AN ANALYTICAL MODEL FOR LONG-RANGE FINANCIAL PLANNING

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  • It is a pleasure to acknowledge the intellectual and financial support of the Tuck School Associates Program and First National City Bank, of New York. Both, however, are absolved of any responsibility for the contents of this paper. I should also like to thank David H. Downes and Roger J. Pinchard for computer programming and many valuable suggestions as to the model's form and content. An earlier version of this paper was presented at the TIMS/ORSA Joint Meetings, San Francisco, May 1968 [2].

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