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Mitchell Hoffman


    Mitchell Hoffman

    Assistant Professor of Strategic Management

    Degrees: PhD in Economics, University of California, Berkeley
    BA in Economics, Yale University
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    Professor Mitchell Hoffman specializes in labor economics, behavioral economics, organizational economics, productivity, and strategy. Recent projects have included (1) study of workers’ overoptimistic beliefs about their productivity, (2) an analysis of employee referral networks, and (3) an investigation of discretion in hiring.

    Hoffman has worked on research with companies in a number of different industries including high-tech, trucking, consumer goods, call-centers, and grocery stores on projects using large firm datasets and/or randomized experiments. He actively seeks out new partnerships and collaborations with organizations.

    Hoffman's research has been widely featured in the popular press, including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Marginal Revolution, and has been supported by the National Science Foundation and the Kauffman Foundation. 

    Selected Publications - Papers

    Honors and Awards

    2017  Rotman School of Management Teaching Award
    2017-2018  Institutional Grant; Canada SSHRC
    2017-2018  Michael Lee-Chin Family Institute Grant
    2016-2017  Connaught New Researcher Award
    2013-2015  Insight Development Grant; Canada SSHRC

    Professional Affiliations/Memberships

    National Bureau of Economic Research (Faculty Research Fellow)
    American Economic Association

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