Rachel Mui

Assistant Professor

Office: 1063 Business Building

Haley Ahlerws

Mailing Address: 3091 Business Building
1301 Lovers Lane
Manhattan, KS 66506
E-mail: rachelmui@ksu.edu


Ph D, Oklahoma State University, 2019
Major: Strategy

MBA, Oklahoma State University, 2021
Major: Entrepreneurship

MS, Oklahoma State University, 2011
Major: Human Sciences, Design & Merchandising

BM, Oklahoma Baptist University, 2008
Major: Music Theory & Composition

Areas of Teaching

Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Consulting

Research & Accomplishments

Parker, O., Gong, K., & Mui, R. (2021). Reputation Belongs in More Strategic Decision Models (and Some Data to Measure it). Strategic Organization.

Duke, J., Havakor, T., Mui, R., & Parker, O. (2021). How Starting Strategy and Network Structure Shape Problemistic Search: An Examination of Venture Capital Firms. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice.

Mui, R., Parker, O., & Titus, V. K. (2021). Merit versus maleness: How strategic positioning can mitigate external gender bias. Business Horizons.

Mui, R., Parker, O., & Titus, V. K. (2021). Walking the Talk: Public Historical Rhetoric, Traditions, and External Stakeholder Perceptions. 2021 Academy of Management Annual Meeting. *best paper award

Parker, O., Gong, K., Mui, R., Titus, V. K., Du, J., & Kwarteng, G. (2021). Order Matters: How Altering the Sequence of Performance Events Shapes Perceived Quality Formation. Journal of Business Research.

Parker, O., Mui, R., & Titus, V. K. (2020). Unwelcome voices: The gender bias-mitigating potential of unconventionality. Strategic Management Journal.

Mui, R. Parker, O. & Titus, V. K. (2019). To Fit in or to Stand Out? The Implications of Novelty in Female-directed Feature Films. 2019 Strategic Management Society Special Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada. *best paper award

Duke, J., Havakor, T., Mui, R., & Parker, O. (2018). Status Centrality and Structural Holes as Drivers of Aspiration Salience. 2018 Strategic Management Society Annual Meeting, Paris, France. *best paper award