Why Those Guys Won the Economics Nobels
Harvard Business Review
APRIL 2, 2014
Many lay readers are familiar with John Burr Williams and the dividend discount model , or the discounted value of future cash flows. You know, the future value of money, the present value of money — money today is worth more than in the future because you can invest it and get interest. Back in the ‘60s, people developed the capital asset pricing model [CAPM] as a way to do that. And the theory that was available then was CAPM.