Journal of Human Development and Capabilities

(The TQCC of Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 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 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
When a River Becomes a Person29
COVID-19 as a Capability Crisis: Using the Capability Framework to Understand Policy Challenges18
Ghana’s Planting for Food and Jobs Programme: A Look at the Role of Capability in Farmers’ Participation15
Decoding India's Low Covid-19 Case Fatality Rate15
Energy Poverty as a Restriction of Multiple Capabilities: A Systemic Approach for Belgium14
Implementing a Group-Specific Multidimensional Poverty Measure: The Case of Persons with Disabilities in Peru13
Human Capabilities and Pandemics13
Energy and the Good Life: Capabilities as the Foundation of the Right to Access Energy Services13
Energy Justice and the Capability Approach—Introduction to the Special Issue13
Local Governments and SDG Localisation: Reshaping Multilevel Governance from the Bottom up13
Using the Capability Approach as a normative perspective on energy justice: Insights from two case studies on digitalisation in the energy sector11
Development and Psychometric Evaluation of the Experiences of Social Inclusion Scale11
Does Empowering Women in Politics Boost Human Development? An Empirical Analysis, 1960–201811
Children’s Abilities, Freedom, and the Process of Capability-Formation10
Beyond Utilitarian Economics: A Capability Approach to Energy Poverty and Social Suffering10
Transition to Renewable Energy and Indigenous People in Northern Australia: Enhancing or Inhibiting Capabilities?10
Rethinking Child Poverty9
“It Is Too Much for Us”: Direct and Indirect Costs of Disability Amongst Working-Aged People with Disabilities in Dhaka, Bangladesh and Nairobi, Kenya8
Operationalising Capability Thinking in the Assessment of Energy Poverty Relief Policies: Moving from Compensation-based to Empowerment-focused Policy Strategies8
Editorial: A “Decade for Action” on SDG Localisation8
An Individual-based Index of Multidimensional Poverty for Low- and Middle-Income Countries7
From Streets to Developing Aspirations: How Does Collective Agency for Education Change Marginalised Migrant Youths’ Lives?7
A Missing Link? Capabilities, the Ethics of Care and the Relational Context of Energy Justice7
Meaningful Labour, Employee Ownership, and Workplace Democracy: A Comment on Weidel (2018)7
Can Women’s Self-help Groups Contribute to Sustainable Development? Evidence of Capability Changes from Northern India7
Voluntary Local Reviews as Drivers for SDG Localisation and Sustainable Human Development6
Capability Approach to Valued Pedagogical Practices in Tanzania: An Alternative to Learner-Centred Pedagogy?6
Who Benefits and How? A Capabilities Perspective on Solar Micro-grids in India6
Multidimensional Poverty and Natural Disasters in Argentina (1970–2010)6
Gender and Intersecting Inequalities in Education: Reflections on a Framework for Measurement6
From Productive Work to Capability-Enhancing Work: Implications for Labour Law and Policy5
Conceptualising Capabilities and Dimensions of Advantage as Needs5
The Role of Transformative Innovation for SDGs Localisation. Insights from the South-African “Living Catchments Project”5
The Value of Freedom: A Review of the Current Developments and Conceptual Issues in the Measurement of Capability5
Building University Capabilities to Respond to Climate Change Through Participatory Action Research: Towards a Comparative Analytical Framework4
Capability and Oppression4
The Other Species Capability & the Power of Wonder4
A Capabilitarian Participatory Paradigm: Methods, Methodologies and Cosmological Issues and Possibilities4
Compensation for Energy Infrastructures: Can a Capability Approach be More Equitable?4
Global Trends in Education Inequality: 1950–20103
Women as Pioneers: Examining Their Role in Decision Making on Toilet Construction in India3
“They Take Away What We Are”: Contributions of a Participatory Process with Photovoice to the Capabilities for Epistemic Liberation of Young People3
On the Nature and Determinants of Poor Households’ Resilience in Fragility Contexts3
An Epistemological Break: Redefining Participatory Research in Capabilitarian Scholarship3
Animal Capabilities and Freedom in the City3
On “Consequentialism” and the Capability Approach3
Parental Disability and Children's Educational Outcomes: Evidence from Tanzania3
Indigenous Communities Defining and Utilising Self-determination as an Individual and Collective Capability3
“Freedom from Want”: A Critical Reflection in the Face of the Anthropocene3
Fossil Fuel Industry Phase-Out and Just Transition: Designing Policies to Protect Workers’ Living Standards3
Light at the End of the Tunnel: The Capability Approach in the Aftermath of Covid 193
Marginalised Youth Activism: Peer-Engaged Research and Epistemic Justice3
How Nussbaum's Capabilities Approach Values the Environment: Extrinsically But as an End?3