Journal of Chinese Governance

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Chinese Governance is 7. 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 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Public governance mechanism in the prevention and control of the COVID-19: information, decision-making and execution85
Opinions from the epicenter: an online survey of university students in Wuhan amidst the COVID-19 outbreak158
A balance act: minimizing economic loss while controlling novel coronavirus pneumonia52
Crippled community governance and suppressed scientific/professional communities: a critical assessment of failed early warning for the COVID-19 outbreak in China34
A big data analysis on the five dimensions of emergency management information in the early stage of COVID-19 in China33
What does sustainability demand? An institutionalist analysis with applications to China20
Finding a place for the Party: debunking the “party-state” and rethinking the state-society relationship in China’s one-party system20
Pathways to international cooperation on climate governance in China: a comparative analysis18
Striking a balance between science and politics: understanding the risk-based policy-making process during the outbreak of COVID-19 epidemic in China18
The Chinese platform business group: an alternative to the Silicon Valley model?13
Improvement of environmental performance and optimization of industrial structure of the Yangtze River economic belt in China: going forward together or restraining each other?12
City brains and smart urbanization: regulating ‘sharing economy’ innovation in China12
Multilevel responses to risks, shocks and pandemics: lessons from the evolving Chinese governance model11
Trust is in the air: pollution and Chinese citizens' attitudes towards local, regional and central levels of government10
Varieties of public–private co-governance on cybersecurity within the digital trade: implications from Huawei’s 5G10
The state of the field for governance and policy innovation in China9
Experts’ conservative judgment and containment of COVID-19 in early outbreak9
Participatory budgeting and political representation in China8
Implementing targeted poverty alleviation: a policy implementation typology8
Seeking performance or control? Tethered party innovation in China’s performance evaluation system8
Public participation in China: the case for environmental enforcement8
An early assessment of the County Medical Community reform in China: a case study of Zhejiang province7
Land commodification andhukoupolicy innovation in China: evidence from a survey experiment7
Consultation as policymaking innovation: comparing government transparency and public participation in China and the United States7
The credibility and bargaining during the process of policy implementation—a case study of China’s prohibition of open burning of crop straw policy7
Enlisting citizens: forging the effectiveness of policy implementation in local China7
The changing credibility of institutions: how household registration systems (hukou) in Mainland China and Taiwan define immigrants’ social benefits7
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