Masters In Business: Nate Silver Of

Masters In Business: Nate Silver Of

This week we have a special statistical election edition of Masters in Business radio podcast, speaking with Nate Silver of

H/T Barry Ritholtz

Silver received his Bachelors in Economics in 2000 from University of Chicago. He is the author of The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail–but Some Don’t.

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He first came to the public attention’s with his shockingly accurate forecasts of political elections, from Senate to the President, he ran the table in 2010, 2012, and 2014. Silver used the statistical methodology of baseball, rather than the anecdote driven approach the mainstream media had embraced.

He began publishing under a pen name at Daily Kos, before the New York Times made part of the Times site. During the electoral peak, fivethirtyeight was 20% of the times web traffic.  Be sure to listen to the segment on where we are in the electoral process and what it means for the general election.

Masters In Business: Nate Silver Of

Listen to the show live on Bloomberg Radio.  The full podcast will be available soon after on iTunes, SoundCloud and on Bloomberg. Earlier podcasts can be found on iTunes and at

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