Martin Stack's teaching focuses on three distinct, though related areas: international business and management, competitive analysis and strategy, and health care management. Two of Stack's research interests stem from his Ph.D. dissertation and his professional experience in the health care industry. He has authored and co-authored a series of essays examining how and why the U.S. brewing industry is internationalizing and is examining some dimensions of corporate social responsibility, an area he plans to continue researching. Additional articles Stack has authored or co-authored include various dimensions of the health care industry, and he is currently working on a book that addresses the globalization of health care.
As a professor of management, Stack teaches courses such as business in the global environment, international management, competitive analysis, health care systems, global issues in business, and culture and strategic analysis for health care services.
Stack is a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, the National Business Honor Society and has been awarded several research grants. He is also a member of the Academy of International Business, the Academy of Management and the Business History Association.