Thomas A. Hemphill

Thomas A. Hemphill is a professor of strategy, innovation and public policy in the School of Management, University of Michigan-Flint. Dr. Hemphill teaches in the areas of business and society, innovation management, strategic management, and international business. His research interests are in the areas of innovation management and policy, corporate governance, business and public policy, and international business and political economy. His academic research has been published in Science and Public Policy, Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, Business Economics, Journal of Business Ethics, Business and Society Review, International Business Review, and Thunderbird International Business Review, among others, and has presented research papers at the Academy of Management and Academy of International Business annual conferences.

In addition to his scholarly research, Hemphill has published editorial opinion pieces concerning business, public policy and the economy in the Wall Street Journal, Investor’s.Com/Investor’s Business Daily, RealClearMarkets, RealClearPolicy, Regulation: The Cato Review of Business and Government, American Action Forum, and American: The Journal of the American Enterprise Institute. He is also a regulatory and economic expert at the American Action Network in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Hemphill received his doctor of philosophy degree in Business Administration, with a primary field in Strategic Management and Public Policy and a Secondary Field in Technology and Innovation Policy, from the George Washington University.