Texas Tech University

G. Tyge Payne, Ph.D.

G. Tyge Payne

Professor and Snyder Professor of Strategic Management - Management

Education: Ph.D., Texas Tech University (2001)
Area of Expertise: 

Phone: 806.834.1514
Office Hours: By appointment only
Room Number: E333

Email: tyge.payne@ttu.edu
Website: http://tpayne.ba.ttu.edu


Brief Bio

G. Tyge Payne is an Professor of Strategic Management and holder of the Georgie G. Snyder Endowed Professorship of Management at Texas Tech University. His research interests include configurations, firm-level entrepreneurship, organizational ethics, multi-level methods, social capital, and temporality. Dr. Payne has authored or co-authored over 50 peer-reviewed publications appearing in Business Ethics Quarterly, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (ET&P), Family Business Review (FBR), Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Management (JOM), Journal of Management Studies (JMS), Journal of Product Innovation Management, Journal of Small Business Management (JSBM), Organizational Research Methods, Organization Science,and Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal (SEJ), among others. He co-edited an ET&P special issue on Social Capital and Entrepreneurship in 2013 and is involved in another two for FBR (Research Methods & a Review Issue) and one for JMS on Market Entry. He is an Associate Editor for FBR and serves on review boards for ET&P, Group and Organization Management, JSBM, JOM and SEJ.

Selected Journal Publications

  1. Evert, R.E., Martin, J.A., McLeod, M.S., and Payne, G.T. 2016. "Empirics in Family Business Research: Progress, Challenges and the Path Ahead." Family Business Review, 29(1): 17-43.
  2. Zachary, M.A., Gianiodis, P.T., Payne, G.T., and Markman, G.D. 2015. "Entry Timing: Enduring Lessons and Future Directions." Journal of Management, 41(5): 1388-1415.
  3. Moore, C.B., Payne, G.T., Bell, R.G., and Davis, J.L. 2015.“Institutional Distance and Cross-Border Venture Capital Flows.” Journal of Small Business Management, 53(2): 482-500.
  4. Drover, W., Wood, M. and Payne, G.T. 2014. “The Effects of Perceived Control on Venture Capitalist Investment Decisions: A configurational perspective.” Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 38(4): 833-861.
  5. Moss, T.W., Payne, G.T. and Moore, C.M. 2014. “Strategic Consistency of Exploration and Exploitation in Family Businesses.” Family Business Review,27(1): 51-71.
  6. Brigham, K.H., Lumpkin, G.T., Payne, G.T. and Zachary, M.A. 2014. “Researching Long-term Orientation: A Construct Validation and Recommendations for Future Research.” Family Business Review, 27(1): 72-88.(Alphabetical Author Listing).
  7. Crockett, D.R., McGee, J.E. and Payne, G.T. 2013. “Employing New Business Divisions to Exploit Disruptive Innovations: The Interplay between Characteristics of the Corporation and Those of the Venture Management Team.” Journal of Product Innovation Management, 30(5): 856-879. (Alphabetical Author Listing).
  8. Payne, G.T., Moore, C.B., Bell, R.G., and Zachary, M.A. 2013. “Signaling Organizational Virtue: An Examination of Virtue Rhetoric, Country-Level Corruption and Performance of Foreign IPOs from Emerging and Developed Economies.” Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 7: 230–251.
  9. Gedajlovic, E., Honig, B., Moore, C., Payne, G.T., and Wright, M. 2013. “Social Capital and Entrepreneurship: A Schema and Research Agenda.” Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 37(3): 455-478. (Alphabetical Author Listing).
  10. McKenny, A.M., Short, J.C., and Payne, G.T. 2013. “Using Computer-Aided Text Analysis to Elevate Constructs: An Illustration using Psychological Capital.” Organizational Research Methods, 16(1): 152-184.
  11. McKenny, A.M., Short, J.C., Zachary, M.A., and Payne, G.T. 2012. “Assessing Espoused Goals in Private Family Firms Using Content Analysis.” Family Business Review, 25(3): 298-317.
  12. Moss, T.W., Short, J.C., Payne, G.T., and Lumpkin, G.T. 2011. “Dual Identities in Social Ventures: An Exploratory Study.” Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 35(4): 805-830.   
  13. Payne, G.T., Moore, C.B., Griffis, S., and Autry, C. 2011. “Multilevel Challenges and Opportunities in Social Capital Research.” Journal of Management, 37(2): 395-403.
  14. Zachary, M.A., McKenny, A.M., Short, J.C., and Payne, G.T.  2011. “Family Firms and Market Orientation: Construct Validation and Comparative Analysis.” Family Business Review, 24(3): 233-251.
  15. Payne, G.T., Brigham, K.H., Broberg, J.C., Moss, T.W., and Short, J.C. 2011. “Organizational Virtue Orientation and Family Firms.” Business Ethics Quarterly, 21(2): 257-285.
  16. Payne, G.T., Kennedy, K.H., and Davis, J.L. 2009. “Competitive Dynamics among Service SMEs.” Journal of Small Business Management, 47(4): 421–442. (Lead Article).
  17. Payne, G.T., Benson, G.S., and Finegold, D. 2009. “Corporate Board Attributes, Team Effectiveness, and Financial Performance.” Journal of Management Studies, 46(4): 704–731.
  18. Payne, G.T., Davis, J.L., Moore, C.B., and Bell, R.G. 2009. “The Deal Structuring Stage of the Venture Capitalist Decision-Making Process: Examining Confidence and Control.” Journal of Small Business Management, 47(2): 154–179.
  19. Short, J.C., Payne, G.T., Brigham, K.H., Lumpkin, G.T., and Broberg, J.C. 2009. “Family Firms and Entrepreneurial Orientation in Publicly-Traded Firms: A Comparative Analysis of the S&P 500.” Family Business Review, 22(1): 9-24. (Lead Article).
  20. Alhorr, H.S., Moore, C.B. and Payne, G.T. 2008. “The Impact of Economic Integration on Cross-Border Venture Capital Investments: Evidence from the European Union.” Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 32(5): 897-917. (Alphabetical Author Listing).
  21. Perez-Nordtvedt, L., Payne, G.T., Short, J.C. and Kedia, B.L. 2008. “An Entrainment-Based Model of Temporal Organizational Fit, Misfit, and Performance.” Organization Science, 19(5): 785-801.
  22. Short, J.C., Payne, G.T., and Ketchen, D.J. 2008. “Research on Organizational Configurations: Past Accomplishments and Future Challenges.” Journal of Management, 34(6): 1053-1079. (Lead Article).
  23. Short, J.C. and Payne, G.T. 2008. “First Movers and Performance: Timing is Everything.” Academy of Management Review, 33(1): 267-269.
  24. Davis, J.L., Payne, G.T. and McMahan, G.C. 2007. “A Few Bad Apples? Scandalous Behavior of Mutual Fund Managers.” Journal of Business Ethics, 76: 319–334.
  25. Dean, M.A., Shook, C.L and Payne, G.T. 2007.“The Past, Present, and Future of Entrepreneurship Research: Data Analytic Trends and Training.” Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 31(4): 601-618.
  26. Payne, G.T. 2006. “Examining Configurations and Firm Performance in a Suboptimal Equifinality Context.” Organization Science, 17(6): 756-770.

Awards and Honors

2016   Jerry S. Rawls College of Business Integrated Scholar Award.

   2015   Georgie G. Snyder Endowed Professorship

2014   President's Mid-Career Faculty Award, Texas Tech University.

2012   Family Business Review, Excellent Reviewer Award. 

2012   Coordinator’s Faculty Research Award. Area of Management, Rawls College of Business, Texas Tech University. 

2011   Coordinator’s Faculty Research Award. Area of Management, Rawls College of Business, Texas Tech University. 

2011   Texas Tech University Libraries’ 27th Annual Faculty Academic Contributions Exhibit (FACE)

2010   Chancellor’s Council Distinguished Research Award, Texas Tech University System. 

2010   Jerry S. Rawls Endowed Professorship of Management, Texas Tech University. 

2009   Bagley Chair Research Fellowship Award in the Area of Management, Texas Tech University.

2008   Business Policy and Strategy Division Outstanding Reviewer Award, Academy of Management.

2007   Voted “My Favorite Professor” by Texas Tech Graduating MBA Students, Fall.

2007   Texas Tech University Libraries’ 23rd Annual Faculty Academic Contributions Exhibit (FACE)

2006   Strategy Management/Entrepreneurship Track Best Reviewer Award, Southern Management Association.

2004   Entrepreneurship Division Best Reviewer Award, Academy of Management.

2003   Business Policy and Strategy Division Outstanding Reviewer Award, Academy of Management.

2002   Entrepreneurship Division Best Reviewer Award, Academy of Management.

2002   Strategy Management/Business Policy Track Best Reviewer Award, Southern Management Association.

2001   Business Policy and Strategy Division Outstanding Reviewer Award, Academy of Management.

2001   Entrepreneurship/Ethics Track Best Reviewer Award, Southern Management Association.

Contact

Rawls College of Business