Whether teaching undergraduates the core principles of economics or conducting cutting-edge econometric research, the Tippie Department of Economics has an impact on thousands of students at the University of Iowa.
The faculty within the department includes a roster of tenure-track faculty, experienced lecturers, and adjunct faculty from the corporate sector. Department research is highly regarded and frequenty cited in journals and publications.
Lectures and seminars
The Tippie Department of Economics is highly respected for the lectures and seminars presented throughout the year to faculty and students. The Clarence Tow Lectures are an on-campus series of lectures that cover a variety of economic concepts presented by scholars from around the country. The Davies-deBoer Seminar in Health Economics brings together scholars from across campus.
Economics majors choose one of three focused tracks and take a set of courses that teach how to use economic thinking to make better business and policy decisions.
These liberal arts degrees are taught by Tippie faculty. The BA incorporates economic theory, mathematical tools and applications, while the BS emphasizes the development of analytical skills.