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Eugene F. Fama Ph.D., MBA

The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economics Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2013
Nobel co-recipients Lars Peter Hansen, Robert J. Shiller

Economist. Empirical analysis of asset prices. Influenced development of index funds. Father of modern finance. Idea is 'how do you measure risk?' Windsurfing, golf, opera.

In University of Chicago - Economics. Environment so productive. "We have good people, you need that; very interactive environment; people help one another out a lot. I couldn't do what I did without the help of my professors, colleagues and students. Everybody contributes to everybody else."

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Eugene Fama, King of Predictable Markets by Jeff Sommer, The New York Times, 26 October 2013

Interview with Eugene Fama by John Cassidy, The New Yorker, January 13, 2010

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Professor Eugene Fama discusses the evolution of finance, Dimensional, 2014

David Booth reflects on Eugene Fama's historic career, Dimensional, 2014

Economic Theories for a Global Economy

Eugene Fama Interview by Richard Roll, American Finance Association. 15 Aug. 2008

Eugene F. Fama Please bear in mind that there may be more than one person with same name.

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Name: Eugene F. Fama
Birth: 14 February 1939 Boston, MA, USA
Institution:: University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA
Award: "for their empirical analysis of asset prices"
Subject: Financial Economics
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