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American Finance Association

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION

"The AFA was planned at a meeting in December 1939 in Philadelphia. The Journal of Finance was first published in August 1946 when dues were $3 a year. Association membership has grown steadily over time. Today the AFA has over 8,000 members and dues are $40 a year."

Official Website:
http://www.afajof.org/

Location:
Berkeley, CA

Founding Date:
Dec-1939

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sanford J. Grossman
Business
21-Jul-1953   CEO of Quantitative Financial Strategies
Joseph A. Grundfest
Attorney
8-Sep-1951   Stanford law professor
Donald P. Jacobs
Economist
22-Jun-1927   Dean of the Kellogg School, 1975-2001
Neil H. Jacoby
Economist
19-Sep-1909 31-May-1979 Council of Economic Advisers, 1953-55
Deborah J. Lucas
Educator
c. 1958   Finance Professor at Northwestern
Burton Malkiel
Economist
28-Aug-1932   A Random Walk Down Wall Street
Robert C. Merton
Economist
31-Jul-1944   Risk management and options
Merton H. Miller
Economist
16-May-1923 3-Jun-2000 Modigliani-Miller theorem
Franco Modigliani
Economist
18-Jun-1918 25-Sep-2003 Life-cycle theory
George G. C. Parker
Educator
c. 1939   Finance Professor Emeritus, Stanford
Charles Plosser
Economist
19-Sep-1948   President and CEO, Philadelphia Fed
Bill Poole
Economist
19-Jun-1937   President, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Stephen A. Ross
Economist
c. 1943   Professor of Financial Economics, MIT
Raymond J. Saulnier
Economist
20-Sep-1908 30-Apr-2009 Council of Economic Advisers, 1955-61
Myron S. Scholes
Economist
1-Jul-1941   Black-Scholes options pricing model
William F. Sharpe
Economist
16-Jun-1934   Capital asset pricing model
James Van Horne
Educator
c. 1935   Economics Professor, Stanford


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