Chris J. Lloyd

Professor of Statistics

I am currently Professor of Business Statistics at University of Melbourne, within the Melbourne Business School.

Most of my research has been on two topics: estimating animal populations using mark recapture; estimation of receiver operating characteristic curves; exact statistic methods. I have 110 peer reviewed papers, mostly single author including Statistics and Computing, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Statistics and Medicine, Biometrics, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society and Journal of Population Research.

I have written a graduate level textbook on categorical data analysis and a lower level textbook on probabilistic decision making and data analysis for MBA students, both published by Wiley.

I have a recent interest in demographic projection of fertility and age curves as well as causal analytics, which I currently teach on the Masters of Business Analytics.