Kirsten Martin
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Stakeholder capitalism
RE Freeman, K Martin, B Parmar
Journal of business ethics 74 (4), 303-314, 2007
2992007
Ethical issues in the Big Data industry
KE Martin
MIS Quarterly Executive 14 (2), 67-85, 2015
1602015
Some problems with employee monitoring
K Martin, RE Freeman
Journal of Business Ethics 43 (4), 353-361, 2003
1312003
Understanding privacy online: Development of a social contract approach to privacy
K Martin
Journal of business ethics 137 (3), 551-569, 2016
1062016
Ethical Implications and Accountability of Algorithms
K Martin
Journal of Business Ethics 160 (4), 835-850, 2019
842019
Assumptions in Decision Making Scholarship: Implications for Business Ethics Research
K Martin, B Parmar
Journal of Business Ethics 105 (3), 289-306, 2012
802012
Privacy Notices as Tabula Rasa: An Empirical Investigation into How Complying with a Privacy Notice is Related to Meeting Privacy Expectations Online
KE Martin
Journal of Public Policy and Marketing 34 (2), 210-227, 2015
722015
Business ethics: A managerial approach
AC Wicks
692009
Measuring privacy: an empirical test using context to expose confounding variables
K Martin, H Nissenbaum
Colum. Sci. & Tech. L. Rev. 18, 176, 2016
682016
The separation of technology and ethics in business ethics
KE Martin, RE Freeman
Journal of Business Ethics 53 (4), 353-364, 2004
612004
Putting mobile application privacy in context: An empirical study of user privacy expectations for mobile devices
K Martin, K Shilton
The Information Society 32 (3), 200-216, 2016
52*2016
Leading through values and ethical principles
RE Freeman, K Martin, B Parmar, MP Cording, PH Werhane
Inspiring Leaders (Routledge, London, New York), 2006
502006
Diminished or Just Different? A factorial vignette study of privacy as a social contract
K Martin
Journal of Business Ethics, 2012
482012
The penalty for privacy violations: How privacy violations impact trust online
K Martin
Journal of Business Research 82, 103-116, 2018
462018
Transaction costs, privacy, and trust: The laudable goals and ultimate failure of notice and choice to respect privacy online
Martin
First Monday 18 (12), 2013
402013
Why experience matters to privacy: How context‐based experience moderates consumer privacy expectations for mobile applications
K Martin, K Shilton
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 67 (8 …, 2016
352016
Formation of Stakeholder Trust in Business and the Role of Personal Values
M Pirson, K Martin, B Parmar
Journal of Business Ethics, 1-20, 2015
332015
Public Trust in Business and its Determinants
M Pirson, K Martin, B Parmar
Business & Society, 2016
272016
Data aggregators, consumer data, and responsibility online: Who is tracking consumers online and should they stop?
K Martin
The Information Society 32 (1), 51-63, 2016
212016
Information technology and privacy: conceptual muddles or privacy vacuums?
K Martin
Ethics and Information Technology 14 (4), 267-284, 2012
212012
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