Andrew J. Hoffman

Management Publications

"Policies for adapting to the 'new normal' of the Anthropocene," Behavioral Scientist, November 14 (2022) (with P. Devereaux Jennings and Nicholas Poggioli).

"Time to put the fossil-fuel industry into hospice," Stanford Social Innovation Review, Fall: 28-37 (2022) (with Doug Ely).

"Courageous leadership: Paul Polman's insights for the next generation of business managers," Management and Business Review, 2(1): 11-20 (2022) (with Celia Bravard and John Pontillo).

"Defining systems change and sustainable business, Part 2," special issue co-editors in Amplify, 35(5) (2022) (with Nicholas Poggioli).

"Defining systems change and sustainable business, Part 1," special issue co-editors in Amplify, 35(4) (2022) (with Nicholas Poggioli).

"The engaged scholar," EFMD Global Focus, 3(15): 33-37 (2021).

"How to be a purpose-driven leader in a capitalist world,"Harvard Business Review, June 10 (2021) (with Celia Bravard and John Pontillo).

"Climate change and our emerging cultural shift," Behavioral Scientist, September 30 (2019).

"Management as a calling," Stanford Social Innovation Review, September 4 (2018).

"The next phase of business sustainability," Stanford Social Innovation Review, Spring: 34-39 (2018).

"The evolving focus of business sustainability education," State of the World. Earth Ed: Rethinking Education on a Changing Planet (Washington DC: Island Press): 279-288 (2017).

"Laudato si' and the role of religion in shaping humanity's response to climate change," Solutions, 6(5) (December): 40-47 (2015).

"The Pope's encyclical letter and its implications for business," Environment 57(6) (November/December): 12-16. (2015).

"Sustainability: How to get from here to there," Leadership Excellence Essentials, March, 15-16 (2015).

"Sustainability 2.0: Sustainability is dead, long live sustainability," Solutions, June (2013) (with John Ehrenfeld).

"How to fix the broken debate on climate change," Footnote1, May 1 (2013).

"Climate science as culture war," The European Financial Review, December 2012/January 2013: 45-49.

"Climate science as culture war," Stanford Social Innovation Review, Fall: 30-37 (2012).

"The social and psychological foundations of climate change," Solutions, 4 (3), July (2012) (with P. Devereaux Jennings).

"America's emerging energy renaissance," Power and Energy Solutions, June: 38-41, (with Aaron James) (2009).

"Shades of green," Stanford Social Innovation Review, Spring: 40-49 (2009).

"If you're not at the table, you're on the menu," Harvard Business Review, October: 34-35 (2007).

"The coming market shift: Climate change and business strategy," in K. Tang and R. Yoeh (eds.) Cut Carbon, Grow Profits: Business Strategies for Managing Climate Change and Sustainability, (London: Middlesex University Press): 101-118 (2007).

"Climate change strategy: The business logic behind voluntary greenhouse gas reductions," California Management Review, 47(3): 21-46 (2005).

"The 'carbon cartel' or wise capitalists: What is going on with voluntary greenhouse gas reductions?"  American Bar Association Air Quality Newsletter, 9 (1): 3-7 (November 2005).

"Winning the greenhouse gas game," Harvard Business Review, April: 20-21 (2004).

"Examining the rhetoric: The strategic implications of climate change policy," Corporate Environmental Strategy, 9 (4): 329-337 (2002).

"Environmental strategy: Emerging market for consulting services," Consulting to Management, 13 (4): 15-24 (2002).

"Business might not like Kyoto Treaty, but they'll like uncertainty even less," Boston Business Journal, 21 (38): 38, 41 (2001).

"Integrating environmental and social issues into corporate practice," Environment, 42 (5): 22-33 (2000).

"Balancing business interests and endangered species protection," Sloan Management Review, 39 (1): 59-73 (with Max Bazerman & Steven Yaffee) (1997).

"A strategic response to investor activism," Sloan Management Review, 37 (2): 51-64 (1996).

"An uneasy rebirth at Love Canal," Environment, 37 (2): 4-9, 25-31 (1995).

"Weighing the pros and cons: Jumping into hazardous waste," Construction Business Review, 3(4): 64-70 (1993).

"Strategic alliances for the hazardous waste remediation market," Construction Business Review, 2(1): 56-71 (1992).

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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