Carlos X. Lastra-Anadón is a PhD candidate in Government and Social Policy at Harvard University. Prior to this, he worked as a consultant, specializing in public education system reform, at McKinsey and Company. His scholarly work so far has focused on the effects of different organizational structures of education systems, the enduring effects on outcomes of differences between urban, suburban and rural districts, as well as the effect of the Great Recession on attitudes towards education policy. He is a fellow of the Tobin Project, Harvard’s Inequality and Social Policy Program and Spain’s Ramón Areces Foundation.
Guest Lecturer Carlos Lastra-Anadon explores the elusive quest for jobs in the 21st century with regards to education, technology and trade in this week's EPIIC colloquium