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Dr. David Mundel

Independent Consultant

Pell Institute

HQ Phone: (202) 638-2887

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Pell Institute

1025 Vermont Avenue, N.W. Suite 1020

Washington D.C., District of Columbia 20005

United States

Company Description

The Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education is dedicated to providing policymakers and practitioners with useful information and resources in a user-friendly and accessible format. Thus, we will provide developed fact sheets on sev ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Special Assistant

CBO

Associate Professor of Public Policy

Harvard University

Affiliations

Junior Fellow
Society of Fellows at Harvard University

Board Member
RealBenefits Inc

Education

Ph.D.

Political Science and Economics

MIT

Ph.D.

Political Science and Economics

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

degrees

Physics and Political Science

MIT

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The Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education — 28th Annual SFARN Conference, Speaker Biographies

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David Mundel graduated from MIT with degrees in Physics and Political Science and received his Ph.D. from MIT, in Political Science and Economics. During his graduate studies, Dr. Mundel was a Junior Fellow in the Society of Fellows at Harvard University. During his academic career, Dr. Mundel's research and consulting work focused on the design and evaluation of access-oriented higher education policies and programs.

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Dr. Mundel served as a consultant to the Executive Office of the President during the Johnson and Nixon administrations, where he was a principal participant in the process that resulted in the passage and implementation of the Pell Grant Program during the early 1970's. Subsequently, he joined the Congressional Budget Office, where he created and directed the division responsible for the analysis of education, labor, health, and welfare policies and budgets. During the last several years, Dr. Mundel has been an independent consultant, serving both not-for-profit organizations and for-profit companies. His higher education research has focused on assessing the potential role of marketing, recruiting and student aid program redesign in improving the efficacy of access-oriented, public policies. His recent publications include: "What do we know about the impact of grants to college students? (in Baum, McPherson, and Steele, editors, "The Effectiveness of Student Aid Policies: What the Research Tells Us", College Board. 2008) and "Do Increases in Pell and Other Grant Awards Increase College-Going among Lower Income High School Graduates? (Brookings 2008).


SFARN CONFERENCE / The Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education

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David Mundel is an independent consultant whose research focuses on assessing the potential role of marketing, recruiting and student aid program redesign in improving the efficacy of access-oriented public policies, and the impact of changing net prices on college-going among lower income high school graduates. Previously, as an Associate Professor of Public Policy at the Kennedy School of Government, Dr. Mundel's work focused on the design and evaluation of access-oriented higher education policies and programs. His research papers included one of the earliest econometric studies of the determinants of college-going and college choice, An Empirical Investigation of Factors which Influence College-Going Behaviors. In addition Dr. Mundel was a consultant to the Executive Office of the President in the Johnson and Nixon administrations, where he was a principal contributor to a 1969 report to the President, Toward a Long-Range Plan for Federal Financial Support for Higher Education, and a participant in the public policy process that resulted in the passage and implementation of the Pell Grant Program. Dr. Mundel graduated from MIT with degrees in Physics and Political Science and received his Ph.D. from MIT in Political Science and Economics.


The Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education

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David Mundel, an independent consultant to both for-profit corporations and not-for-profit organizations. His work focuses on information technology product and services strategy (particularly to support physicians and customer service personnel) and student aid policy. Dr. Mundel received his Ph.D. in Political Science and Economics from MIT, following the completion of his dissertation, Federal Aid to Higher Education and the Poor. Dr. Mundel was also a Junior Fellow in the Society of Fellows at Harvard University. Following his graduate studies, he was an Associate Professor of Public Policy at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, Assistant Director of the U.S. Congressional Budget Office, and Director of the City of Boston's Neighborhood Development and Employment Administration. Dr. Mundel has extensive experience as a higher education policy researcher and analyst. His work on higher education issues included assignments in the federal government (for the Bureau of the Budget, during both the Johnson and Nixon Administrations), the Department of Health Education and Welfare, and the Congressional Budget Office). His consulting and research engagements have included work with the RAND Corporation, the College Board, and the Brookings Institution. Dr. Mundel recently authored a paper for Brookings- "Expanding the Student Aid Policy Debate - Can the Impact of Student Aid Programs be Increased by Changing Program Design, Operations, and Marketing?


RealBenefits -- Board

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David Mundel

David Mundel is an independent consultant. He has worked with several private corporations and research organizations, including the IBM Corporation's Research Division, the Brookings Institution, and several healthcare services and information technology companies. Dr. Mundel's career has included senior positions in the academic, government, not-for-profit and private sectors. He was formerly an Associate Professor of Public Policy at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, Assistant Director of the U.S. Congressional Budget Office, and Director of the City of Boston's Neighborhood Development and Employment Administration. In addition, he was President of the Boston Forum for Health Care Action and Chief Development Officer of the MIT Center for Genome Research.


As CBO Special Assistant David ...

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As CBO Special Assistant David Mundel recalled in a 1988 case study prepared for Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, "I don't think anybody had the faintest idea what this place would be-if it would be two people, if it would be a group that advised the budget committees only, if it would ever come to exist."

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