Bruce Greenwald

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Bruce Greenwald
Born (1946-08-15) August 15, 1946 (age 70)
Nationality American
Spouse(s) Ava Seave
Institution Graduate School of Business, Columbia University, USA
Field Economics, investing
Alma mater Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Princeton University
Influences David Dodd

Bruce Corman Norbert Greenwald (born August 15, 1946),[1] is a professor at Columbia University's Graduate School of Business and director of research at FirstEagle Funds. He is, among others, the author of the books Value Investing: from Graham to Buffett and Beyond and Competition Demystified: A Radically Simplified Approach to Business Strategy. He has been referred to by The New York Times as "a guru to Wall Street's gurus"[2] and is a recognized authority on value investing, along with additional expertise in productivity and the economics of information.

Personal life[edit]

He and his wife, Ava Seave, have a daughter and live in Manhattan.[citation needed]

Books[edit]

  • Value Investing: from Graham to Buffett and Beyond
  • Competition Demystified: A Radically Simplified Approach to Business Strategy.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Greenwald, Bruce C. N., 1946-". Library of Congress. Retrieved October 26, 2014. pub. info. (b. 8/15/46) 
  2. ^ Fabrikant, Geraldine (January 24, 1999). "Private Sector: A Guru to Wall Street's Gurus". The New York Times. 

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