Analytics at Wharton unites the School’s trail-blazing teaching, research, and industry engagement initiatives that use data to improve decision-making and generate actionable business insights.
Analytics at Wharton brings together six existing programs at the School – Customer Analytics, Penn Wharton Budget Model, People Analytics, Wharton Neuroscience, Wharton Research Data Services, and Wharton Sports Analytics and Business Initiative.
Led by Eric T. Bradlow, Vice Dean of Analytics, the K.P Chao Professor and Professor of Marketing, Economics, Education, and Statistics, chair of Wharton’s Marketing Department, and co-founder of Wharton Customer Analytics, Analytics at Wharton will support new work in sports, data fraud, human resources, and network analytics.
Made possible by an anonymous $15 million gift, the Data Science and Business Analytics Fund will invest in new ideas and opportunities to expand the impact of big data analytics on research, curriculum, and industry and alumni engagement.
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“I see analytics as being directly in Wharton’s historical quantitative sweet spot but expanding it in different industries where the data now exists.”
Prof. Eric T. Bradlow, Vice Dean of Analytics, Chairperson of the Marketing Department, The K.P. Chao Professor; Professor of Marketing
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