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  • Weathering the Storm: Evaluating Captive Insurance for Iowa Cooperatives in Crisis 

    Bujakowski, Douglas; Kievits, Rick (Drake Management Review, 2023-04)
    Iowa agricultural cooperatives are facing a crisis in obtaining affordable and comprehensive property and casualty insurance due to the withdrawal of major carriers and significant increases in premiums and deductibles. ...
  • Career Opportunities in the Iowa Insurance Industry 

    Croft, Kevin (Drake Management Review, 2023-04)
    The Iowa insurance industry is an economic powerhouse, creating an $8.9 billion impact in the Des Moines – West Des Moines MSA alone. The industry’s scale has spawned two start-up accelerators focused on insurtech, each ...
  • Suggestions for Solving Cheating Scandals at Public Accounting Firms 

    Simms, Kathryn; Li, Yiwen (Drake Management Review, 2023-04)
    The purpose of this paper is to provide suggestions that may help to resolve problems that public accounting firms have experienced with employees cheating on the AICPA’s ethics exam and on training exams, including ...
  • State of Iowa vs. Sam Craft, Brief for the Appellant 

    Boyer, Elizabeth (2023)
    2023 Supreme Court Competition Problem: Sam Craft lives in a small home on Birch Street in Eldora, Iowa. Craft owns the home and is its sole occupant. The back yard is surrounded by a fence. The front yard is unfenced. ...
  • Food Stamps: The Impact on Consumer Expenditure Behavior 

    Schlotterbeck, Bryan (Drake Management Review, 2022-10)
    The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as food stamps, is one of the largest and most important federal assistance programs provided by the United States government. The purpose of the program is ...

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