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Emily Erikson is a Professor of Sociology at Yale University. She received her Ph.D. from Columbia in 2006. Her main research interests are: globalization, social networks and economic development.
She has received many awards for her academic work, including the Gaddis Smith International Book Prize in 2016 (Yale) and the James Coleman Award for Outstanding Book from the American Sociological Association, also in 2016.
Emily is currently the Director of the Fox International Fellowship at Yale University (MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies).
Yale University Website (2019) https://sociology.yale.edu/people/emily-erikson