Nobel Prize Talks: Robert J. Shiller
Having predicted two financial bubbles, Robert Shiller has received much attention. In this conversation the 2013 Laureate in Economic Sciences talks about the need to prevent increasing economic inequality, and how he believes artificial intelligence will transform our lives completely in the future. Shiller also discusses how he teaches an online course to more than 100 000 students, and why the news media seems to love that word ‘bubble’.
Interview, December 2013
Interview with 2013 Laureate in Economic Sciences Robert J. Shiller, 6 December 2013.
Robert J. Shiller explains his work to young students.
Robert J. Shiller on learning he had been awarded the Prize.
Robert J. Shiller on what brought him to economic sciences.
Robert J. Shiller on the eureka moment.
Robert J. Shiller on the many people that contributed to his awarded work.
Robert J. Shiller on role models and influences.
Robert J. Shiller on the Nobel Prizes.Copyright © Nobel Media AB 2013
The 2013 Nobel Laureates met at the Grünewald Hall in the Stockholm Concert Hall in Stockholm on 11 December 2013 for the traditional round-table discussion and TV program ‘Nobel Minds’. The Nobel Laureates discussed the discoveries for which they’ve been honored, how these can be applied in a practical way, and the role of science in today’s society. The discussion was hosted by Zeinab Badawi of the BBC.
Robert J. Shiller, 2013 Laureate in Economic Sciences, is interviewed by Anna Hedenmo during the Nobel Banquet on 10 December 2013. In this short interview, Robert J. Shiller talks about the Prize Award Ceremony, if there’s a house bubble in Sweden, investing in real estate and if his psychologist wife has affected his research and conclusions.
Telephone interview with Robert J. Shiller recorded immediately following the announcement of the 2013 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel, 14 October 2013. The interviewer is Nobelprize.org’s Adam Smith.
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