PhD, Stanford University; BSc, BCom, University of Auckland
Gareth James is an expert on statistical methodology in the areas of functional data analysis and high dimensional statistics, with particular application to marketing problems. He has published extensively and is a co-author of one of the leading books on statistical learning methods. He teaches both MBA and PhD courses ranging from introductory statistics through to advanced modern non-linear regression techniques. Professor James has won several research and teaching awards, including two Deans awards for Research Excellence and two Golden Apple awards for his MBA courses. Dr. James has also served as the PI or Co-PI on several NSF research grants and as an Associate Editor for journals such as JASA, and Statistica Sinca. He is an elected Fellow of the American Statistical Association and a life member of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics.
Derenski, Joshua.,Fan, Yingying.,James, Gareth.
() "Discussion of "Random-projection ensemble classification"", Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B, 79, 1009-1010.
Chandrasekaran, Deepa.,Tellis, Gerard.,James, Gareth.
() "Technological Leapfrogging: When, How, and Why Emerging Markets Catch-up or Pass Developed Markets in the Adoption of new Products", under first review Management Science.
Xu, Min.,Li, Wenyuan.,James, Gareth.,Mehan, Michael.,Zhou, Xianghong.
() "Automated Multi-dimensional Phenotypic Profiling Using Large Public Microarray Repositories", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences .
James, Gareth.,Radchenko, Peter.
() "Invited Discussion of "Sure Independence Screening for Ultrahigh Dimensional Feature Space" by Fan and Lv", Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 70, 895-896.
() "Curve Alignment by Moments", Annals of Applied Statistics, 1, 480-501.
James, Gareth.,Sugar, C..,Desai, R..,Rosenheck, R..
() "A Comparison of Outcomes Among Patients with Schizophrenia in Two Mental Health Systems: A Health State Approach", Schizophrenia Research , 86, 309-320.