In addition to his work as a digital and analytics executive, Joe has demonstrated a commitment to the development of a deeper understanding of analytics and society. He supports this deeper understanding through his teaching and research.
Two basic principles underpin his teaching and research agenda:
- We will not be saved by big data; we will be saved by the analytical techniques that allow us to draw actionable, clear insights from them.
- A method is only as useful as the substantive conclusions you are able to draw because of it.
University Teaching & Courses
Joe has lectured academically on topics in business, politics, economics, and statistics. Subfield topics include political behavior, institutions, research methodology, data science, analytics and NLP. His experience includes the instruction of hundreds of undergraduate and graduate students at top universities and academic conferences, most at Columbia University.