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  1. 2007 Society for Marketing Advances Conference November 7-10, 2007 Jim Brown & Rajiv Dant Co-Editors

  2. JR Editorial Team • Co-Editors • James R. Brown (West Virginia University) • Rajiv P. Dant (University of South Florida) • Associate Editors • William Bearden (University of South Carolina) • James Hess (University of Houston) • Praveen Kopalle (Dartmouth College) • Robert Kozinets (York University) • V. Kumar (University of Connecticut) • 75 Editorial Review Board Members • Scores of Ad Hoc Reviewers

  3. JR’s Strategic Relationships • JR Brand Is Owned by NYU • JR Is Published by Elsevier • JR Is Edited at: • University of South Florida • West Virginia University

  4. Journal of Retailing, circa 1925, Predates • Journal of Marketing by 9 years • Journal of Marketing Research by 38 years • Journal of Consumer Research by 49 years • JAMS by 48 years • Marketing Science by 57 years We Are Well EstablishedRelative Standing • 1.Journal of Marketing • 2. Journal of Marketing Research • 3. Journal of Consumer Research • 4. Marketing Science • 5. Journal of Retailing • 6. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science Source: Polonsky and Whitelaw (2006) Journal of Retailing Ranking* * These rankings vary study by study.

  5. We Are Always Looking for Interesting & Insightful Papers Problem-Based Research Interesting & Insightful Method-Based Research Theory-Based Research

  6. We Cover A Broad Number of TopicsContent Analysis 2001-2007 And the winner is….

  7. JR’s Distribution of Corresponding Authors 2006 Published Articles Only

  8. JR Special Issues • Modeling the Retail Phenomenon Planned for Early to Middle 2009 Submission Deadline: March 31, 2008 Special Issue Co-Editors: James D. Hess, University of Houston Praveen K. Kopalle, Dartmouth College • Consumer Behavior and Retailing Planned for Early to Middle 2009 Submission Deadline: March 31, 2008 Special Issue Co-Editors: William O. Bearden, University of South Carolina David M. Hardesty, University of Kentucky

  9. New Manuscript Submissions 2002: 117 2003: 197 2004: 165 2005: 219 2006: 186 2007: 192 Estimated Manuscripts Published 2002: 22 2003: 21 2004: 24 2005: 22 2006: 31 2007: 31 Scheduled We Have A Good Turn Around Time Average Acceptance Rate = 13% Mean Reviewer Turnaround = 34 days

  10. 2007 William R. DavidsonBest Paper Awards • 1st Place: • Morales, Andrea, Barbara Kahn, Leigh McAlister, and Susan Broniarczyk “Perceptions of Assortment Variety: The Effects of Congruency between Consumers’ Internal and Retails’ External Organization” JR Volume 81 (2005) • Tied 2nd Place: • Taylor, Gail, and Scott A. Neslin “The Current and Future Sales Impact of a Retail Frequency Reward Program” JR Volume 81 (2005) • Yadav, Manjit, and Rajan Varadarajan “Understanding Product Migration to the Electronic Marketplace: A Conceptual Framework” JR Volume 81 (2005)

  11. 2007 Outstanding Reviewer Awards • Paul Farris • Shankar Ganesan • Mary Gilly • Jean Johnson • Tammy Mangleburg • Rob Palmatier • Kristy Reynolds

  12. Thoughts on Navigating the Review Process • Initial Submission • Tackle interesting and relevant issues • Make explicit your contributions to the literature • Use the literature and strong logic to support your conceptual framework • Integrate the hypotheses into the conceptual discussion • Make sure that your research design matches your research question • If your manuscript exceeds 30 or so pages, it will likely benefit from tighter thinking • Invitations to Revise • Respond to the reviewers’ and editor’s comments • Accept the invitation to revise

  13. How to Get Your JR Submission Desk Rejected • Our Desk Reject Rate Is High (~38%) • Because Authors: • Submit Non-Academic Papers • Submit Purely Descriptive Papers • Contribute Nothing New to: • Retailing Theories, • Retailing Research Methods, or • The Solution of Retailing Problems • Overlook Cross-Cultural Implications • When Testing Existing Theories in Emerging Markets • Submit a Replication • With Only a Small Change

  14. We Want You to ... • Choose the Journal of Retailing as your first option for submitting your best research on retailing and related topics. • Continue to: • Encourage your Colleagues and Doctoral Students to Submit their Best Work to the JR • Share with us your ideas for Growing the JR’s Impact

  15. … Read the JR • Full Text Availability • Science Direct – • http://www.sciencedirect.com • Type in “Journal of Retailing” • ProQuest • Discounted Subscriptions Available to Members of: • Academy of Marketing Science • American Collegiate Retailing Association

  16. … Submit to the JR • Two Ways to Submit to the JR: • ees.elsevier.com/retail/ • Register First (second link from right) • Proceed to Log In • www.elsevier.com/locate/jretai • Right Hand Side • For Authors • Submit Your Articles

  17. ... Contact Us • To share your ideas, suggestions, questions, and comments for improving the JR • You can reach Jim at: • JournalOfRetailing@mail.wvu.edu • You can reach Rajiv at: • jr@coba.usf.edu

  18. JOURNAL of RETAILING • THANK YOU! • For your past support of the JR • In advance for your future support of the JR