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                                           Eugene Fama

                  Euegene Fama


Nobel Prize Winner and University of Chicago, Robert R. McCormick Distinguished Service Professor of Finance Professor. He is credited with founding both the random walk hypothesis and the efficient market hypothesis. He has published numerous articles and worked in collaboration with Kenneth French to define the Three-factor Model. Considered a giant in the field of financial economics, he is among the world's most cited academics.

Research activities focus on theoretical and empirical work on investments; price formation in capital markets; corporate finance, and the economics of the survival of organizational forms. Dr. Fama also serves as Director of Research at Dimensional Fund Advisor
 
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