KIRSTEN MARTIN (CV) is an assistant professor of Strategic Management and Public Policy at the George Washington University’s School of Business. She is the principle investigator on a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation to study online privacy and is also the vice chair of the Census Bureau’s National Advisory Committee for her work on privacy. Kirsten has published academic papers in Business and Professional Ethics Journal, Journal of Business Ethics, First Monday, and Ethics and Information Technology Journal and is co-author of the textbook Business Ethics: A managerial approach. She earned her B.S. Engineering from the University of Michigan and her MBA and Ph.D from the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business. Her research interests center on online privacy, corporate responsibility, and stakeholder theory.
- Addressing Privacy Online (3-year NSF funded project).
- Mobile Privacy in Context (1-year study funded by ADVANCE) with Katie Shilton (UMD).
- Trust in Business. With Michael Pirson (Fordham) and Bobby Parmar (UVA/Darden) funded by Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics.
- March 2014. Individual and contextual factors in meeting privacy expectations. Carnegie Mellon University.
- March 2014. Individual and contextual factors in meeting privacy expectations. New York University.
- April 2014. Mobile Privacy in Context. Future Privacy Forum. Washington DC.
- May 2014, Panelist on the Ethics of Big Data. American Association for Public Opinion Research.
- June 2014. Trust and Privacy in Mobile Apps. Privacy Law Scholars Conference.