Dr. Andrew F. Johnson

Andrew Johnson

Assistant Professor of Management

Office: OCNR 324

Phone: (361) 825-6012
Email: andrew.johnson@tamucc.edu


Ph.D. Business Administration, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2015
MA Political Science, Tarleton State University, 2010
MS Liberal Studies, Tarleton State University, 2009
BBA Management, Tarleton State University, 2005

Joined the faculty in 2015

  • Research Interests:  Political ideology in Organizations, corporate political activity, and the impact of social change on organizations.
  • Teaching Interests: Multinational Management, Behavior in Organizations, and Strategic Management.


Andrew F. Johnson is an assistant professor of management at Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi. He earned a PhD in Business Administration with an emphasis in Organization Studies and Management (Strategic Management) from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2015. Prior to his current academic appointment, he served as Chief of Staff to a Texas State Representative. A native of north Texas, he is a former local elected official.


Selected Publications

  • Johnson, A. F., & Roberto, K. J., (Forthcoming). Elections and selection: The role of political ideology in selection decisions. Human Resource Management Review

  •  Johnson, A. F., & Roberto, K. J., (Forthcoming). Right versus left: How does political ideology affect the workplace? Journal of Organizational Behavior.

  •  Rudy, B. C., & Johnson, A. F., (Forthcoming). The chief political officer: CEO characteristics and firm investment in corporate political activity. Business & Society.

  •  Elzweig, B. P., Roberto, K. J., & Johnson, A. F., (2017). Political ideology as a proxy for disparate impact discrimination. Southern Law Journal.

  •  Rudy, B. C., & Johnson, A. F., (2016). Performance, aspirations and market versus nonmarket investment. Journal of Management, 42(4), 936-959.


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