Associate Professor - Information Systems
Office: Grise Hall 216
Dr. Marston's teaching interests include information systems and operation strategy, system analysis and resign, quantitative methods, telecommunications, database management, and e-commerce.
Ph.D., University of Florida, Information Systems and Operation Management, 2010
M.B.A., Georgia Institute of Technology, Operations Management, 2005
Bachelors of Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Computer Engineering, 1999
Dr. Marston's research focuses the analysis of digital distribution of information, the economic analysis of information systems policies, cloud computing security policy, and the use of technology in higher education. He has presented his research at several academic conferences including the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, the Decision Sciences Institute annual meeting, and the INFORMS annual meeting.
Areas of Expertise
- Economic Analysis of Information Systems Policy Issues
- Digital Distribution
- Cloud Computing
- Ad Hoc Reviewer, International Conference on Information Systems
- Ad Hoc Reviewer, Hawaii Internaional Conference on System Sciences
- Ad Hoc Reviewer, European Journal of Electronic Commerce
- Ad Hoc Reviewer, International Journal of Electronic Commerce
- Ad Hoc Reviewer, Decision Sciences JOurnal
- Member, Association for Information Systems
- Member, Decision Sciences Institute
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