Andrew J. Hoffman

Articles and Books about Professor Hoffman's Work

Karoub, J. (2022) "Embracing a new ethos in business," Michigan Today, November 18.

Xander, P. (2022) "Climate action: How values - and disasters - influence progress," The Christian Science Monitor, August 18.

Burton, H. (ed.) (2021) Saving the World at Business School: A Conversation with Andy Hoffman, Part 2, Ideas Roadshow Conversations (Canada: Ideas Roadshow, Open Agenda Publishing.

Ethier, M. (2021) "Management as a calling: How MBAs can make the world a better place," Poets and Quants, February 28.

Burton, H. (ed.) (2020) Saving the World At Business School: A Conversation with Andy Hoffman, Part 1, Ideas Roadshow Conversations (Canada: Ideas Roadshow, Open Agenda Publishing).

Engels, A. (2020) "Climate change - What economic sociology has to offer," Economic Sociology, 22(1): 5-9.

"Unsustainable values," Ideas Roadshow: Investigating Knowledge, March 20 (2019).

"What is your calling?" New Zealand Management, April (2017).

"Emotionally overheated," Technology Review, December (2015).

"Los consejeros delegados necesitan un juramento hipocrtico," Bellena Blanca, March (2015).

"Why systems thinking is the next step in sustainability,", October 23 (2014).

"What can the abolition of slavery teach us about climate change? Local action in the liquefied natural gas controversy," University of Hawai'l Law Review, Sparing 2013).

"It's not the science, stupid!" The Wilson Quarterly, Winter (2013).

"A conversation with Andrew J. Hoffman, Professor of Sustainable Enterprise," The Atlantic, December 15 (2011).

"The Culture Cure," Interbrand IQ, December 2 (2011).

"Talking past each other?" Management INK: Readings, writings and other scholarly pursuits, Sage Publishing, November 6 (2011).

"From status quo to new world order: The lessons BP didn't teach us and Japan's resilient energy future," Triple Pundit, April 28 (2011).

"Q. and A.: Taking on climate skepticism as a field of study," The New York Times, April 13 (2011).

"Study says climate debate is largely cultural,", March 17 (2011).

"Why dismissing climate skeptics - even when they're wrong - is a bad idea," TIME, March 8 (2011).

"Snubbing skeptics threatens to intensify climate war, study says," The New York Times, March 8 (2011).

"Changing how we do climate change," MIT Sloan Experts: Commentary on Today's Business Issues, February 23 (2011).

"Incremental? Yes. But a growing role for social sciences in climate change dialog," The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media, February 16 (2011).

"Gulf disaster failed to ignite culture shift: Study," The Tyee, February 2 (2010).

"Can social scientists ease the nation's rift over climate change?" Scientific American, November 15 (2010).

"Andy Hoffman: Climate change, like slavery, needs a true cultural shift to stop it," Huffington Post, October 29 (2010).

"Climate change requires shift similar to smoking, slavery - professor," The Daily Climate, October 28 (2010).

"A cultural barrier to action on climate change," The New York Times, October 27 (2010).

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Contact Info
Andrew J. Hoffman
Ross School of Business
University of Michigan
701 Tappan Street, R4390
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

ajhoff at umich dot edu

Twitter: @HoffmanAndy

Administrative Assistant:
     Shelly Whitmer
     sjmoore at umich dot edu