About the JAR Editorial Board
The JAR values the knowledge and experience of its Editorial Board of marketing academics and professionals. These individuals give freely of their time to ensure that the Journal provides superior-quality, cutting-edge research to its readers. Two categories of members each serve a specific purpose: the Senior Advisory Board and Editorial Review Board. For a full list of the members, click here.
Senior Advisory Board (SAB) members serve primarily a consulting role but also contribute to peer review on as-needed basis. These include former JAR senior editors, current and former ARF leaders and others with longstanding relationships to this Journal.
Editorial Review Board (ERB) members help to ensure that each paper submitted to peer review has a fair reading and full final execution. Depending on their areas of expertise and the number of submissions in those areas, ERB members typically receive four to six requests to review in a given year. At the end of each year, the Editor-in-Chief selects one of these individuals to be awarded Best Reviewer, for making excellent contributions to the quality of peer-reviewed papers by providing in-depth, constructive reviews in a consistently, timely manner.
In addition to the above two groups are even more subject-matter specialists — ad-hoc reviewers — who balance out the reviewing burden for the regular editorial board members.
Be a Reviewer
If you are interested in becoming a reviewer for the JAR, it is often recommended to start as an ad-hoc member. For all such queries, please reach out to the Managing Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org).