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John Lintner

John Lintner

American economist
John Lintner
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Intro American economist
Was Economist
From United States of America
Type Finance
Gender male
Birth 9 February 1916
Death 8 June 1983 (aged 67 years)
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Biography

John Virgil Lintner, Jr. (February 9, 1916 – June 8, 1983) was a professor at the Harvard Business School in the 1960s and one of the co-creators (1965a,b) of the capital asset pricing model.
For a time, much confusion was created because the various economists working on this model independently failed to realize that they were saying much the same thing. They looked at the issue of capital asset valuation from different perspectives. William F. Sharpe, for example, approached the problem as an individual investor picking stocks. Lintner, on the other hand, approached it from the perspective of a corporation issuing shares of stock.
Lintner earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Kansas in 1939. He arrived at Harvard for graduate study the next year. He quickly impressed the faculty, and in 1942 became a member of the Society of Fellows, a three-year paid fellowship with no duties except self-directed research.

Personal life

John Lintner was born to John Virgil and Pearl Lintner in Lone Elm, KS on February 9, 1916. From his first marriage to Sylvia Change, he had two children, John Howland and Nancy Chance. From his second marriage to Eleanor Hodges, he had a stepson, Allan Hodges. He died of a heart attack while driving on June 8, 1983 in Cambridge, MA.

Education

He received an A.B., in 1939 and a M.A., in 1940 from the University of Kansas; a M.A., in 1942; and Ph.D., in 1946 from Harvard University.

Positions

  • 1939-40 - Instructor, Business Administration, University of Kansas, Lawrence
  • 1941 - Member of Research Staff on fiscal policy, National Bureau of Economic Research, New York
  • 1946-51 - Assistant Professor, Harvard University, Graduate School of Business Administration
  • 1951-56 - Associate Professor, Harvard University, Graduate School of Business Administration
  • 1956-64 - Professor of Business Administration, Harvard University
  • 1964-83 - George Gund Professor of Economics and Business Administration, Harvard University
  • 1950-83 - Member of Board of trustees, Cambridge Savings Bank
  • 1975-83 - Board of director, US & Foreign securities corp, Chase of Boston Mutual Funds
  • Consultant to business & government

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