All Papers

Refereed Journal Articles

  1. Martin, K.   Do Privacy Notices Matter? Comparing the impact of violating formal privacy notices and informal privacy norms on consumer trust online. Journal of Legal Studies. 45(S2): S191-S215.
  2. Martin, K. Review: Confronting the Internet’s Dark Side. Business Ethics Quarterly 27(1): 147-150.
  3. Martin, K and Helen Nissenbaum.   Measuring Privacy: An empirical examination of common privacy measures in context. Columbia Science and Technology Law Review. 18: 176-218.
  4. Pirson, M., Martin, K. & Parmar, B. Accepted. Public Trust in Business. Business and Society.
  5. Shilton, K. & Martin, K. Accepted. Mobile Privacy Expectations in Context. The Information Society.
  6. Pirson, M., Martin, K., & Parmar, B. Accepted. Initial Trust Formation, Personal Values, and Trustworthiness Salience for Stakeholder Trust. Journal of Business Ethics.
  7. Martin, K. 2016. Data Aggregators, Big Data, and Responsibility Online- Who is tracking us online and should they stop? The Information Society.
  8. Martin, K. 2015. Privacy Notices as Tabula Rasa- How consumers project expectations on privacy notices. Journal of Public Policy and Marketing.
  9. Martin, K. 2015. Ethical Issues in the Big Data Industry. MISQ Executive.
  10. Martin, K. 2015. Understanding Privacy Online: Development of a Social Contract Approach to Privacy. Journal of Business Ethics.
  11. Martin, K. & Shilton, K. Forthcoming. Experience, Trust, and Privacy in Mobile Space. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  12. Glac, K., Elm, D., & Martin, K. 2014. Areas of Privacy in Facebook: Expectations and valueBusiness and Professional Ethics Journal 33 (2/3), 147-176.
  13. Martin, K. 2014. Regulating Code. Book Review. Business Ethics Quarterly 24(4): 624-627.
  14. Martin, K. 2013. Transaction Costs, Privacy, and Trust- The laudable goals and ultimate failure of notice and choice online. First Monday 18(12). Lead Article.
  15. Martin, K. 2012. Information Technology and Privacy: Conceptual muddles or privacy vacuums? Ethics and Information Technology 14(4): 267-284.
  16. Martin, K. 2012. Diminished or Just Different? A Factorial Vignette Study of Privacy as a Social Contract.. Journal of Business Ethics 11(4): 519-539.
  17. Martin, K. & Parmar, B. 2012. Assumptions in Decision Making Scholarship: A taxonomy of assumptions. Journal of Business Ethics 105(3): 289-306.
  18. Martin, K. 2011. TMI (Too Much Information)- The Role of Friction and Familiarity in Disclosing Information. Business and Professional Ethics Journal, 30(1/2): 1-32.
  19. Martin, K. 2008. Internet Technologies in China- Insights on the Morally Important Influence of Managers. Journal of Business Ethics 83: 489-501.
  20. Freeman, R.E, Martin, K., & Parmar, B. 2007. Stakeholder Capitalism. Journal of Business Ethics 74: 303-314.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Business and Poverty: The global CSR case-book. (Eds., Weber & Gross).
  21. Martin, K. & Freeman, R.E. 2004. The Separation of Technology and Ethics in Business Ethics. Journal of Business Ethics 53: 353-364.
  22. Martin, K. & Freeman, R.E. 2003. Some Problems with Employee Monitoring. Journal of Business Ethics 43: 353-361.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. IJOB The IFCAI Journal of Organizational Behavior Vol. III(1).
      2. Employee Monitoring by The Magnus School of Business (India).
    2. Featured:
      1. 2004 (June 24). Skapinker. The Boss is Watching. Financial Times.

Journal Articles: Revise and Submit

  1. Martin, K. Do Privacy Notices Matter? Comparing the impact of violating formal privacy notices and informal privacy norms on consumer trust online. Journal of Legal Studies. Revision March 2016.
  2. Martin, K. Tracking versus Targeting Online: What influences privacy expectations of users online. Information Systems Research. Revision December 2015.

Journal Articles: Under Review

  1. Martin, K. Book Review: Confronting the Internet’s Dark Side. Business Ethics Quarterly.
  2. Martin, K. The Penalty for Privacy Violations: An Empirical Examination Of How Privacy Violations Impact Trust Online. Journal of Management Information Systems. March 2016
  3. Martin, K. Misaligned Stakeholder Salience: The Marginal Costs of Robust Stakeholder Relationships. Strategy Science. May 2016.

Working Papers

  1. Martin, K and Helen Nissenbaum. What is private about ‘public’ records data? Targeted Submission: Fall Law Reviews.
  2. Martin, K. Limits to Consumers’ Privacy Exchange Online: Measuring the impact of privacy violations on consumer trust. Targeted Journal: Journal of Marketing Review.
  3. de los Reyes, G. and K. Martin. Is contracting around lawful opportunism an option? Targeted Journal.

Selected Works in Progress

  1. Martin, K. Data Scientist as Data Scientist Makes Value Judgments. Targeted Journal: Journal of Business Ethics.
  2. Martin, K. Ethics of Data Aggregation. Targeted Journal: Journal of Business Ethics.
  3. Martin, K. Who cares about privacy? The impact of user trust intentions and firm trustworthiness on the importance of privacy practices. Targeted Journal: Journal of Business Ethics.
  4. Martin, K and Helen Nissenbaum. What is private about ‘public’ data? Targeted Submission: Privacy Law Scholars Conference 2017.
  5. Martin, K. and K. Shilton. Mobile, Trust, and Privacy: Who is to blame for privacy violations in the mobile space? Targeted Journal: Information Systems Research.
  6. Martin, K. Bounding Stakeholder Analysis: A fairness argument for limiting stakeholder identification and prioritization. Targeted Journal: Business and Society.
  7. Martin, K. Privacy, Markets, and Management: A management research agenda. Targeted Journal: Academy of Management Review.

Book Chapters/Other Articles

  1. Martin, K. and K. Shilton. Privacy Expectations in the Mobile Space. In Evan Selinger, Jules Polonetsky and Omer Tene (Ed.). Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Privacy. Cambridge University Press.
  2. Martin, K. The Role of Firms in the Economics of Privacy. In Christopher Yoo (Ed.). End User Privacy. Brookings Institution Press.
  3. Freeman, R.E., Parmar, B., and Martin, K. Forthcoming. “Do Privacy Notices Matter? Comparing the impact of violating formal privacy notices and informal privacy norms on consumer trust online. ” In D. Barton, D. Horváth, & M. Kipping (Eds.) Re-imagining Capitalism: Building a responsible, long-term model, Oxford University Press.
  4. Martin, K.  Forthcoming. Proxy Servers, Google, Twitter, and Censorship: Pluralism in the study of innovation. Responsibility to Protect and Private Actors Cambridge University Press.
  5. Pirson, M., Martin, K., & Parmar, B. 2014. Public Trust in Business, in A. Wicks, J. Harris, & B. Moriarty (Eds.) Public Trust in Business. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  6. Martin, K. 2013. Ethics Issues in Technology, in 3rd Edition of the Wiley (Blackwell) Encyclopedia of Management – Business Ethics Volume.
  7. Martin, K. 2010. Privacy Revisited- From Lady Godiva’s Peeping Tom to Facebook’s Beacon Program. Program, in D. Palmer (Ed.) Ethical Issues in E-Business: Models and Frameworks. IGI Global Publishers.
  8. Freeman, R.E., Martin, K., & Parmar, B. 2008. Global Business in a Stakeholder Society: Stakeholder Capitalism in S. Gerhardt (Ed.) Global CSR Casebook. ICEP ­ Institut zur Cooperation bei Entwicklungs-Projekten.
  9. Freeman, R.E., Martin, K., & Parmar, B. 2006. Ethics and Capitalism, in Epstein and Hanson (Eds.) The Accountable Corporation Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers.
  10. Freeman, R.E., Martin, K., Parmar,, B. Cording, M., & Werhane, P. 2006. Leading Through Values and Ethical Principles, in Cooper and Burke (Eds.) Inspiring Leaders. Oxford: Routledge Publishing.

Practitioner Papers and Cases

  1. Martin, J. & Martin. 2015. “NCAA and Paying Athletes” Teaching Case. Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics.
  2. Scotto, M. & Martin. 2011. “Bailouts and Bonuses” Teaching Case. Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics.
    1. Featured
      1. Haggerty, M. 2011 (May 6). “Business Ethics” CQ Researcher 21(18): 409-432.
  3. Martin, K. 2011. “Friedman, Fairness, and Bonuses: Teaching Bailouts and Bonuses” Teaching Note. Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics.
  4. Martin, K. Forthcoming. “Google, Inc., in China”. Teaching Case. Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics.
  5. Martin, K. 2010. “Lady Godiva and Peeping Tom” Teaching Case. Darden Business Publishing.
  6. Martin, K. 2010. “Facebook (A)/(B)” Teaching Case. Darden Business Publishing.
  7. Martin, K. 2010. “Facebook and Privacy” Teaching Note. Darden Business Publishing.
  8. Martin, K. 2008. Ethics of Innovation. Bridge Paper Series. Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics
    1.  Featured:
      1. 2008.    Jaegler, J. (September 23). Compliance Week.
      2. 2008.   Where Ethics and Innovation Collide. August/September 2008. PE Magazine. (National Society of Professional Engineering (NSPE)).
  9. Martin, K. Google, Inc. in China – Condensed. Teaching Case. Darden Business Publishing.
  10. Martin, K. Teaching Google, Inc. in China. Teaching Note. Darden Business Publishing.
  11. Martin, K. 2006. Google, Inc. in China. Teaching Case. Darden Business Publishing.