President, Institute for Humane Studies
From 2012 through 2016 she was the Provost and Dean of Washington College. and was previously the Elbert H. Neese Professor of Economics and associate dean at Beloit College. Emily earned her PhD in economics from George Mason University and has published six books. She’s more known for her contribution to economic calculus in socialism with her books Rivalry and Central Planning: The Socialist Calculation Debate Reconsidered (1985) and National Economic Planning: What it Left (1985). She was student of Don Lavoie with whom she later published Culture and Enterprise.