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        We want to demonstrate our commitment to your privacy. In support of the changes to the EU data protection law, we’ve updated our privacy notice effective May 25, 2018.

        One of just a few programs of its kind, our PhD Program in Econometrics and Statistics gives you the scientific tools to create meaning from data in areas such as forecasting, analyzing demand and cost, model building, analyzing big datasets, and testing empirical implications of theories.

        The program is designed for students who wish to do research in statistical methods that are motivated by business and economics applications. It also provides valuable insights into other fields, including marketing, finance, and economics.

        Econometrics and statistics doctoral students have the freedom to develop a customized research program, combining courses in specific areas of business—such as economics, finance, accounting, marketing, or international business—with advanced courses in statistical methods.

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        Associate Professor of Econometrics and Statistics

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        Wallace W. Booth Professor of Econometrics and Statistics

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        Assistant Professor of Econometrics and Statistics; Liew Family Junior Faculty Fellow and Richard N. Rosett Faculty Fellow

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        Associate Professor of Econometrics and Statistics

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        Assistant Professor of Econometrics and Statistics and George C. Tiao Faculty Fellow

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        Robert Law, Jr. Professor of Econometrics and Statistics

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        Associate Professor of Econometrics and Statistics, and James S. Kemper Foundation Faculty Scholar

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        Alper Family Professor of Econometrics and Statistics

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        Assistant Professor of Econometrics and Statistics and Asness Junior Faculty Fellow

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        Assistant Professor of Econometrics and Statistics, and John E. Jeuck Faculty Fellow

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        H.G.B. Alexander Professor of Econometrics and Statistics

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        Professor of Econometrics and Statistics

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        Some of the most important business and economic research in the world is published in journals conceived at Chicago Booth.

        The Journal of Econometrics serves as an outlet for research dealing with the application of statistical inference to economic data, as well as the application of econometric techniques to economics.

        2017社平工资Quantitative Marketing and Economics highlights research in the marketing, economics, and statistics categories. It focuses on problems that are important to marketing using a quantitative approach.

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        Professor of Marketing
        Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University

        Alan L. Montgomery’s work focuses on the application of analytical methods to solve marketing problems. His fields of interest include electronic commerce, retailing, and consumer financial decision-making. He has a PhD in econometrics and statistics.  

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        PhD students in econometrics and statistics apply statistical methods to a wide range of business problems, from the effectiveness of machine-learning tools to video-game preferences. Our graduates go on to work in high-profile institutions, generally in academia, finance, or data science.

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        Research by Chicago Booth’s Dacheng Xiu and others suggests that today’s computers can predict asset returns with an unprecedented accuracy.

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        Three Chicago Booth researchers quantify the likelihood of machine learning leading business executives astray.

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        Research by Guanhao Feng, PhD ’17, Booth’s Dacheng Xiu, and others suggests that the hunt for investable factors has gone too far.