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Matthew P. Crayne
School of Business
leader error; micro and macro-organizational leadership processes, industrial-organizational psychology; management
Campus phone: 518-956-8371
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Matthew P. Crayne is an assistant professor of management in the School of Business. His research focuses on understanding the social and behavioral dynamics that govern the leadership process of a business, at both micro and macro-organizational levels. Specifically, Crayne is interested in examining the causes and consequences of leader error, and the impacts that those errors have on individual and firm-level outcomes. Crayne's research also aims to expand an understanding of followership as a critical element to the leadership process. Crayne has a Ph.D. from Pennsylvania State University in industrial-organizational psychology.