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Explore the Possibilities

Students receive individualized attention from faculty and instructors. Seeking assistance from an instructor is a great way to gain insight and a greater understanding of challenging
topics you're studying.

Continued Excellence
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Continued Excellence

At Tippie, we continue a long tradition as one of the country's leading economics departments. Our economics program combines a very active and productive research environment with the feel of a small program.

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The Advantages

Our Ph.D. program is relatively small and delivers all the advantages you'd expect of a small program. Doctoral candidates can expect a low student-faculty ratio. They can expect to be encouraged and challenged by faculty members who are committed to student training and placement.

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How to apply to the undergraduate or Ph.D. program in economics.

Undergraduate

Tow Lecture Series

Features outstanding analysts from the economy's private and public sectors.

IEM

Iowa Electronic Markets

The IEM is more accurate than polls in predicting the outcome of elections.

The Impact Zone

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The Impact Zone

Economics

The Department of Economics provides both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Economics students and faculty are exposed to diverse departments in the Tippie College of Business and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and benefit by working with faculty members in both colleges. Our conferences and seminars feature outstanding speakers from academic as well as non-academic institutions. We invite you to explore our department further.

Economics Faculty Recruiting

Applications are invited for tenured, tenure-track, and
non-tenure track faculty positions beginning August 2014:

Please sumbit your application at
https://jobs.uiowa.edu/jobSearch/.

Ph.D. Placements

Anson HoAnson Tai Yat Ho (Ph.D. 2011)
Assistant Professor of Economics
Kansas State University

Brent HickmanBrent Hickman (Ph.D. 2010)
Assistant Professor of Economics
University of Chicago

Piyusha MutrejaPiyusha Mutreja (Ph.D. 2010)
Assistant Professor of Economics
Syracuse University

Latchezar PopovLatchezar Popov (Ph.D. 2009)
Assistant Professor of Economics
University of Virginia

Michael WaughMichael Waugh (Ph.D. 2008)
Assistant Professor of Economics
Stern School of Business
New York University