Robert Shiller, Yale University professor, shares his thoughts on the jump in mortgage applications and recent boom in the housing market as long-term rates slip to new lows.» Read More
Robert Shiller shares how he found out he had won the Nobel Prize. He also explains the difference between his "irrational" market theory and fellow Nobel laureate Eugene Fama's "efficient market" theory.
Robert Shiller, S&P Case/Shiller Index, provides his take on the state of the housing recovery and where he is finding home prices jumping the most.
Mortgage rates rising from their record low levels probably will affect the housing recovery, but how? It depends on whom you ask.
Robert Shiller of the Case-Shiller Index joins guest host Ken Langone, co-founder of Home Depot, to discuss what's motivating buyers. "Home-buying increases are a result of a holdover from Fed stimulus," Shiller said.
Robert Shiller says the stock market is clearly displaying bubbly characteristics of a bubble. The thing is determining when it will burst.
Robert Shiller, Case-Shiller Index co-founder, weighs in on the "strong" housing numbers.
Housing data released Tuesday was mixed, prompting economist Robert Shiller to call the housing recovery positive in the short-term, but not without many headwinds.
Limited or no mortgage interest deductions in the U.S. tax code could prompt a sea change from buying to renting, influential economist Robert Shiller told CNBC’s “Futures Now” on Tuesday.
Robert Shiller, a renowned economist at Yale, explains why he remains uncertain of a housing recovery in the near-term.
Housing-related stocks still have room to run, regardless of whether home prices have officially bottomed, CNBC’s “Fast Money” market experts said Wednesday.
It would take at least a year of price increases to call a recovery in the housing market, Yale University economist and housing expert Robert Shiller said Tuesday on CNBC.
Yale professor, Robert Shiller shares his perspective on whether the U.S. is in the midst of a "late great depression" and how temporarily raising taxes could help stimulate economic recovery.
The credit crisis was partly caused by poor financial advice, and more genuinely independent financial advisers could help avert another crisis, according to renowned economist Robert Shiller.
The long-term bull market for bonds will turn bearish soon as historical stock market trends repeat themselves, an economist told CNBC Tuesday.