Robert J. Shiller

Robert James Shiller (born March 29, 1946)[4] is an American economist (Nobel Laureate in 2013), academic, and best-selling author. As of 2019, he serves as a Sterling Professor of Economics at Yale University and is a fellow at the Yale School of Management's International Center for Finance.[5] Shiller has been a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) since 1980, was vice president of the American Economic Association in 2005, its president-elect for 2016, and president of the Eastern Economic Association for 2006–2007.[6] He is also the co‑founder and chief economist of the investment management firm MacroMarkets LLC.

Robert J. Shiller
Shiller at a meeting with President Tsai Ing-wen in July 2017
Robert James Shiller

(1946-03-29) March 29, 1946 (age 75)
InstitutionYale University
FieldFinancial economics
Behavioral finance
School or
New Keynesian economics
Behavioral economics
Alma materMichigan (B.A. 1967)
MIT (Ph.D. 1972)
Franco Modigliani
John Y. Campbell[3]
InfluencesJohn Maynard Keynes
George Akerlof
Irving Fisher
ContributionsIrrational Exuberance, Case-Shiller index
AwardsDeutsche Bank Prize (2009) Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics (2013)
Information at IDEAS / RePEc
Nobel Prize Laureate Robert J. Shiller during press conference in Stockholm, December 2013

Shiller was ranked by the IDEAS RePEc publications monitor in 2008 as among the 100 most influential economists of the world;[7] and was still on the list in 2019.[8] Eugene Fama, Lars Peter Hansen and Shiller jointly received the 2013 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, "for their empirical analysis of asset prices".[9][10]