Economic Rockstar: Eugene Fama
Eugene F. Fama discusses Efficient Market, Hypothesis, the Feds Fund Rate, Bitcoin, and Daily Routines with Frank Conway, founder of Economic Rockstar podcast.
The Fama Porfolio
The Fama-Miller Center recently hosted an event to celebrate the publication of “The Fama Portfolio,” an edited collection of papers written by Eugene Fama, along with introductory essays by many of his colleagues. This was an opportunity to not only celebrate his works, but also present the book to Professor Fama. The event also included a panel discussion on asset pricing with John Cochrane, Tobias Moskowitz, Kenneth French, Eugene Fama, and William Schwert. Watch video> / View Photos>
Fiduciary Investors Symposium at Chicago Booth
Eugene F. Fama, Robert R. McCormick Distinguished Service Professor of Finance at the Chicago Booth School of Business, speaks to Top1000funds.com editor Amanda White and John Skjervem, chief investment officer of Oregon State Treasury, about active management, academic progress, the three-factor model, and efficient markets. Watch video »
Fama Nobel Lecture Explains Asset Pricing
The Nobel laureate Eugene F. Fama, Robert R. McCormick Distinguished Service Professor of Finance, delivered his Prize Lecture, “Two Pillars of Asset Pricing,” on Sunday at Stockholm University. The other Prize Lectures in Economic Sciences were given by Lars Peter Hansen of the University of Chicago and Robert J. Shiller of Yale University. Watch video »