William Sharpe


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William Sharpe

An American economist and professor. His major contributions include both the capital asset pricing model and the Sharpe ratio, which attempts to account for a money manager's index-like tendencies in portfolio management. Sharpe won the Nobel Prize for economics in 1990. He was born in 1934.
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Later they may like to read the Century Edition of Macpherson's Ossian, edited by William Sharpe.
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The editors of the Case Western Reserve law Review respectfully dedicate this issue to Professor Calvin William Sharpe.
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We're delighted that economists, academics and authors of the calibre of Jack Bogle, Burton Malkiel, Ken French and William Sharpe gave us their time to speak to us.
William Sharpe, a spokesman for the Lynn Police, pointed to the recent alleged murder of 15-year-old Rene Valdez by Javon Walczak, 16, in Lynn, which witnesses have told police was the result of Valdez trying to rob Walczak, an alleged marijuana dealer.
In fact, the authors of the seminal academic research in the 1950s and 1960s, Harry Markowitz and William Sharpe, have themselves emphasised (Sharpe (1991) and Markowitz (2005)) that the market portfolio may not be efficient in a more realistic setting.
Stanford professor emeritus and Nobel Prize winner William Sharpe agrees, advocating "a minimum subsistence level equal to the amount provided by a risk-free asset," adding annuities should be considered explicitly" for this role.
Thus, Robert Merton, William Sharpe, and Harry Markowitz, all major figures in the first volume, reappear in the sequel.
The sheriffs of London (1500-1515), in which John Obyn of London argues that his wife's assertion of precontract with William Sharpe is merely "pretended.
The well respected academic, William Sharpe, carried out a survey in the early 1990s trying to understand what drove returns on US equity portfolios.
Harry Markowitz and Merton Miller developed MPT in 1952 and William Sharpe expanded on it later; the three won the 1990 Nobel Prize for Economics for their contribution to investment methodology.