Elizabeth Popp Berman, associate professor of organizational studies and sociology, was highlighted in the University Record for her recent publication in The Washington Post. In this piece she focuses on the problems of inflation and the political opportunities it may create.
Beth is a sociologist whose work is at the intersection of organizations, economic sociology, and the sociology of science and knowledge. Much of her work focuses on recent U.S. history and emphasizes the role of public policy. Her book Thinking Like an Economist: How Economics Became the Language of U.S. Public Policy, is forthcoming from Princeton University Press.