I am a political economist interested in impact of technology in a country's economy and institutions. I am also interested in the manner in which laws and regulations affect technological development.
I have worked for the International Telecommunications Union in Geneva, and often provide training for public officials through the World Bank and the University of Florida.
My current research work focuses on the impact of technology on employment with a particular emphasis on the transition towards a more technology dependent society and the policies that will need to set in place to help people displaced by technology to find income alternative.
My secondary research interests include:
January 2016: Prof. Garcia-Murillo is awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to study the impact of technology on employment in Spain and the US.
April 2015: Prof. Garcia-Murillo provided training to
July 2014: Prof. Garcia-Murillo provided training to regulators from six different countries about NGN networks (technology, drivers, services and regulation)
Prof. Garcia-Murillo presents her paper Who will kill the golden telecom goose in favor of Internet-based communications? at the ITS Conference in Brussels
Prof. Garcia-Murillo gives a presentation about multicultural classrooms to the Future of the Profesiorate Program
Prof. Garcia-Murillo publishes her paper "
"The Techno-Institutional Leap and the Formation of New Firms"
Prof. Garcia-Murillo attends workshop on mentoring
Syracuse University news publish an article about my recently published book
Prof. Martha Garcia-Murillo is elected Vice-chair of the TPRC board of advisors
Prof. Martha Garcia-Murillo presented her paper entitled: "
Prof. Martha Garcia-Murillo provides training for regulators from all over the world on NGN networks at her poster on social
PURC/Warrington College of Business Administration University of Florida, Gainsville, FL
Prof. Martha Garcia-Murillo presents her poster on Developing social capital for international students at the annual NAFSA Conference in St. Lois
Prof. Martha Garcia-Murillo presents her paper entitled The impact of intelligent infrastructure investment on the well-being of a country at the ACORN-REDECOM Conference in Mexico, city.
Prof. Martha Garcia-Murillo leads a theory construction workshop for young Latin American scholars in Oaxaca, Mexico, sponsored by DIRSI-IDRC
Prof. Martha Garcia-Murillo made a presentation at the SU Bird Library about the benefits and disadvantages of self publications. This was about her self-published theory constructions books.
Prof. Martha Garcia-Murillo got inducted into the Phi Beta Delta Honor Society which acknowledges students and scholars that have made significant contributions to international education.
February 9, 2013
Prof. Garcia-Murillo's paper entitled Can e-Government Initiatives Reduce Corruption? has just been published in the Journal of Information Technology & Politics.
January 16, 2013
Prof. Garcia-Murillo will be part of Syracuse University's Chancellor Search Committee. The university made the announcement today. You can see the details here:
January 05, 2013
Prof. Garcia-Murillo got her paper entitled "Does a government web presence reduce perceptions of corruption?" accepted for publication in the Journal of Information Technology for Development