TOC: J Pub Policy Mar


Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 32(1)

Reinventing Marketing and Public Policy for the Twenty-First Century: An Editorial Statement
David W Stewart [Publisher]

To Serve Man: A Marketing Manifesto (and an Article That Should Not Have Been Necessary)
John F Gaski [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Metacognitions About Consumer Protection and Individual Responsibility in the Credit Card Domain
Paul Henry, Ellen Garbarino, and Ranjit Voola [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Transformative Photography: Evaluation and Best Practices for Eliciting Social and Policy Changes
Julie L Ozanne, Emily M Moscato, and Danylle R Kunkel [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumer Misunderstanding of Credit Card Use, Payments, and Debt: Causes and Solutions
Jack B Soll, Ralph L Keeney, and Richard P Larrick [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Effect of Lifestyle-Based Depletion on Teen Consumer Behavior
Detra Y Montoya and Maura L Scott [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Leaner Choices? The Potential Influence of the Inclusion of Nutrition Facts Panels on Consumer Evaluations and Choices of Ground Beef Products
Laurel Aynne Cook, Scot Burton, and Elizabeth Howlett [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Are All Proximity Effects Created Equal? Fast Food Near Schools and Body Weight Among Diverse Adolescents
Sonya Grier and Brennan Davis [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Raising Red Flags: The Change in Deceptive Advertising of Weight Loss Products After the Federal Trade Commission’s 2003 Red Flag Initiative
Rosemary J Avery, John H Cawley, Matthew Eisenberg, and Jonathan Cantor [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

What’s Yours Is Now Mine: Deviant Consumption Through Acquisitive Crime
Kelly D Martin, John B Cullen, and Michael W Martin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

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