Biographies

ELIZABETH MINTON

Is an assistant professor of marketing at the University of Wyoming who conducts research on religion and consumer well-being. In addition to a coauthored book on religion and marketing, she has publications in the Journal of Advertising, Psychology & Marketing, Journal of Business Research, and Journal of Macromarketing.

SAMER SAROFIM

Is a PhD Candidate in marketing at the University of Kansas who conducts research on religiosity, financial decision-making, and emotions. In addition to a coauthored, peer-reviewed book chapter on religiosity and consumer behavior, he has empirical research under advanced stages of review at respectable marketing journals.