We unite the School’s trail-blazing teaching, research, and industry engagement initiatives that use data to improve decision-making and generate actionable business insights.

2022 Year in Review

Analytics at Wharton looks back on our enriching student programming, exciting in-person events, impactful research, and all the rest that 2022 had to offer! We thank you for your continued support and engagement, and wish you a happy, healthy, and impactful 2023!

Women in Data Science @ Penn Conference

The Wharton School and Penn Engineering are proud to host the fourth annual Women in Data Science (WiDS) @ Penn Conference on February 3, 2023. For the first time since the pandemic, attendees will join us on campus for in-person talks showcasing the latest advances in data science, speaker Q&A sessions, and networking opportunities.
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Analytics → Action → Impact

With its bench strength of faculty expertise and student talent, Analytics at Wharton generates cutting-edge research, informs business practices and public policy, inspires the next generation of business leaders, and creates pathways for organizations and historically excluded populations to gain access to analytics education and resources.

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Our Programs

Analytics at Wharton brings together eight programs at the School – AI and Analytics for Business, Computational Social Science for Business, Penn Wharton Budget Model, People Analytics, Wharton Neuroscience, Wharton Research Data Services, and Wharton Sports Analytics and Business Initiative.
Our programs are united in their fundamental core value – using analytics to create impact.
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7 Analytics Student Clubs

Analytics News

FTX Auditors Doubled as Crypto Industry Cheerleaders

Dan Taylor, faculty director of Wharton Forensic Analytics Lab, weighs in on the significant deficiencies in FTX’s internal controls.

TV news top driver of political echo chambers in U.S.

Wharton’s Duncan Watts discovered 17% of Americans consume television news from partisan left- or right-leaning sources compared to just 4% online.

Biden’s student loan debt forgiveness plan could cost up to $519 billion, according to new analysis

According to research from the Penn Wharton Budget Model, student loan forgiveness will be anything but “free.”

Welcome to your office in the metaverse

“Working It” host Isabel Berwick talks to Lynn Wu, a Wharton Business School professor and an expert on emerging technologies related to the future of work.

To Make Better Hires, Learn What Predicts Success

Learn how Cade Massey, Faculty Co-Director of The Wharton Sports Analytics and Business Initiative, turned to baseball to rethink recruiting.

Deepfake Technology Is Now a Threat to Everyone. What Do We Do?

Deepfake scams are becoming more common, thanks to a number of free deepfake apps that are just a Google search away.

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