Marketing and Logistics Journals
Robert E. Burnkrant is past editor of the Journal of Consumer Research, which was founded in 1974 as an interdisciplinary consumer research journal dedicated to publishing articles that make a major contribution to the study of some aspect of consumer behavior. Empirical, theoretical, and methodological articles that draw upon ideas and scholarly endeavors in economics, marketing, psychology, sociology, anthropology, or other fields having an interest in consumer research are welcomed.
The primary thrust of the Journal of Consumer Research is academic, rather than managerial, with topics ranging from micro-level process (e.g., determinants of brand choice) to more macro-level issues (e.g., development of consumption-related values).
The Journal of Consumer Research is published quarterly by the University of Chicago Press. The University of Chicago maintains the web site for the journal, and it can be accessed at http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/JCR/home.html
The International Journal of Logistics Management
The International Journal of Logistics Management is an academic publication whose aim is to provide executives and teachers with reports of current developments in the fields of logistics and supply chain management. Its primary goals are to facilitate the interchange of information about logistics management among business planners and researchers on a worldwide basis, and to provide a platform for new thinking on the challenges and techniques of logistics management.
Its editors are Douglas M. Lambert and Martin G. Christopher. The journal welcomes original, unpublished manuscripts that are not being submitted elsewhere.
In Europe, manuscripts should be submitted to:
In the United States and elsewhere, manuscripts should be submitted to:
The journal may be electronically accessed and subscription information may be obtained at: http://www.ijlm.org
Please consult the offices of the editors or the latest issue of the jounal for complete submission guidelines.