Policy Board


JCR's Policy Board is composed of representatives appointed by the journal's 11 sponsoring organizations. The Policy Board is responsible for the development and implementation of editorial direction and policy. The Policy Board is also responsible for the business affairs of the nonprofit corporation that owns the journal.


Eric J. Arnould
American Anthropological Association



Edward Blair (Vice President)
American Association for Public Opinion Research


Amber Epp
American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences



Richard J. Lutz (President)
American Marketing Association



       
Fred Wherry
Frederick Wherry
American Sociological Association

Greg Allenby
Greg M. Allenby
American Statistical Association

Debbie MacInnis
Deborah MacInnis
Association for Consumer Research

Don Lehmann
Donald R. Lehmann
Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences
       
Tina Lowrey
Tina Lowrey
International Communication Association
Hans Baumgartner
Hans Baumgartner (Treasurer)
Society for Consumer Psychology
(APA Division 23)


Daphna Oyserman
Daphna Oyserman
Society for Personality and Social Psychology
(APA Division 8)
 
       

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.