Political Analytics is a one-day conference at Harvard University featuring top minds from media, politics, and academics. Launched in 2016, this biennial event is the locus of an exciting conversation about the growing role of data and analytics in determining the winners and losers in politics, and showcases how emerging forms of analytics are changing the way we understand the political landscape in the 21st century.
A full list of past panels and speakers can be found on the dedicated Political Analytics Conference website. Video from past conferences can be found on the media page of the CAPS website.
Political Analytics is the creation of Ryan Enos and Kirk Goldsberry, and is organized by Ryan, Kirk, Shannon McGregor and Stephen Pettigrew. It is sponsored by the Center for American Political Studies at Harvard University, and co-sponsored by the Harvard Institute for Quantitative Social Science.