Raimundo Krishna Esteva
Business Analyst for Management Consultancy and former Research Assistant, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Areas of Expertise & Civic InvolvementsEsteva has a background in economics and mathematics with a focus on education and civic engagement. He has served on the Department of Education Advisory Board to the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education and served President Obama’s first election campaign.
"The Economics of BA Ambivalence: The Case of California Higher Education," (with Frank Levy and Alan Benson), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, August 31, 2013.
Estimates individuals’ and society’s economic returns to a bachelor’s degree and evaluates the quality of beginning a bachelor's degree program as an investment.
Raimundo Krishna Esteva's research on the worth of a bachelor's degree (with Alan Benson and Frank Levy) discussed in Scott Carlson, "Is College Worth It? Two New Reports Say Yes (Mostly)," Chronicle of Higher Education, November 4, 2013.