Development Studies

Most Cited Articles and Rankings

Most Cited Articles and Rankings


This collection features highly cited articles from Wiley’s ISI-ranked Development Studies titles. The research is free through 2015.


African Development Review

2015: Planning & Development 44 / 55
Impact Factor: 0.724

Characteristics and Macroeconomic Determinants of Youth Employment in Africa
John C. Anyanwu

Factors Affecting Economic Growth in Africa: Are There any Lessons from China?
John C. Anyanwu

Developing Economies

2015: Planning & Development 47 / 55
Impact Factor: 0.517

Monetary and Nonmonetary Returns to Education in Indonesia
Kitae Sohn

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/enhanced/doi/10.1111/j.1746-1049.2010.00122.x
Nicholas CHARRON

Development and Change

2015: Planning & Development 12 / 55
Impact Factor: 1.72

Governing Global Land Deals: The Role of the State in the Rush for Land
Wendy Wolford, Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Ruth Hall, Ian Scoones, Ben White

The Contradictory Logic of Global Ecosystem Services Markets
Kathleen McAfee

Development Policy Review

2015: Planning & Development 40 / 55
Impact Factor: 0.831

The MDG Conundrum: Meeting the Targets Without Missing the Point
Jan Vandemoortele

Not by Rent Alone:Analysing the Pro-Poor Functions of Small-Scale Fisheries in Developing Countries
Christophe Béné, Bjørn Hersoug and Edward H. Allison

Disasters

2015: Planning & Development 30 / 55
Impact Factor: 1.08

Framework for integrating indigenous and scientific knowledge for disaster risk reduction
Jessica Mercer, Ilan Kelman, Lorin Taranis and Sandie Suchet-Pearson

Symptomatic profile and healthrelated quality of life of persons affected by the Prestige catastrophe
José M. Sabucedo, Constantino Arce, Carmen Senra, Gloria Seoane and Isabel Vázquez

Growth and Change

2015: Planning & Development 39 / 55
Impact Factor: 0.877

Regional Innovation Patterns and the EU Regional Policy Reform: Toward Smart Innovation Policies
Roberto Camagni, Roberta Capello

New Insights into Senior Travel Behavior: The Canadian Experience
DARREN M. SCOTT, KENNETH BRUCE NEWBOLD, JAMIE E.L. SPINNEY, RUBEN MERCADO, ANTONIO PÁEZ, PAVLOS S. KANAROGLOU

International Journal of Urban and Regional Research2015: Planning & Development 9 / 55
Impact Factor: 1.868

Cities in a World of Cities: The Comparative Gesture
Jennifer Robinson

The ‘Urban Age’ in Question
NEIL BRENNER and CHRISTIAN SCHMID

Journal of Agrarian Change

2015: Planning & Development 8 / 55
Impact Factor: 2.034

Global Land Grabbing and Trajectories of Agrarian Change: A Preliminary Analysis
Saturnino M. Borras, Jr., Jennifer C. Franco

The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and the Making of a Market for 'Sustainable Fish'
Stefano Ponte

Journal of International Development

2015: Planning & Development 46 / 55
Impact Factor: 0.659

VULNERABILITY, CAPACITY AND RESILIENCE: PERSPECTIVES FOR CLIMATE AND DEVELOPMENT POLICY
J.C. GAILLARD

RETHINKING CLIMATE REFUGEES AND CLIMATE CONFLICT: RHETORIC, REALITY AND THE POLITICS OF POLICY DISCOURSE
BETSY HARTMANN

Journal of Regional Science

2015: Planning & Development 15 / 55
Impact Factor: 1.63

The Case for Regional Development Intervention: Place-Based Versus Place-Neutral Approaches
Fabrizio Barca, Philip McCann, Andres Rodriguez-Pose

THE MAGNITUDE AND CAUSES OF AGGLOMERATION ECONOMIES
Diego Puga

Review of Development Economics

2015: Planning & Development 54 / 55
Impact Factor: 0.296

Climate Change, Growth and Infrastructure Investment: The Case of Mozambique
Richard E. Baldwin, Rikard Forslid

Why Isn’t the Doha Development Agenda more Poverty Friendly?
Thomas W. Hertel, Roman Keeney, Maros Ivanic, and L. Alan Winters

Social Policy & Administration

2015: Planning & Development 31 / 55
Impact Factor: 1.069

Root and Branch Restructuring to Achieve Major Cuts: The Social Policy Programme of the 2010 UK Coalition Government
Peter Taylor-Gooby

Healthcare System Types: A Conceptual Framework for Comparison
Claus Wendt, Lorraine Frisina, Heinz Rothgang

Sustainable Development

2015: Planning & Development 17 / 55
Impact Factor: 1.242

The social dimension of sustainable development: Defining urban social sustainability
Glen Bramley, Sinéad Power, Caroline Brown

A socio-metabolic transition towards sustainability? Challenges for another Great Transformation
Helmut Haberl, Marina Fischer-Kowalski, Fridolin Krausmann, Joan Martinez-Alier, Verena Winiwarter


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International Migration

2014:Demography 17 / 25
Impact Factor: 0.679

The Migration and Development Pendulum: A Critical View on Research and Policy
Hein de Haas

Nigerians in China: A Second State of Immobility
Heidi Ostbo Haugen

International Migration Review

2014: Demography 15 / 25
Impact Factor: 1.033

Pathways to El Norte: Origins, Destinations, and Characteristics of Mexican Migrants to the United States
Fernando Riosmena, Douglas S. Massey

Unauthorized Immigration to the United States: Annual Estimates and Components of Change, by State, 1990 to 2010
Robert Warren, John Robert Warren

Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health

2014: Demography 2 / 25
Impact Factor: 2.399

Young Adults' Contraceptive Knowledge, Norms and Attitudes: Associations with Risk Of Unintended Pregnancy
Jennifer Frost, Laura Duberstein Laidberg, Lawrence B. Finer

Contraceptive Features Preferred by Women At High Risk of Unintended Pregnancy
Lauren N. Lessard, Deborah Karasek, Sandi Ma, Philip Darney, Julianna Deardorff, Maureen Lahiff, Dan Grossman, Diana Greene Foster

Population and Development

2014: Demography 6 / 25
Impact Factor: 1.667

The Latin American Cohabitation Boom, 1970-2007
Albert Esteve, Ron Lesthaeghe, Antonio Lopez-Gay

Unintended Consequences of US Immigration Policy: Explaining the Post-1965 Surge from Latin America
Douglas Masssey, Karen A. Pren

Population, Space and Place

2014: Demography 5 / 25
Impact Factor: 1.781

Heterolocal Identities? Counter-Urbanisation, Second Homes, and Rural Consumption in the Era of Mobilities
Keith Halfacree

Geography and Migration Studies: Retrospect and Prospect
Russell King

Studies in Family Planning

(Studies in Family Planning) 2014: Demography 10 / 25
Impact Factor: 1.34

Effects of Birth Spacing on Maternal, Perinatal, Infant, and Child Health: A Systematic Review of Causal Mechanisms
Agustin Conde-Agudelo, Anyeli Rosas-Bermudez, Fabio Castano, Maureen H> Norton

Women's Sexual Empowerment and Contraceptive Use in Ghana
Halley P. Crissman, Richard M. Adanu, Siobhan D. Harlow



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