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                                      Kenneth French

            Kenneth French


Kenneth R. French is the NTU Professor of Finance at MIT's Sloan School of Management. He is an expert on the behavior of security prices and investment strategies. His recent research focuses on tests of asset pricing models, the trade-off between risk and return in domestic and international financial markets, the cost of capital, and the relation between capital structure and firm value.

 French is a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, an Advisory Editor of the Journal of Financial Economics, an Associate Editor of the Review of Financial Studies, and a past director of the American Finance Association.

 He has co-authored numerous papers and articles with Eugene Fama. In 1990, they sought to determine what sources of risk the market systematically rewards with higher returns. The result of their research is known as the Three-factor Model. He is also a key advisor for Dimensional Fund Advisors.
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