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Title: Assistant Professor of Strategic Management and Public Policy
Department: Strategic Management and Public Policy
Address: Funger Hall 615A
Phone: (202) 994-2578
Ph.D., University of Virginia, Darden School Of Business, 2006
M.B.A., University of Virginia, Darden School of Business, 1999
B.S., Industrial and Operations Engineering, University of Michigan, 1993
Area of Expertise: Business Ethics, Privacy, Technology, Stakeholder Theory, & Factorial Vignette Surveys.
Martin, K. Forthcoming. Information Technology and Privacy: Conceptual muddles or privacy vacuums? Ethics and Information Technology.
Martin, K. 2012. Diminished or Just Different? A factorial vignette study of privacy as a social contract. Journal of Business Ethics.
Martin, K. and Parmar, B. 2012. Assumptions in Decision Making Scholarship: A taxonomy of assumptions. Journal of Business Ethics 105(3): 289-306.
Martin, K. 2011. TMI (Too Much Information): The role of friction and familiarity in disclosing information. Business and Professional Ethics Journal.
Martin, K. 2008. Internet Technologies in China: Insights on the morally important influence of managers. Journal of Business Ethics 83: 489-501.
Freeman, R.E, Martin, K., and Parmar, B. 2007. Stakeholder Capitalism. Journal of Business Ethics 74: 303-314.
Martin, K. and Freeman, R.E. 2004. The Separation of Technology and Ethics in Business Ethics. Journal of Business Ethics 53: 353-364.
Martin, K. and Freeman, R.E. 2003. Some Problems with Employee Monitoring. Journal of Business Ethics 43: 353-361.
Member, US Census Bureau National Advisory Committee, 2012-2015
Research Fellow, Business Roundtable institute for corporate ethics.
Dr. Martin's research interests include exploring privacy norms and expectations, understanding the role of business in innovation and ethics, and advancing stakeholder scholarship.