Jeffrey E. Garten, known as Dean Emeritus due to his teaching position at Yale School of Management, serves on a number of philanthropic and corporate boards. The global economy is the subject he teaches at Yale. Jeffrey used to work on Wall Street for Blackstone and Lehman Brothers before becoming a teacher.
|Celebrated Name:||Jeffrey Garten|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Jeffrey E. Garten|
|Age:||75 years old|
|Birth Date:||29 October 1946|
|Birth Place:||United States|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Ina Garten (m. 1968)|
|Profession:||Author, Dean Emeritus at the Yale School of Management, where he teaches a variety of courses on the global economy|
|Net Worth in 2022:||$120 million|
|Last Updated:||June 2022|
Jeffrey Garten Biography
Jeffrey Garten was born in 1946 into a Jewish family. Ruth Garten and Melvin Garten are his parents. His father was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross in 1953 for his service during World War II. Jeffrey also has a brother named Allan Garten, who is now a retired federal prosecutor and lives in Portland.
Jeffrey Garten graduated from Dartmouth College with a BA degree in 1968, then went on to earn his master’s degree in 1972 and his Ph.D. in 1980 from John Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies. Jeffrey served in the United States Army from 1968 to 1972. In 1971, he joined the Riya Thai Army as an advisor. He also served as a Lieutenant in the 82nd Airborne Division.
Jeffrey has also held economic and foreign policy positions in the administrations of Ford, Carter, and Nixon. He then went to Wall Street to work for the Blackstone Group and Lehman Brothers. Jeffrey had also lived in Tokyo to expand and direct the Asian investment banking for the firm where he had previously worked on Wall Street. Jeffrey Garten married Ina Rosenberg, who hosted Barefoot Contessa for Food Network and won three Emmy awards for it, in 1968.
Jeffrey Garten Age, Height, Weight
Jeffrey Garten was born on October 29, 1946, and is 75 years old as of 2022. He stands 1.60m tall and weighs 76 kg.
Jeffrey Garten is a highly effective professor at Yale School of Management, where he teaches a variety of subjects such as The Future of Global Finance, Managing Global Catastrophes, Leading a Global Company, Wall Street and Washington, Politics, Markets, and Policies, and Understanding Global Financial Centers. He has written several books, including A Cold Peace, America, Japan, Germany, and the Struggle for Supremacy, which was published in 1992, and The Big Ten, The Big Emerging Markets and How They Will Change Our Lives, which was published in 1997. His other books include The CEO’s Mind and From Silk to Silicon.
Jeffrey served as Dean of the Yale School of Management from 1996 to 2005. Jeffrey was later named the Juan Trippe Professor, a position he held from 2005 to 2015. As the Juan Trippe professor, he used to teach finance, international trade, and business. He used to write columns for Business Week as well. Jeffrey Greene worked as an Undersecretary of Commerce for International Trade in the Clinton administration for two years, from 1993 to 1995.
Jeffrey Garten Achievements and awards
Jeffrey Garten is a well-known Yale School of Management professor who currently serves as Dean Emeritus. He has also made contributions to the United States Army. Jeffrey is the author of five well-known books.
Jeffrey Garten’s Net Worth in 2022
Jeffrey Garten’s net worth is estimated to be around $120 million as of June 2022. He is a successful author as well as a well-known Yale School of Management professor. He also served as the managing director of Lehman Brothers.
Jeffrey Garten is a highly educated individual who worked on Wall Street for Lehman Brothers before becoming a professor at Yale School of Management. He’s also a veteran of the United States Army.