Current Editors
Change in Editor Anonymity Policy
2018-2020 Editors-Elect Announcement
Appointment of Special Guest Editor
Conflict of Interest Policy and Recommended Governance Norms

Past Editors

Current Editors

Jeff Inman Meg Campbell Amna Kirmani Linda Price

J. Jeffrey Inman is Associate Dean for Research and Faculty, Albert Wesley Frey Professor of Marketing, and Professor of Business Administration at the University of Pittsburgh’s Katz Graduate School of Business.

Margaret C. Campbell is Provost Professor of Marketing at the University of Colorado Boulder’s Leeds School of Business.

Amna Kirmani is Professor of Marketing at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.

Linda L. Price is Philip H. Knight Chair and Professor of Marketing at the University of Oregon’s Lundquist College of Business.

Appointment of Special Guest Editor

David Glen Mick  
The Policy Board is pleased to announce that David Glen Mick has agreed to serve as the first guest editor under the new editor publication policy. Professor Mick is the Robert Hill Carter Professor of Marketing in the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia. He served with distinction as editor of JCR from 1999 to 2003. He is a long-term member of the JCR ERB, a past president of ACR, an SCP Fellow, the founder of the transformative consumer research movement, and one of the most respected and prolific scholars in our field. His willingness to assume the special guest editor responsibilities will greatly assist JCR in implementing this new policy as fair, balanced, and as free from conflict of interest as is feasible. Professor Mick assumed his responsibilities July 1, 2016 and has agreed to an initial three-year term.

Conflict of Interest Policy and Recommended Governance Norms

A conflict of interest occurs when someone in a position of authority has the opportunity to participate in decisions that may lead to a perception of bias or favoritism based on that person’s relationship with an individual who would be affected by the decision.

At JCR, conflicts of interest typically involve decisions made by editors or members of the editorial team, members of the Policy Board, and the like that affect colleagues (former and current), classmates, coauthors (from the past four years), students/advisees, mentors/advisers, rivals, family members, or close friends. Editors might also have conflicts because of their obligations to other journals or organizations.

JCR's Conflict of Interest Policy aims to specify some circumstances in which a conflict of interest might occur. Further, it offers some policy and governance remedies to address such conflicts and avoid perceptions of bias as well as favoritism and to preserve the journal’s reputation. If you have any questions, please contact the editorial office.

Past Editors

  Darren Dahl, 2014-2017
Eileen Fischer, 2014-2017
Gita Johar, 2014-2017
Vicki Morwitz, 2014-2017
Mary Frances Luce, 2011-2014
Ann McGill, 2009-2014
Laura Peracchio, 2011-2014

John Deighton, 2005-2011
Deborah MacInnis, 2009-2011
Baba Shiv, 2009-2011
Dawn Iacobucci, 2003-2005
David Glen Mick, 1999-2003
Robert Burnkrant, 1996-1999
Brian Sternthal, 1993-1996

Kent Monroe, 1990-1993
Richard Lutz, 1987-1990
James Bettman, 1982-1987
Harold Kassarjian, 1982-1987
Seymour Sudman, 1981-1982
Robert Ferber, 1977-1981
Ronald Frank, 1972-1977