Research at Gies

Gathering Knowledge, Powering Innovation

At Gies Business, we promise our students that an education is just the start – that here they can discover their purpose. Our faculty are at the center of that promise, guiding students to challenge assumptions, to be inventive, and to develop their own style. Our exceptional faculty conduct cutting-edge research that regularly impacts industry and helps business decisions get made.

Gies Business Research Lab

The Gies Business Research Lab is dedicated to supporting Gies faculty in performing groundbreaking research on business decision making, focused on addressing critical societal needs through the transfer and application of knowledge, and we are committed to fostering industry-leading research than can help organizations and individuals make effective, efficient decisions. Your participation in research helps us create knowledge and shape the future decision-making practices of businesses and organizations around the world.

As part of the Business Research Lab panel, you would be invited to participate periodically in research studies on topics in accounting, organizational management, or marketing. For more information, contact Jen Themanson, Coordinator, at busresearchlab@illinois.edu.

Data Science Research Service

The Data Science Research Service (DSRS) drives research within the Gies College of Business by assisting students, faculty, and staff with their data science, machine learning, computational infrastructure, and data acquisition needs. The DSRS works as a component of the Gies Disruption initiative in efforts to make Gies the most technologically-forward and data-capable business college in the world.

For more information about how to utilize this service, visit go.gies.illinois.edu/DSRSresearch.

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Donohoe: ‘Investigator DNA’ key to evolution of accountancy

Professor Michael Donohoe believes the next generation of accountants will have “investigator DNA” and a strategic mindset. “With the growing emphasis on business analytics, our students are becoming investigators who ask big questions, use data, and state of the art statistical methods to investigate those questions in a meaningful way."

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