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Andrei is a Lecturer in the School of Business and Law, with interests in organisational behaviour, leadership, and cross-cultural studies.
Andrei completed his PhD in Management at the AACSB accredited Business School at the University of Otago. His doctoral research investigated how authentic leadership engenders positive organisational outcomes, examined the effects of followers’ cultural values on these conditional processes, and developed a new cognitive-based scale for measuring followers’ cultural differences. Andrei was awarded a full Doctoral Scholarship for the three-year term of his degree.
Previously, Andrei graduated with a Master of Business with Honours (First Class) from the Auckland University of Technology, majoring in Management. He co-authored a paper from his dissertation research and presented it at the Academy of International Business 2012 conference in Washington, DC.
Throughout his doctoral studies Andrei authored and presented a number of competitive papers at premier international conferences such as the Academy of Management 2016 in Anaheim, CA, and the Academy of International Business 2016 in New Orleans, LA. Publication of the substantive findings in top-tier journals is forthcoming.
Andrei’s research focuses on Organisational Behaviour and Leadership, with interests in Cognition, Identity, and positive follower outcomes such as Engagement, Commitment, and Satisfaction. He conducts original management research in domestic, cross-cultural, and international contexts, utilising quantitative methods such as multiple hierarchical regression, conditional pathway analysis, and structural equation modelling. Andrei is also proficient in psychometric scale development and validation protocols. Andrei's current projects are about Authentic Leadership and Implicit Leadership Theory.
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