Journal of Consumer Affairs

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Consumer Affairs is 5. 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.)
ArticleCitations
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
“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
Digital redlining and the fintech marketplace: Evidence from US zip codes22
The role of national culture in financial literacy: Cross‐country evidence21
Do good things come in pairs? How personality traits help explain individuals' simultaneous pursuit of a healthy lifestyle and financially responsible behavior21
Gender differences in financial knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors: Accounting for socioeconomic disparities and psychological traits20
Five decades of the Journal of Consumer Affairs: A bibliometric analysis19
Religion's influence on the financial well‐being of consumers: A conceptual framework and research agenda19
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
Social media and mindfulness: From the fear of missing out (FOMO) to the joy of missing out (JOMO)17
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
Why did (some) consumers buy toilet papers? A cross‐cultural examination of panic buying as a maladaptive coping response to COVID‐1914
Financial literacy and household asset allocation: Evidence from micro‐data in China13
Illusion of safety: How consumers underestimate manipulation and deception in online (vs. offline) shopping contexts13
Unequal but essential: How subsistence consumer–entrepreneurs negotiate unprecedented shock with extraordinary resilience during COVID‐1912
Good credit, bad credit: The differential role of the sources of debt in life satisfaction12
Web workouts and consumer well‐being: The role of digital‐physical activity during the UK COVID‐19 lockdown12
Perceived access, fear, and preventative behavior: Key relationships for positive outcomes during the COVID‐19 health crisis12
Understanding consumer stockpiling: Insights provided during the COVID‐19 pandemic12
Chinese Millenials' happiness and materialism: Explanations from two life‐course theories, self‐esteem, and money‐attitudes11
Financial literacy in the digital age—A research agenda11
Marketplace literacy education and coping behaviors among subsistence consumer–entrepreneurs during demonetization in India11
Financial capability and wellbeing of vulnerable consumers10
An analysis of the relationship between risk perceptions and willingness‐to‐pay for commodities during the COVID‐19 pandemic10
Quality‐of‐life as chronotopefication and futurization: Subsistence consumer experiences in India10
Financial self‐efficacy, financial literacy, and gender: A review10
Measurement error in research on financial literacy: How much error is there and how does it influence effect size estimates?10
The shifting landscape of cannabis legalization: Potential benefits and regulatory perspectives10
The new world of philanthropy: How changing financial behavior, public policies, and COVID‐19 affect nonprofit fundraising and marketing9
Give mind to the gap: Measuring gender differences in financial knowledge9
Impact of environmental and health consciousness on ecological consumption intention: The moderating effects of haze and self‐competence9
Pandemics and consumers' mental well‐being9
Twenty‐five years of consumer vulnerability research: Critical insights and future directions9
The effects of online consumer credit on household consumption level and structure: Evidence from China9
Pandemic 1019
In search of well‐being: Factors influencing the movement toward and away from maladaptive consumption9
Motivating sustainable behaviors: The role of religiosity in a cross‐cultural context8
Immigrants, Financial Knowledge, and Financial Behavior8
The impact of the COVID‐19 pandemic on subsistence consumers' well‐being and coping strategies: Insights from India and Bangladesh8
Either you control social media or social media controls you: Understanding the impact of self‐control on excessive social media use from the dual‐system perspective8
Consumer well‐being and social responsibility of subsistence entrepreneurs in subsistence marketplace8
House price expectations, mortgages, and subjective well‐being in urban China8
Energy‐related financial literacy and electricity consumption: Survey‐based evidence from Finland7
Want to make me happy? Tell me about your experiences but not your objects7
From wheel of fortune to wheel of misfortune: Financial crises, cycles, and consumer predation7
Resilience and well‐being production among vulnerable consumers facing systematic constraints7
Are Indian professional women financially literate and prepared for retirement?7
Do consumers view the nutrition facts panel when making healthfulness assessments of food products? Antecedents and consequences7
The healing effect of cute elements7
Parents' employment, income, and finances before and during the COVID‐19 pandemic7
Social media use and subjective well‐being among middle‐aged consumers in Korea: Mediation model of social capital moderated by disability7
Financial institution objectives and auto loan pricing: Evidence from the survey of consumer finances6
Effective finance to increase financial well‐being for low‐income families: Empirical examination and policy implications6
Validation of Consumer Styles Inventory for consumer decision making styles6
The coronavirus pandemic: A window of opportunity for sustainable consumption or a time of turning away?6
The effects of physical activity calorie equivalent labeling on dieters' food consumption and post‐consumption physical activity6
Staying in “the works of living”: How older adults employ marketplace resources to age successfully6
The effect of subjective well‐being on consumption behavior6
Serial coping to anxiety under a pandemic and subsequent regulation of vice food and beverage consumption among young adults6
Extreme exclusion and relative deprivation in subsistence marketplaces: A study in a refugee settlement in Nakivale, Uganda6
Soft landings: Extending the cushion hypothesis to financial well‐being in collectivistic cultures6
Racial/ethnic differences in holding a retirement saving motive: A decomposition analysis6
Vanity and food waste: Empirical evidence from China6
A model of consumer life‐satisfaction amidst the COVID‐19 pandemic: Evidence and policy implications5
The institutional work of a social enterprise operating in a subsistence marketplace: Using the business model as a market‐shaping tool5
Financial inclusion and food insecurity: Examining linkages and potential pathways5
Household savings and subjective wellbeing: Evidence from China5
Recipients' happiness in prosocial spending: The role of social ties5
“Generally, I live a lie”: Transgender consumer experiences and responses to symbolic violence5
Does history really matter: Investigating historical branded executions' effects on contemporary consumer attitudes5
Stockpiling intentions and customer well‐being during the COVID‐19 pandemic5
Racialization of peer‐to‐peer transactions: Inequality and barriers to legitimacy5
The effect of religiosity on customer's response to service failure: Belief‐in‐fate, forgiveness, and emotional wellbeing5
Cannabis packaging: An opportunity for facilitating informed decisions5
The impact of state earned income tax credit increases on material and medical hardship5
Effects of art consumption on consumer well‐being5
Sustained credit card borrowing5
Why art matters: Artistic consumer‐entrepreneurship in subsistence marketplaces5
Envisioning a community‐centric approach to impact assessments in subsistence marketplaces5
Market segmentation strategies can be used to overcome COVID‐19 vaccine hesitancy and other health crises5
Pandemics and consumer well‐being: Provenance and research priorities5
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