Jeremy Siegel Keynote Speaker
- Leading Expert on Eeconomy and Financial Markets and the Inspiration behind Siegel's Paradox
- Russell E. Palmer Professor of Finance - Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
- Author of "The Future for Investors" and "Stocks for the Long Run"
Jeremy Siegel's Biography
Jeremy Siegel is a leading economist and Professor who has taught for over four decades. He is an internationally recognized expert on financial markets and economies, and his expertise and commentaries are highly sought-after as a keynote speaker.
Jeremy joined the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1976 as a Professor of Finance and was appointed the Russell E. Palmer Emeritus Professor of Finance in 1998. With a keen interest in macroeconomics, long-run asset returns, financial markets and demographics, his research has helped shape how economists think about vital monetary concepts.
Before joining Wharton, Jeremy held a professorship position at the University of Chicago. He also has prestigious positions at institutions such as the Securities Industry Association Institute as an Academic Director and Wisdom Tree Investments as a Senior Investment Strategy Advisor. He’s also on the board of Zeneca and the Investment Advisory Committee.
With a stellar reputation as one of the most insightful minds in his field, Jeremy is a frequent contributor to Yahoo Finance and Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. His work has been featured in top academic journals, such as the Quarterly Journal of Economics, the Journal of Finance, the American Economic Review, Financial Management and the Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking. He is often requested to provide expert commentary in media outlets, including NPR, CNN, and CNBC.
Jeremy is an accomplished author whose books boast titles such as The Future for Investors (2005), Stocks for the Long Run (1998), and Revolution on Wall Street (1993). He uses these books to share his investing advice, theories and predictions.
As an accomplished teacher, Jeremy has won numerous awards for his ability to engage and inspire students. He holds the Best Business School Professor award, the Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award for outstanding MBA teaching, and the Lindback outstanding university teaching Award.
Jeremy is considered one of the most brilliant minds in economics and financial markets. He is a highly respected member of the academic community, and his work and speaking engagements will continue to be influential for years to come.