International Journal of the Commons

(The TQCC of International Journal of the Commons 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.)
Diversity and Challenges of the Urban Commons: A Comprehensive Review32
Food Safety and Value Chain Coordination in the Context of a Transition Economy: The Role of Agricultural Cooperatives27
Blockchain Networks as Knowledge Commons12
Commons Management in Migrant Communities9
Defining Success in the Commons: Addressing Problem Orientations, Multidimensionality, Norms, and Tradeoffs8
Collective Action Dilemmas at Cultural Heritage Sites: An Application of the IAD-NAAS Framework7
Assessing Policy Issue Interdependencies in Environmental Governance7
Imaginaries and the Commons: Insights From Irrigation Modernization in Valencia, Spain6
Socio-Material Bricolage: (Co)Shaping of Irrigation Institutions and Infrastructures6
Migration and Gender Dynamics of Irrigation Governance in Nepal6
Crafting Collective Management Institutions in Messy Real-World Settings: A Call for Action Research6
Drivers of Biodiversity Conservation in Sacred Groves: A Comparative Study of Three Sacred Groves in Southwest Nigeria6
The Food-as-a-Commons Discourse: Analyzing the Journey to Policy Impact6
Identifying Topics and Trends in the Study of Common-Pool Resources Using Natural Language Processing5
The Promise of Collective Action for Large-Scale Commons Dilemmas: Reflections on Common-Pool-Resource Theory5
Securing the Commons in India: Mapping Polycentric Governance5
Contested Commoning: Urban Fishing Spaces and Community Wellbeing5
Commoning Semantic Interoperability in Healthcare4
A Perspective on the Future of Studying the Commons4
Outer Space as a Global Commons: An Empirical Study of Space Arrangements4
Integrating Institutions with Local Contexts in Community-Based Irrigation Governance: A Qualitative Systematic Review of Variables, Combinations, and Effects4
Decentralizing the Governance of Inland Fisheries in the Pacific Region of Colombia4
The Overexploitation of Natural Resources in Arid Central Asia. The Case of Hungry Steppe: Can a Collapse be a Solution?4
Path Dependence, Community Resilience, and Social Responses to the Implementation of Collaborative Forest Management in Ghana4
Open Source Hardware, Exploring how Industry Regulation Affects Knowledge Commons Governance: An Exploratory Case Study4
Design Principles of Common Property Institutions: The Case of Farmer Cooperatives in the Upper West Region of Ghana4
Indigenous and Local Knowledge’s Role in Social Movement’s Struggles Against Threats to Community-Based Natural Resource Management Systems: Insights from a Qualitative Meta-analysis4
How Do Game Design, Gender, and Players’ Backgrounds Affect Behavior in Framed Field Experiments? Evidence from Community Forestry in India3
Towards a Theory of Value as a Commons3
Community Control in the Housing Commons: A Conceptual Typology3
Prosuming Alone or Together: A Bisectoral Approach to Conceptualizing the Commons Prosumer3
Understanding Collective Action from Mexican Fishers’ Discourses: How Fishers Articulate the Need for the State Support and Self-Governance Capabilities3
Is the Formalization of Collective Tenure Rights Supporting Sustainable Indigenous Livelihoods? Insights from Comunidades Nativas in the Peruvian Amazon3
Dynamics of the Legal Environment and the Development of Communal Irrigation Systems3