Mitchell Hoffman

Associate Professor, The Rotman School of Management

Role: Economist

Site: CDL-Toronto

Stream: Artificial Intelligence

Mitchell Hoffman is a labor and personnel economist, as well as an associate professor (with tenure) at the University of Toronto Rotman School of Management and an NBER Faculty Research Fellow. He studies the determinants of workplace productivity and the economics of human resources, working at the intersection of labor economics, personnel & organizational economics, behavioral economics, productivity, and strategy. He is particularly interested in questions related to hiring, both in terms of strategic considerations for firms and in terms of consequences for workers and society.