An expert in data analytics and statistics, Chris Lloyd is Professor at Melbourne Business School Limited (MBS) at The University of Melbourne where he teaches the courses Data Analysis, Business Analytics, and Causal Analytics in the Masters of Business Analytics program.
Chris is an experienced expert witness, having advised, consulted, and given depositions on a range of issues between 2002 and 2014.
Chris’s research has been published in leading academic journals, including Biometrika, Biometrics, Annals of Statistics, Journal of the Royal statistical Society, and Journal of the American Statistical Association. He has over 100 peer-reviewed research articles.
His recent research focuses on population projections and their potential impact on the economy and social issues.
Prior to MBS, Chris held positions at Imperial College London, La Trobe University, University of Hong Kong, and University of New South Wales. He received his Ph.D. from University of Melbourne in 1985.
Prof. Lloyd is a charter member of Pelham Associates.
- “Lost professors: we won’t need academics in 60 years” (The Conversation)
- “Why boosting immigration or fertility won’t fix our ageing population” (The Conversation)
- “FactCheck Q&A: do women under 50 make up just 2% of people on $100,000 a year?” (The Conversation)
- “Statistical Headlines: 650,000.” [on the number of deaths in the Iraq War] (Club Troppo)