Victor Jose


William and Karen Sonneborn Term Associate Professorships


MSB Faculty
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Victor Jose is an associate professor in the Operations and Information Management (OPIM) area of the McDonough School of Business, where he also holds the William and Karen Sonneborn Term Chair in Business Administration. His areas of research interest and expertise are decision/risk analysis and forecasting, with a particular focus on the development of prescriptive models and tools that could help managers make good decisions in uncertain environments. In particular, he has worked extensively in the areas of probability elicitation, forecast verification, and expert combination of forecasts. Aside from this, he also has a long-standing interest in data science, Bayesian statistics, and stochastic modeling. His work has appeared in leading academic journals such as Management Science and Operations Research.

Currently, Professor Jose teaches the core statistics class for the MBA and undergraduate business programs. Aside from managerial statistics, he has previously taught classes in quantitative analysis, operations management, research methods, decision making, and spreadsheet modeling.


  • Ph.D. (2009) Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business, Business Administration
  • B.S. (2002) Ateneo de Manila University, Mathematics and Management Engineering