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Tuesday, January 26, 2021

A number of Tippie faculty were recognized in a recent study published by Stanford University researchers using a new scholarly citation impact measure to identify the top 100,000 most impactful scientific researchers, along with those in the top 2% of their academic subfield. Indices were calculated based on lifetime scholarly impact and impact during the year 2019.

“The inclusion of so many Tippie scholars on this list is a tribute to the profound impact they have had on their respective fields, and testament to the tradition of research excellence we have in the college,” said Nick Street, associate dean for research and Ph.D. programs at the Tippie College of Business. “We are surrounded by world-class researchers every day, and I look forward to seeing more of them on the list in years to come.”

The results reveal the historic and ongoing scholarly strength of the Tippie College of Business across a wide range of academic disciplines.

In the lifetime category:

  • Sam Burer, George Daly Professor of Business Analytics
  • Amy Kristof-Brown, Dean and Professor of Management & Entrepreneurship
  • Johannes Ledolter, Robert Thomas Holmes Professor of Business Analytics
  • Irwin Levin, Emeritus Professor of Marketing
  • Mick Mount, Emeritus Professor of Management & Entrepreneurship
  • Sara Rynes-Weller, Emeritus Professor of Management & Entrepreneurship
  • Frank Schmidt, Emeritus Professor of Management & Entrepreneurship
  • Greg Stewart, Professor of Management & Entrepreneurship and Mary H. Bell Chair in Leadership

All of the same people appeared in the 2019 list along with:

  • Rabah Amir, J. Edward Lundy Professor of Economics
  • Dan Collins, Henry B. Tippie Research Chair in Accounting
  • Patrick Fan, Henry B. Tippie Chair in Business Analytics
  • Paul Hribar, Professor of Accounting and Henry B. Tippie Excellence Chair
  • Arturs Kalnins, Associate Professor of Management & Entrepreneurship and Henry B. Tippie Research Fellow