Dr. Fariss Mousa
Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship and an Associate Professor of Management
Ph.D., Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship, Washington State University, 2009
M.B.A, Washington State University, 2005
B.A., International business and Marketing, Washington State University, 2000
Entrepreneurship, innovation, and strategic management
Current Courses Taught:
Management of Innovation and Technology (MGT 420)
Strategic Management (COB 487)
Management of Innovation and Technology (iMBA 601)
Entrepreneurship and Venture Creation (iMBA 605)
Sahaym, A., Cho, S., Kim, S. Mousa, F.T. (2015) “Mixed blessings: how management heterogeneity an governance structure influence the use of corporate venture capital by post-IPO firms” Forthcoming Journal of Business Research.
Mousa, F.T., Wales, W.; Harper, S. (2015) “When less is more: EO’s influence upon funds raised by young technology firms at IPO” Journal of Business Research, 68(2): 306-313.
Liu, K; Arthurs, J.; Nam, D.; and Mousa, F.T. (2014) “Information diffusion and value redistribution among transaction partners of the IPO firm” Strategic Management Journal.
Mousa, F.T. and Chowdhury, J. (2014). “Organizational slack effects on innovation:the moderating roles of CEO tenure and compensation?” Journal of Business Economics and Management, 15(2): 369-383.
Mousa, F.T., Reed, R. (2013) “The impact of slack resources on high-tech IPOs” Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 37(5): 1123-1147.
Academy of Management
Strategic Management Society
Irene M. McCarthy Award for the Best Paper on the Topic of High Technology , Babson Entrepreneurship Research Conference, 2008
Graduate Teaching Assistant at Washington State University, Pullman, WA.
Business Methods Analyst, The Boeing Company, Everett, WA.
Financial Representative, Northwestern Mutual Life Company, Seattle, WA.
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