TOC: J Con Affairs


Journal of Consumer Affairs, 50(2)

Financial Education Interventions Targeting Immigrants and Children of Immigrants: Results from a Randomized Control Trial
Silvia Helena Barcellos, Leandro S. Carvalho, James P. Smith and Joanne Yoong [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Do We Follow the Leader or the Masses? Antecedents of the Willingness to Pay Extra for Eco-Products
Helen Arce Salazar and Leon Oerlemans [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Boundaries for the Retail Geographical Market and Factors Influencing Shoppers’ Mobility
Ivan-Damir Anic and Sonja Radas [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Saving, Selling, Earning, and Negotiating: How Adolescents Acquire Monetary Lump Sums and Who Considers Saving
Annette Otto and Paul Webley [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Cause Cue Effect: Cause-Related Marketing and Consumer Health Perceptions
Elizabeth A. Minton and T. Bettina Cornwell [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Why Do We Read On-Pack Nutrition Information so Differently? A Typology of Reading Heuristics Based on Food Consumption Goals
Isabelle Chalamon and Lydiane Nabec [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Parenting Orientations as Antecedents of Children’s Violent Videogame Play
Doug Walker, Russell N. Laczniak, Les Carlson and E. Deanne Brocato [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Trends and Applications

Who Uses Facts Up Front? A Baseline Examination of Who is Using Standardized Front-of-Package Nutrition Disclosures
Jeremy Kees and M. Paula Fitzgerald [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Comparing Military and Civilian Household Finances: Descriptive Evidence from Recent Surveys
William L. Skimmyhorn [Publisher] [Google Scholar]