TOC: J Con Affairs


Journal of Consumer Affairs, 48(1)

The CFPB and Payday Lending: New Agency/Old Problem
Larry Kirsch, Robert N. Mayer and Norman I. Silber [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Fixing Consumer Protection Laws So Borrowers Understand Their Payment Obligations
Jeff Sovern [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Giving Consumers a Fair Chance: The Ideological Battle over Mandatory Grading in the 1930s and 1940s
Inger L. Stole [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How the Perceived Healthfulness of Restaurant Menu Items Influences Sodium and Calorie Misperceptions: Implications for Nutrition Disclosures in Chain Restaurants
Scot Burton, Andrea H. Tangari, Elizabeth Howlett and Anna M. Turri [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Equity Analyst Recommendations: A Case for Affirmative Disclosure?
William Baker and Gregory Dumont [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Protecting Mortgage Borrowers through Risk Awareness: Evidence from Variations in State Laws
J. Michael Collins [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Regulating Front-of-Package Nutrition Information Disclosures: A Test of Industry Self-Regulation vs. Other Popular Options
Jeremy Kees, Marla B. Royne and Yoon-Na Cho [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumers’ Optimism Bias and Responses To Risk Disclosures In Direct-To-Consumer (Dtc) Prescription Drug Advertising: The Moderating Role Of Subjective Health Literacy
Ho-Young (Anthony) Ahn, Jin Seong Park and Eric Haley [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Beyond Door-to-Door: The Implications of Invited In-Home Selling
Paul Harrison, Marta Massi and Kathryn Chalmers [Publisher] [Google Scholar]