Robert Shiller - Nobel Laureates Series
He gained widespread credibility in the wake of the 1987 stock market crash following his criticism of the efficient-market hypothesis. Further, presenting a strong voice in the aftermath of the financial crisis and his continued analysis of long-term changes in asset prices eventually won him the Nobel Prize in 2013. To have someone of this calibre come to UCL with The Economist's Society and speak is an incredible gift to us all.
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