Journal of Consumer Affairs

(The H4-Index of Journal of Consumer Affairs is 15. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
Covid‐19 pandemic and consumer‐employee‐organization wellbeing: A dynamic capability theory approach72
Financial knowledge and trust in financial institutions30
Is it godly to waste food? How understanding consumers' religion can help reduce consumer food waste24
Impact of consumer animosity, boycott participation, boycott motivation, and product judgment on purchase readiness or aversion of Kurdish consumers in Iraq23
Digital redlining and the fintech marketplace: Evidence from US zip codes22
“The greedy I that gives”—The paradox of egocentrism and altruism: Terror management and system justification perspectives on the interrelationship between mortality salience and charitable donations 22
Instagram and body image: Motivation to conform to the “Instabod” and consequences on young male wellbeing22
Do good things come in pairs? How personality traits help explain individuals' simultaneous pursuit of a healthy lifestyle and financially responsible behavior21
The role of national culture in financial literacy: Cross‐country evidence21
Gender differences in financial knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors: Accounting for socioeconomic disparities and psychological traits20
Religion's influence on the financial well‐being of consumers: A conceptual framework and research agenda19
Five decades of the Journal of Consumer Affairs: A bibliometric analysis19
Social media and mindfulness: From the fear of missing out (FOMO) to the joy of missing out (JOMO)17
Identifying consumer segments based on COVID‐19 pandemic perceptions and responses17
An item response theory approach to constructing and evaluating brief and in‐depth financial literacy scales17
Financial capability of student loan holders who are college students, graduates, or dropouts15
From anxiety to control: Mask‐wearing, perceived marketplace influence, and emotional well‐being during the COVID‐19 pandemic15
Impacts of Covid‐19 pandemic on consumer behavior in Turkey: A qualitative study15