Mendoza School of Business

Selected Publications:

Angst, C. M. (2009). Protect my privacy or support the common-good? Ethical questions about electronic health information exchanges. Journal of Business Ethics, 90(2), 169-178.

Berente, N., Kormylo, C., Rosenkranz, C. (forthcoming) “Test-Driven Ethics for Machine Learning,” Communications of the ACM.

Berente, N., Gal, U., & Hansen, S. (2011). Ethical implications of social stratification in information systems research. Information Systems Journal, 21(4), 357-382.

D’Arcy, J., Adjerid, I., Angst, C. M., & Glavas, A. (2020). Too good to be true: Firm social performance and the risk of data breach. Information Systems Research, 31(4).

Greenwood, B., Adjerid, I., Angst, C. M., & Meikle, N. L. (2020). How Unbecoming of You: Online Experiments Uncovering Gender Biases in Perceptions of Ridesharing Performance. Journal of Business Ethics, 1-20.

Hansen, S., Berente, N., and Lyytinen, K. “Wikipedia, critical social theory, and the possibility of rational discourse.” The Information Society 25.1 (2009): 38-59.

Hyatt, D. G., & Berente, N. (2017). Substantive or symbolic environmental strategies? Effects of external and internal normative stakeholder pressures. Business Strategy and the Environment, 26(8), 1212-1234.

Martin, K. (2023). Who Counts in Business Ethics. Business Ethics Quarterly33(1), 216-243.

Martin, K. (2023). Predatory predictions and the ethics of predictive analytics. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology74(5), 531-545.

Martin, K. (2022)  Ethics of Data and Analytics:  Concepts and Cases.  Taylor & Francis.

Martin, K. and Waldman, A. (2022)  When Are Algorithmic Decisions Perceived as Legitimate? The Effect of Process and Outcomes on Perceptions of Legitimacy of Algorithmic Decisions. Journal of Business Ethics.

Martin, K. (2022) Manipulation, Privacy, and Choice.  North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology, 23(3): 452-525.

Martin, K. and Nissenbaum, H.  (2020)  What is it about location? Berkeley Technology Law Journal, 35(1): 253-309

Martin, K. (2020). Breaking the Privacy Paradox: The Value of Privacy and Associated Duty of Firms. Business Ethics Quarterly, 30(1), 65-96.

Martin, K. (2019). Ethical implications and accountability of algorithms. Journal of Business Ethics, 160(4), 835-850.

Martin, K. (2019). Trust and the online market maker: A Comment on Etzioni’s cyber trust. Journal of Business Ethics, 156(1), 21-24.

Martin, K., Shilton, K., & Smith, J. (2019). Business and the Ethical Implications of Technology: Introduction to the Symposium. Journal of Business Ethics.

Martin, K. (2016). Understanding privacy online: Development of a social contract approach to privacy. Journal of Business Ethics, 137(3), 551-569.

Martin, K. (2008). Internet technologies in China: Insights on the morally important influence of managers. Journal of Business Ethics, 83(3), 489-501.

Martin, K., Phillips, R. (2021) Stakeholder Friction. Journal of Business Ethics.

Salge, C. A. & Berente, N. (2017). Is that social bot behaving unethically?. Communications of the ACM, 60(9), 29-31.

Villegas-Galaviz, C., & Martin, K. (2023). Moral distance, AI, and the ethics of care. AI & Society, 1-12.

Waldman, A. and Martin, K. (2022) Governing Algorithmic Decisions: The role of decision importance and governance on legitimacy of algorithmic decisions. Big Data & Society, Jan-June: 1-16.