Fama Credits Twist of Fate For Life Changing Economic DecisionsMark Melin
Eugene Francis Fama is known for his mathematical work in economics, winning a Nobel laureate in for portfolio theory and asset pricing. These are “hard number” disciplines that come from perhaps one of the most mathematically orientated economics educational institutions in the world: The University of Chicago.
It is rather odd, then, that Fama credits serendipity, a chance twist of fate, for influencing his path in life at the University . . .
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