Jerry Green (economist)

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Born (1946-12-15) December 15, 1946 (age 76)
InstitutionHarvard University
Alma materUniversity of Rochester
Lionel W. McKenzie
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Jerry Green is John Leverett Professor in the University and the David A. Wells Professor of Political Economy at Harvard University. He is known for his research in economic theory, as well as writing the most commonly used microeconomic theory textbook for graduate school with Andreu Mas-Colell and Michael Whinston.[1]. He is a Senior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows and a fellow of the Econometric Society. [2][3]


Green received his Bachelor's degree from the University of Rochester in 1967 and his Ph.D. in economics in 1970, when he was only 24 years old. He then joined Harvard's economics faculty and stayed at the school to this day. He was Harvard's Provost from 1992-1994 and chaired the economics department from 1984-1987. [4] He frequently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in microeconomic theory and is a recipient of the J. Kenneth Galbraith Prize for excellence in teaching. [5][4]


  1. Johansson, Dan (2013-09-19). "Economics Without Entrepreneurship or Institutions: A Vocabulary Analysis of Graduate Textbooks". Rochester, NY. {{cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  2. "Jerry R. Green - Faculty & Research - Harvard Business School". Retrieved 2021-12-19.
  3. "Fellows | The Econometric Society". Retrieved 2021-12-19.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Department of Economics : University of Rochester". Retrieved 2021-12-19.
  5. "Archived Harvard University Online Course Catalogs (A-Cats)". Harvard Library. Retrieved 2021-12-19.

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