A message from our Associate Dean for Research

Welcome to research at the Tippie College of Business.

From its inception to today, Tippie places a high premium on the thought leadership provided by a dynamic, productive, and engaged faculty. Researchers in our six departments have a proven track record of creating new knowledge that moves their field forward, while also engaging constructively with businesses and other external partners to advance the state of business practice.

Here, you’ll encounter demonstrated research success such as:

  • world-class records of academic impact in areas like accounting and management;
  • timely results from young faculty in areas like risk management (finance) and human decision making (marketing);
  • contributions to large-scale interdisciplinary research in healthcare, climate change, and emergency management in business analytics and economics;
  • the world’s only real-money academic research market, the Iowa Electronic Markets;
  • impactful engagement with corporations, non-profits, regulatory agencies, etc. around the globe.

Tippie’s research mission drives the state of knowledge from Iowa to the world. Whether you’re a prospective student or faculty member, academic peer, or potential new partner, feel free to reach out to us if you have questions, or if you want to get involved.

Nick Street

Nick Street

Associate Dean for Research and PhD Programs
Henry B. Tippie Research Professor of Business Analytics
nick-street@uiowa.edu

12 %

More peer reviewed articles per faculty member in the last five years

# 11

Most productive management faculty

TAMUGA Rankings, Pubs/Faculty, 2021

13

Countries represented by our PhD students

Research seminars and speaker series

Thought Leaders: Tippie Seminar Series

In this virtual, multidisciplinary research seminar series, we bring together the brightest minds in business research. Get to know the latest discoveries and cutting edge research as the series rotates through different themes – from Business Analytics to Leadership, Marketing, and beyond.

See upcoming seminars

 

Departmental seminars

Each year, several of our academic departments invite influencers and scholars from around the nation to speak to faculty and students. Our current lineup includes:

Faculty research news

headline of business insider

Want a part-time job? Here's why Corporate America won't hire you

Wednesday, June 8, 2022
Rebecca Knight | Business Insider
Working part-time would give workers more flexibility, but many employers are reluctant to offer it. Jennifer Nahrgang, professor of management and entrepreneurship, says too many organizations see part-timers as not fully committed. “It’s not necessarily fair and it’s not right, but there’s a stigma,” she says.
The Daily Iowan logo

Report shows Iowans are suffering badly from low wages

Wednesday, May 11, 2022
Samantha Bielema | The Daily Iowan
A Common Good report found that multiple types of working Iowa households are struggling to make ends meet. The most basic budget is not attainable for some in the state because of low wages and high living expenses.
Iowa Public Radio logo

Burnout is bad for business

Burnout is bad for individuals and for the companies they work for and it seems to be at an all-time high right now. In this edition of Talk of Iowa, host Charity Nebbe talks with Tippie researchers to learn about burnout, some of the organizational problems that lead to burnout and how organizations can do better.
Entrepreneur logo

Here’s Why the Best Workers Leave Companies, While the Worst Ones Stay

Friday, April 22, 2022
Jason Feifer | Entrepreneur
Bad news for companies: Your best employees will not stand for your crap. Even worse news for companies: Your worst employees absolutely will stand for your crap. That’s basically the takeaway from an interesting new study out of the University of Iowa, and it has implications for every organization and its workers.
cory_hinds_2.jpg

UI accounting doctoral student wins $25K Deloitte Foundation Fellowship

Friday, April 1, 2022
The Deloitte Foundation has awarded Cory Hinds, a University of Iowa accounting Ph.D. candidate, a 2022 Doctoral Fellowship in Accounting.