Global Leadership Series with Eugene Fama


Are markets really efficient?  What is the future of capitalism?

Chicago Booth Global Leadership Series with Eugene Fama

Please join us for a lunchtime question and answer session with Professor Eugene Fama who is widely acclaimed as "the man who launched modern finance." He is also credited with being the inventor of the "efficient market hypothesis" which is possibly the most influential financial theory to have impacted both academics and practitioners alike.

Daniel Hertzberg, AB '68, International Editor of the Wall Street Journal, will moderate this unique opportunity to engage in questions and answers with Professor Fama.


The Chicago Booth Global Leadership Series provides executives worldwide with an unparalleled view of the complex environment and current trends facing businesses today. As the first top-tier business school to have permanent campuses on three continents (North America, Asia and Europe), the series is a natural outgrowth of Chicago Booth's role as a leader in international business education.

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Name Sales End Price Fee
General Admission Ended £10 £0.5