Robert Hoffman and Bert McInnis. Modeling Tools for Energy Scenario Analysis: The Canadian Transportation Energy and Emissions Model. Draft prepared for presentation at the APEC Experts Workshop on Foresighting Future Fuel Technology, Krabi, Thailand, December 13-15, 2004.

Chan, Albert, Robert Hoffman, Bert McInnis, and David Minns. Sustainability Assessment Using Dynamic Systems Modelling. Paper No. ESC-73, presented at the meetings of the Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Vienna, 2001.

Hoffman, Robert. Interacting with the Global Systems Simulator. CACOR Proceedings, Series 3, No. 2, March, 2001.

Hoffman, R. B. and B.C. McInnis. The Representation of Production in the Australian Stocks and Flows Framework. ROBBERT Associates Ltd. September,1999.

Hoffman, Robert. Modelling as an Instrument of Change. Presented at Pacem in Mirabus XXVI and published in CACOR Proceedings, Series 1, No. 28, Winter 1998-99.

Hoffman, Robert and Bert Mcinnis. An Overview of the Global Systems Simulator. ROBBERT Associates Ltd. September, 1997.

Lucille Bish and Hoffman, Robert. Integrating Land Use and Transportation Planning: A Strategic Approach. Plan Canada, January, 1993.

Hoffman, Robert. Concepts for a New Generation of Global Modelling Tools: Expanding our Capacity for Perception. Report of the CACOR Global Modelling Project Team published in CACOR Proceedings, Series 1, No. 7, September 1993.

Hoffman, Robert, Bert McInnis, and William S. Page. Process Analysis. In M.B. Bever ed. Concise Encyclopedia of Materials Economics, Policy and Management. Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1993.

Hoffman, Robert. Methods for Energy Systems Life-Cycle Analysis. Proceedings of the OECD / IEA Expert Workshop on Life-Cycle Analysis of Energy Systems, Paris, France 21-22 May, 1992. OECD 1993.

Hoffman, R. B. and B.C. McInnis. The Evolution of Socio-Economic Modeling in Canada. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol 33, No. 4, July 1988.

Hoffman, Robert. On Measuring the Cost of Inaction. Chapter VIII in Alex Davidson and Michael Dence (eds) The Brundtland Challenge and the Cost of Inaction. The Royal Society of Canada and the Institute for Research on Public Policy, Halifax,1988.

Gault, F. D., K. E. Hamilton, R. B. Hoffman, and B. C. McInnis. The Design Approach to Socio-Economic Modelling. Futures, February, 1987.

Gault, F.D., R.B. Hoffman, and B.C. McInnis. The Path to Process Data, Futures, October, 1985.

Hoffman, R. B., K.E. Hamilton, and G.T. Sande. Energy Modelling in SERF: the Socio-Economic Resource Framework. In B. Lev et al (eds) Analytic Techniques for Energy Planning, North Holland, New York, 1984.

McInnis, B. C. Socio-Economic Models (SESM) and Data Bases of Technology/Resources, Computer Physics Communications, Volume 33 #1-3, August/September 1984.

Hoffman, Robert, Bert McInnis, et al. The Socio-Economic Resource Framework: A Users Guide. Structural Analysis Division, Statistics Canada, 1983.

Hoffman, R.B., R.H.H. Moll, and K.H. Dickinson. Alternative Off-Oil Scenarios for Ontario. Beyond the Energy Crisis: Opportunity and Challenge. Eds:Rocco A. Fazzolare and Craig B. Smith, Volume 1, Pergammon Press, New York, 1981.

Hoffman, Robert and J. N. Kent. Design for Commodity-by-Industry Interregional Input-Output Models. In Advances in Input-Output Analysis: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Input-Output Techniques, Vienna, 1974. (eds.) Karen Polenske and Jiri Skolka. Ballinger, Cambridge MA, 1976.

Gigantes, T., R. Hoffman, P. Jordan, B. McInnis, R. Rioux. An Input-Output Model of the Canadian Economy with Supply Contraints: An Approach Using Linear Programming. L'Actualite Economique, 1, janvier-mars, 1975.

Gigantes, T., R. Hoffman, A.. Lemelin, T. Matuszewski, and M. Truchon. A New Approach to the Structural Analysis of a National Economy and Corresponding Data Strategies Paper read at the Econometric Society Meetings, New York, 1973.

Gigantes, T and R. Hoffman. A Price-Output Nucleus for Simulation Models. In Carter, A.P. and A. Brody, eds Input-Output Techniques. North Holland, Amsterdam, 1972.

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