Other publications

Economic knowledge and U.S. policymaking

Hirshman, Daniel, and Elizabeth Popp Berman. 2014. “Do Economists Make Policies? On the Political Effects of Economics.” Socio-Economic Review (online before print).

Berman, Elizabeth Popp. 2014. “Not Just Neoliberalism: Economization in U.S. Science & Technology Policy.” Science, Technology, & Human Values 39:397-431.

Berman, Elizabeth Popp, and Laura M. Milanes-Reyes. 2013. “The Politicization of Knowledge Claims: The ‘Laffer Curve’ in the U.S. Congress.” Qualitative Sociology 36:53-79.

Berman, Elizabeth Popp, and Nicholas Pagnucco. 2010. “Economic Ideas and the Political Process: Debating Tax Cuts in the U.S. House of Representatives, 1962-1981.” Politics & Society 38:347-372.

Academic science and U.S. science policy

Berman, Elizabeth Popp. Forthcoming. “Field Theories and the Move toward the Market in U.S. Academic Science.” Political Power & Social Theory.

Berman, Elizabeth Popp. 2014. “Not Just Neoliberalism: Economization in U.S. Science & Technology Policy.” Science, Technology, & Human Values 39:397-431.

Berman, Elizabeth Popp. 2012. “Explaining the Move toward the Market in Academic Science: How Institutional Logics Can Change without Institutional Entrepreneurs.” Theory and Society 41: 261-299.

Whelchel, Sarah, and Elizabeth Popp Berman. 2011. “Paying for Perennialism: A Quest for Food and Funding.” Issues in Science and Technology 28:63-76.

Berman, Elizabeth Popp. 2008. “Why Did Universities Start Patenting? Institution-Building and the Road to the Bayh-Dole Act.” Social Studies of Science 38:835-871.

Berman, Elizabeth Popp. 2008. “The Materiality of Patent Law: Explaining the Passage of the Bayh-Dole Act of 1980.” Pp. 191-213 in Living in a Material World: Economic Sociology Meets Science & Technology Studies, edited by Trevor Pinch and Richard Swedberg. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Kirp, David L., and Elizabeth Popp Berman. 2003. “A Good Deal of Collaboration: The University of California, Berkeley.” Pp. 207-220 in Shakespeare, Einstein, and the Bottom Line: The Marketing of Higher Education, by David L. Kirp. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Professionalization and organizational fields

Berman, Elizabeth Popp. 2006. “Before the Professional Project: Success and Failure at Organizing English Doctors, 1812-1855.” Theory and Society 35:157-191.