Elizabeth Popp Berman is Associate Professor of Organizational Studies and Sociology at the University of Michigan. She received her PhD in sociology at Berkeley, and was previously a faculty member at the University at Albany, SUNY. She is author of "Creating the Market University: How Academic Science Became an Economic Engine" (Princeton University Press 2012), which won several awards, and is currently finishing a second book, "Thinking Like an Economist: How Economics Became the Language of Public Policy." She is a consulting editor of the American Journal of Sociology and on the editorial boards of the American Sociological Review and Engaging Science, Technology and Society. She is interested in how expertise is used in public policy, in how numbers are used in organizations, and in disciplinary responses to the reproducibility crisis, among other topics.