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College of Business Administration


College of Business Administration

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Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506

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110 Calvin Hall
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506

Marne Arthaud-Day

Associate Professor
The von Waaden Business Administration Professor 
Department of Managementmad

o.   101B Calvin Hall
ph. 785-532-6261
e.   marthaud@ksu.edu


Ph D, Indiana University, 2004.
Major: Strategic Management and Organization Theory
Supporting Areas of Emphasis: Organizational Behavior, Research Methods

Master of Business, Indiana University, 2003.
MAjor: Business

MBA, University of Texas at San Antonio, 2000.
Major: International Business

MDiv (Master of Divinity), Princeton Theological Seminary, 1995.
Major: Religious Studies

BA, Wake Forest University, 1992.
Major: Religion, French Language and Culture
Supporting Area of Emphasis: Biology

Areas of Teaching

Strategic management and international management

Areas of Research

Influence of values and attitudes on strategic decision making; corporate governance, corporate wrongdoing, and corporate social performance; international management

Published In

Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Intelligence, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, and Social Indicators Research

Co-wrote 9 original cases with teaching notes, 5 revised cases with teaching notes, and co-wrote/edited all case teaching materials for Rothaermel, F. 2012. Strategic management: Concepts and cases: New York: McGraw-Hill.

Editorial Review Boards

Current:  Academy of Management Review, Journal of International Business Studies, and Journal of Organizational Behavior

Past:  Academy of Management Journal

Research in Progress

Values as predictors of strategic decision making, institutional predictors of social entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial orientation as a mediator of the relationship between environmental uncertainty and firm performance, CEO turnover and discretion in effecting entrepreneurial change, and a longitudinal study of values and attitudes as predictors of career choice, job satisfaction, and career success