Latest Results from the Iowa Electronic Markets
As this year's political races gear up, stay abreast of the latest results of trading on the Iowa Electronic Markets—or you can put your money in the market, too.
Alabama, Oklahoma State Are Most Productive College Football Teams
Economist Stacey Brook uses 17 statistics to best measure a team's productivity on each side of the football. His most recent research says Alabama and Oklahoma State are the most productive.
Tippie Contest Examines the Ethics of Being Green or Buying Local
Nearly 800 undergraduates participated in this year's Mary Thomas Prappas Business Ethics Essay Competition. This year's scenario pitted two sustainability elements against each other: local versus environmentally friendly.
Hidden Conflict of Interest Possibilities in Mutual Fund Management
Investors in some mutual funds may be seeing a drag on their returns because of a potential conflict of interest in their fund's management, according to Associate Professor Ashish Tiwari.
What Does It Look Like When an Economy Collapses?
Professor of Finance Paul Weller comments on what an economic crash would look like when the crash is only metaphorical—and how much time would pass before we knew it happened.
Research Examines Global Supply Chain Design Problems
Rules that are supposed to ensure minimum standards may in the end serve only to lower standards further than they might be without any rules at all, says Tom Rietz, professor of finance.
Executive Engineer Dual Master's Degree Offered
The University of Iowa and Iowa State University will offer an Executive Engineer Dual Master's Degree Program in business and engineering starting in January in Cedar Rapids.
Last Chance to Enroll in Cedar Rapids Exec MBA Program
A new cohort of the Executive MBA Program will be launched this January. All courses will take place in Cedar Rapids.
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Tippie in the News
Reports on Economy See Positives for Iowa
(Des Moines Register, December 2)
Three reports show positives for Iowa but global uncertainties stand in the way of dramatic growth. Senior Associate Dean Chuck Whiteman is quoted.
How to Make a Profit in Politics
(MSNBC, November 30 and CNN, November 16)
Two reports discuss the ins and outs of political prediction markets and highlight the successes of the Iowa Electronic Markets.
Hy-Vee Store Director Has Long Relationship with Company
(Iowa City Press-Citizen, November 25)
Tippie alum Kevin Sherlock's career started by bagging groceries at Hy-Vee. Today he is the store director.
Competition Pushing Stores to Open Earlier
(Iowa City Press-Citizen, November 23)
Black Friday shopping, traditionally reserved for the day after Thanksgiving, is creeping into the holiday this year. It's an attempt, says Gary Russell, professor of marketing, to compete with online stores.
GOP Tax Plans Differ, but Philosophy Same
(Des Moines Register, November 20)
Economics Associate Professor John Solow comments on various Republican presidential candidate's tax plans.
Earn More Without Giving Up Your Whole Life
(Market Watch, November 15)
Rather than looking for balance during each phase of your life, Nancy Hauserman, professor of management and organizations, suggests aiming for a life that is balanced over your entire career.
Maid-Rite Approaches Tippie Students for Web Revamp
(The Gazette, November 3)
A team of social media-savvy UI seniors is advising heads of the old-fashioned sandwich joint, Maid-Rite, on how to enhance their online presence.
"Developing an Entrepreneur Ecosystem" Networking Event
Tuesday, January 10
The Shores Event Center, Cedar Rapids
Business leaders and entrepreneurs will network and learn about resources available to them. Hosted by John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center and the Economic Development Center. Register to attend.
Iowa Get Your Business Online
Friday, January 27
9-11:30 a.m. or 12:30-3 p.m.
BioVentures Center, UI Research Park
Google is coming to town to get your business online! It's easy, free, and fast. Register online.
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