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Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 37(1)

Looking to the Future: The Evolving Marketing and Public Policy Community
Joshua L. Wiener, Pam Scholder Ellen, and Scot Burton [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Best in Class or Simply the Best? The Impact of Absolute Versus Relative Ecolabeling Approaches
Stefanie Lena Hille, Christian Geiger, Moritz Loock, and John Peloza [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Dog Parks and Coffee Shops: Faux Diversity and Consumption in Gentrifying Neighborhoods
Sonya A. Grier and Vanessa G. Perry [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumer Responses to For-Profit Firms Exercising Religious Freedom in the Marketplace
M. Paula Fitzgerald and Karen Russo Donovan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

When Back of Pack Meets Front of Pack: How Salient and Simplified Nutrition Labels Affect Food Sales in Supermarkets
Ossama Elshiewy and Yasemin Boztug [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Effects of Perceived Scarcity on Financial Decision Making
Laurel Aynne Cook and Raika Sadeghein [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Relationships of Competition and Demographics to the Pricing of Health Insurance Premiums in Affordable Care Act–Era Health Insurance Markets
Genevieve E. O’Connor [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Introduction to the Special Section on Global Perspectives in Public Policy and Marketing
Steven W. Kopp and Kyung-Hoon Kim [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How Liberals and Conservatives Respond to Equality-Based and Proportionality-Based Rewards in Charity Advertising
Younghwa Lee, Sukki Yoon, Young Woo Lee, and Marla B. Royne [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Impact of Nutrition Label Regulation on Firm Marketing Action and Performance in China
Peng Zou, Yixin Li, and Yan Liu [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumer Response to Disclosures in Digitally Retouched Advertisements
Nadine A. Schirmer, Manfred Schwaiger, Charles R. Taylor, and John P. Costello [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Toward a General Theory of Regulatory Arbitrage: A Marketing Systems Perspective
Alexei Gloukhovtsev, John W. Schouten, and Pekka Mattila [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Social Sustainability as Buying Local: Effects of Soft Policy, Meso-Level Actors, and Social Influences on Purchase Intentions
Francesco Testa, Michael V. Russo, T. Bettina Cornwell, Aaron McDonald, and Brandon Reich [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Remedying Food Policy Invisibility with Spatial Intersectionality: A Case Study in the Detroit Metropolitan Area
Seongsoo Jang and Jinwon Kim [Publisher] [Google Scholar]