(The TQCC of Cliometrica is 3. 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.)
Growth recurring in preindustrial Spain?18
New estimation of the gross domestic product in Baltic countries in 1913–193816
Can pandemics affect educational attainment? Evidence from the polio epidemic of 191616
Complex networks to understand the past: the case of roads in Bourbon Spain15
The significance of climate variability on early modern European grain prices13
Inequality in late colonial Indonesia: new evidence on regional differences9
On the origins of the demographic transition: rethinking the European marriage pattern7
Did profitable slave trading enable the expansion of empire?: The Asiento de Negros, the South Sea Company and the financial revolution in Great Britain6
The linguistic wage gap in Quebec, 1901 to 19515
Capital in Spain, 1850–20194
Top incomes in South Africa in the twentieth century4
Franchise extension and fiscal structure in the UK 1820–1913: a new test of the Redistribution Hypothesis4
Benchmarking Latvia’s economy: a new estimate of gross domestic product in the 1930s4
Domestic migrations in Spain during its first industrialisation, 1840s–1870s4
New economic geography and economic history: a survey of recent contributions through the lens of the Spanish industrialization process4
The Collapse of Civilization in Southern Mesopotamia4
Politics as a determinant of primary school provision: the case of Uruguay4
Of families and inheritance: law and development in England before the Industrial Revolution4
Neonatal discrimination and excess female mortality in childhood in Spain in the first half of the twentieth century3
Gender inequality in a transition economy: heights and sexual height dimorphism in Southwestern France, 1640–18503
Education and household decision-making in Spanish mining communities, 1877–19243
Recent trends in publications of economic historians in Europe and North America (1980–2019): an empirical analysis3
Is economic history changing its nature? Evidence from top journals3