Jeremy Siegel – world-renowned economist, Wharton professor emeritus of finance, and author of the seminal book, Stocks for the Long Run – is known for his forward-thinking expertise on financial markets and frequent appearances on news outlets like CNN, CNBC, and NPR. In this thoughtful conversation with Wharton Dean Erika James, Siegel takes a step back to reflect on his life, career, and how the industry has changed, starting from his early passion for numbers and teaching, all the way through his 50-plus years in academia.

The talk is part of the series, “What I’ve Learned,” which puts the spotlight on Wharton faculty who have made a lasting impact on their fields. Watch the video for the full conversation.