestration19
Carbon‐dioxide Removal and Biodiversity: A Threat Identification Framework19
Drone Use for COVID‐19 Related Problems: Techno‐solutionism and its Societal Implications19
WTO Reform: Back to the Past to Build for the Future18
Beyond immigration: Moving from Western to Global Indexes of Migration Policy16
Plurilateral Cooperation as an Alternative to Trade Agreements: Innovating One Domain at a Time16
Addressing the Humanitarian and Environmental Consequences of Atmospheric Nuclear Weapon Tests: A Case Study of UK and US Test Programs at Kiritimati (Christmas) and Malden Islands, Republic of Kiriba16
China engages the Global South: From Bandung to the Belt and Road Initiative16
Avoiding the Road to Nowhere: Policy Insights on Scaling up and Sustaining Digital Health16
The ‘Badlands’ of the ‘Balkan Route’: Policy and Spatial Effects on Urban Refugee Housing16
Astro‐Environmentalism: Towards a Polycentric Governance of Space Debris16
Safety First: Expanding the Global Financial Safety Net in Response to COVID‐1915
Austerity Redux: The Post‐pandemic Wave of Budget Cuts and the Future of Global Public Health15
Reframing the climate debate: The origins and diffusion of net zero pledges15
Middle East and North Africa: Terrorism and Conflicts15
Climate Ambition and Sustainable Development for a New Decade: A Catalytic Framework15
The Integration of Emerging Powers into Club Institutions: China and the Arctic Council15
Informal IGOs as Mediators of Power Shifts14
Restricting NGOs: From Pushback to Accommodation14
Targeted Geoengineering: Local Interventions with Global Implications14
Understanding International Organizations’ Headquarters as Ecosystems: The Case of Geneva14
Academic Research on the 2030 Agenda: Challenges of a Transdisciplinary Field of Study13
US Strategies of Institutional Adaptation in the Face of Hegemonic Decline13
Don’t Touch My Constitution! Civil Society Resistance to Democratic Backsliding in Africa´s Pluralist Regimes12
A Code of Conduct for Responsible Geoengineering Research12
Digital Health in East Africa: Innovation, Experimentation and the Market12
Driving Global Convergence in Green Financial Policies: China as Policy Pioneer and the EU as Standard Setter12
Global Common Goods for Health: Towards a New Framework for Global Financing12
In Whose Name Are You Speaking? The Marginalization of the Poor in Global Civil Society12
International organisations as ‘custodians’ of the sustainable development goals? Fragmentation and coordination in sustainability governance12
Digital Technology and the Political Determinants of Health Inequities: Special Issue Introduction11
Governing Artificial Intelligence in an Age of Inequality11
BRICS amidst India‐China Rivalry11
Policy Opportunities and Constraints for Addressing Urban Precarity of Migrant Populations11
China’s Artificial Intelligence Innovation: A Top‐Down National Command Approach?11
Antimicrobial Resistance as a Global Health Threat: The Need to Learn Lessons from the COVID‐19 Pandemic11
When Hedging Goes Wrong: Lessons from Ukraine’s Failed Hedge of the EU and Russia10
The ‘Third’ UN: Imagining Post‐COVID‐19 Multilateralism10
Digital Trade Rules in Preferential Trade Agreements: Is There a WTO Impact?10
Defending Civic Space: Successful Resistance Against NGO Laws in Kenya and Kyrgyzstan10
Controversial Practices: Tracing the Proceduralization of the IPCC in Time and Space10
Stagnated Liberalization, Long‐term Convergence, and Index Methodology: Three Lessons from the CITRIX Citizenship Policy Dataset10
Power shifts in international organisations: China at the United Nations10
Splitting Climate Engineering Governance: How Problem Structure Shapes Institutional Design9
Taking Systems Thinking to the Global Level: Using the WHO Building Blocks to Describe and Appraise the Global Health System in Relation to COVID‐199
Experiencing Time and Space within the United Nations9
The Dangers of Data Colonialism in Precision Public Health9
Why Reform is Needed: WTO ‘Public Body’ Jurisprudence9
Stakeholder Preferences and Priorities for the Next WTO Director General9
A Systematic Framework to Understand Transnational Governance for Cybersecurity Risks from Digital Trade9
Understanding and governing global systemic crises in the 21st century: A complexity perspective8
The Enemy Within? Anti‐Rights Groups and Restrictions on Civil Society8
Time and space in the study of international organizations: An introduction8
The Legitimacy of International Institutions among Rising and Established Powers8
Rohingya refugees in the pandemic: Crisis and policy responses8
Sustainable Development Goals and their Fit with Good Governance8
Informal Learning and WTO Renewal: Using Thematic Sessions to Create More Opportunities for Dialogue8
Digital‐based Services Globalization and Multilateral Trade Cooperation8
Sharing the Benefits of Asteroid Mining8
Addressing the Ongoing Humanitarian and Environmental Consequences of Nuclear Weapons: An Introductory Review8
Who Cares about Crackdowns? Exploring the Role of Trust in Individual Philanthropy8
Vaccine politics: Law and inequality in the pandemic response to COVID‐197
Understanding Film Co‐Production in the Era of Globalization: A Value Chain Approach7
Nuclear war as a predictable surprise7
Globalization and Economic Growth: A Sustainability Analysis for South Asian Countries7
Tempering Transnational Advocacy? The Effect of Repression and Regulatory Restriction on Transnational NGO Collaborations7
Naïve no more: Foreign direct investment screening in the European Union7
Regional Integration, Health Policy and Global Health7
Causality and the fate of climate litigation: The role of the social superstructure narrative7
21st Century Capitalism and Innovation for Health7
The Balance of Infrastructure in the Indo‐Pacific: BRI, Institutional Balancing, and Quad’s Policy Choices7
A World after COVID‐19: Business as Usual, or Building Bolder and Better?7
Knowledge Transfer in the Global South: Reusing or Creating Knowledge in China’s Special Economic Zones in Ethiopia and Cambodia?7
The Club‐based Climate Regime and OECD Negotiations on Restricting Coal‐fired Power Export Finance7
Rising Powers, UN Security Council Reform, and the Failure of Rhetorical Coercion7
The UN High‐Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development: An orchestrator, more or less?7
Diversification, Khashoggi, and Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund7
Revisiting the World Order Models Project: A Case for Renewal?7
Reining in a liberal UN: China, power shifts, and the UN's peace and security pillar7
Emerging Powers, Leadership, and South–South Solidarity: The Battle Over Special and Differential Treatment at the WTO6
Are international organisations in decline? An absolute and relative perspective on institutional change6
The Political Economy of Displacement: Rent Seeking, Dispossessions and Precarious Mobility in Somali Cities6
The End of the Liberal World Order and the Future of UN Peace Operations: Lessons Learned6
Hawks in the making? European public views on nuclear weapons post‐Ukraine6
COVID‐19: A Make or Break Moment for Global Policy Making6
You’re Fired! International Courts, Re‐contracting, and the WTO Appellate Body during the Trump Presidency6
Towards planetary nexus governance in the Anthropocene: An earth system law perspective6
Refugee Policy Amidst Global Shocks: Encampment, Resettlement Barriers and the Search for ‘Durable Solutions’6
Transnational Multistakeholder Partnerships as Vessels to Finance Development: Navigating the Accountability Waters6
Emerging Powers and Differentiation in Global Climate Institutions6
Export finance and the green transition6
Powers of persuasion? China's struggle for human rights discourse power at the UN5
Understanding Change in International Organizations Across Time and Spaces: The Rise of UN Country Teams5
Comparative Fortunes of Ecosystem Services as an International Governance Concept5
Rhetorical Appeals and Strategic Cooptation in the Rise and Fall of The New International Economic Order5
Overcoming the Incoherent ‘Grand Maneuver’ in the French Film and TV Markets: Lessons from the Experiences in France and Korea5
Boosting China’s Film Production: An Assessment of the Subsidies for China’s ‘Mainstream Films’5
Inequality and the Socioeconomic Dimensions of Mobility in Protests: The Cases of Quito and Santiago5
Accommodation available: China, Western powers and the operation of structural power in the UN Security Council5
Humanitarian Planning and Localised Temporalities: The Haitian Case5
The Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland: Past, Present, and Future Precariousness5
The Ambitious Modesty of the High‐Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development5
Scenarios for BRICS Evolution in Light of the India–China Conflict5
Brazil and BRICS Multilateralism à la Carte: From Bilateralism to Community Interest5
Polycentric Urbanization and Sustainable Development in China5
The EU in Search of Autonomy in the Era of Chinese Expansionism and COVID‐19 Pandemic5
The age of fuzzy bifurcation: Lessons from the pandemic and the Ukraine War4
Assembling – Not Reinventing – the Wheel. New Developments in the Field of Migration Policy Indices4
All the Tea in China: Solving the ‘China Problem’ at the WTO4
Big Science Collaborations; Lessons for Global Governance and Leadership4
Global ocean governance in the Anthropocene: From extractive imaginaries to planetary boundaries?4
Assessing the Development–Foreign Policy Nexus of the Asian Rising Powers: South Korea, China, Japan and Indonesia4
Do Diaspora Engagement Policies Endure? An Update of the Emigrant Policies Index (EMIX) to 20174
Treaty Preambles and The Environmental Justice Gap4
Introduction to the Special Issue: ‘Governing Climate‐altering Approaches’4
Refugees and Beneficiaries of Subsidiary Protection: Measuring and Comparing Integration Policies4
Digital footprints as barriers to accessing e‐government services4
New is old? TheEU's Open, Sustainable and Assertive Trade Policy4
A mixed funding pattern: China's exercise of power within the United Nations4
Taking Cultural Goods Seriously: Geographical Indications and the Renegotiation Strategies for the Korea‐EU FTA4
Making global public policy work: A survey of international organization effectiveness4
Foreign Investment and Upgrading in the Garment Sector in Africa and Asia4
Age of Multilateralism: Why is BRICS Important despite Possible Weaknesses? A Perspective from Russia4
The Low‐carbon Equity Market: A New Alternative for Investment Diversification?4
Human Rights Fallout of Nuclear Detonations: Reevaluating ‘Threshold Thinking’ in Assisting Victims of Nuclear Testing4
The Political Value of Internal Devaluation in the Euro Area Crisis4
Afghanistan, regional powers and non‐traditional security threats and challenges4
Energy as a weapon of war: Lessons from 50 years of energy interdependence4
COVID‐Apps: Misdirecting Public Health Attention in a Pandemic4
Corporate Role Conceptions in Global Forest Governance4
Focal Times and Spaces: How Ethnography Foregrounds the Spatiotemporality of International Organizations and Global Governance4
In Spite of the Spite: An Indian View of China and India in BRICS4
Science Diplomacy and COVID‐19: Future Perspectives for South–South Cooperation4
Comprehensive power shifts in the making: China's policy transfer partnerships with the United Nations4
Governing and Measuring Health Security: The Global Push for Pandemic Preparedness Indicators4
Addressing power imbalances in biosequestration governance4
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