Garten, Jeffrey E.
GARTEN, Jeffrey E.
GARTEN, Jeffrey E. American, b. 1946. Genres: Business/Trade/Industry. Career: Wall Street, thirteen years, including time with Lehman Brothers, Kuhn Loeb, and the Blackstone Group; founded the Eliot Group (an investment bank). Served on the White House Council on International Policy during the Nixon administration and on the State Department Policy Planning Staff of Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger and Cyrus Vance. U.S. Government, Undersecretary of Commerce for International Trade, 1993-95; School of Management, Yale University, New Haven, CT, professor and dean, 1995-. Publications: A Cold Peace: America, Japan, Germany, and the Struggle for Supremacy, 1993; (with R.H. Brown) U.S. Industrial Outlook 1994: Forecasts for Selected Manufacturing and Service Industries, 1994; The Big Ten: The Big Emerging Markets and How They Will Change Our Lives, 1997; The Mind of the CEO, 2000. Author of articles for periodicals. Address: c/o Yale University, 56 Hillhouse Ave., Room 104, New Haven, CT 06511-3704, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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