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Kirsten E. Martin

Kirsten E. Martin

Title: Assistant Professor of Strategic Management and Public Policy

Department: Strategic Management and Public Policy

Address: Funger Hall 615A

Phone: (202) 994-2478

Email: martink@gwu.edu


Website: www.kirstenmartin.net



Degrees:
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.

Publications:
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.

Editorial Positions:

Professional Activities: Member, US Census Bureau National Advisory Committee, 2012-2015
Research Fellow, Business Roundtable institute for corporate ethics.

Current Research:
Dr. Martin's research interests include exploring privacy norms and expectations, understanding the role of business in innovation and ethics, and advancing stakeholder scholarship.