Journal of International disPute Settlement

(The TQCC of Journal of International disPute Settlement is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Exit from International Tribunals7
The Shape and Structure of the ‘Usable Past’: An Empirical Analysis of the Use of Precedent in International Adjudication5
Emerging Powers in International Dispute Settlement: From Legal Capacity Building to a Level Playing Field?4
Investment Treaties and the Internal Vetting of Regulatory Proposals: A Case Study from Canada3
The Competence of the International Court of Justice and the Doctrine of the Indispensable Party: from Monetary Gold to East Timor and Beyond2
‘Mirages of an Intellectual Dreamland’? Ratio, Obiter and the Textualization of International Precedent2
State Responsibility for Corruption in International Investment Arbitration2
Margin of Appreciation as an Indicator of Judicial Deference: Is It Applicable to Investment Arbitration?2
Does the Monetary Gold Principle Apply to International Courts and Tribunals Generally?2
From Conventions to Protocols: Conceptualizing Changes to the International Dispute Resolution Landscape2
Applicable Law Provisions in Investment Treaties: Forever Midnight Clauses?2
Inter-State Compulsory Conciliation Procedures and the Maritime Boundary Dispute Between Timor-Leste and Australia1
Do BITs ‘Work’? Empirical Evidence from France1
The ‘Social License to Operate’: An Emerging Concept in the Practice of International Investment Tribunals1
Foreign Investment, Development and Governance1
Inter-State Communication under ICERD: From ad hoc Conciliation to Collective Enforcement?1
Reforming Judicial Supervision of Chinese Arbitration1
Sovereigns, Sterling and ‘Some Bastards too!’: Brexit Seen from Shakespeare’s King John1
A Data Analysis of the Iran–US Claims Tribunal’s Jurisprudence—Lessons for International Dispute-Settlement Today1
The Problem with Public Morals1