Geoffrey A. Jehle began teaching in SIPA's MPA in Economic Policy Management (MPA-EPM) program in 2004.

His early work on the theory of bank regulation received the 1986 Iddo Sarnat Award from the European Finance Association and the Journal of Banking and Finance. Since then his research and writing have ranged widely over microeconomics. In addition to a popular graduate-level text, Advanced Microeconomic Theory, 3e (Pearson 2011), written with co-author Philip J. Reny of the University of Chicago, he has published articles on international trade theory, optimal labor contracts, and income inequality.

Jehle received his PhD from Princeton University in 1983 and is Professor of Economics at Vassar College. He has taught at Princeton University, Yale University, the European Institute of Business Administration (INSEAD), and the Lahore University of Management Science (LUMS). In 2001 he served as Fulbright Senior Scholar at the Universiti Sains Malaysia and, in 2013, as Fulbright Senior Scholar at the Foreign Trade University of Vietnam.