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Research Interests


Labour Economics, Political Economy

Publications


Published Papers

Belfield, C., Boneva, T., Rauh, C. and Shaw, J. What Drives Enrollment Gaps in Further Education? The Role of Beliefs in Sequential Schooling Decisions, (2019) Economica
Mueller, H. and Rauh, C. Reading Between the Lines: Prediction of Political Violence Using Newspaper Text, (2018) American Political Science Review, 112(2), 358-375
Boneva, T. and Rauh, C. Parental Beliefs about Returns to Educational Investments - The Later the Better?, (2018) Journal of the European Economic Association, 16(6), 1669–1711
Aidt, T. S. and Rauh, C. The Big Five personality traits and partisanship in England, (2018) Electoral Studies, 54, 1-21
Rauh, C. Voting, Education, and the Great Gatsby Curve, (2017) Journal of Public Economics, 146, 1-14

Cambridge Working Papers in Economics

Aidt, T., Rauh, C. The Rise of the “No Party” in England, (2019) CWPE1977
Mueller, H. and Rauh, C. Reading Between the Lines: Prediction of Political Violence Using Newspaper Text, (2016) CWPE1630
Ramachandran, R. and Rauh, C. Discrimination Without Taste - How Discrimination can Spillover and Persist, (2014) CWPE1466

Research Activities


Economic Journal Editorial Board
Dr. Christopher Rauh has been appointed to the Economic Journal's board as Associate Editor.
Published on - Tuesday 1st January 2019

Why We Fail to Prevent Civil Wars
Dr. Christopher Rauh and Hannes Mueller have written an article for VoxEU on "Why We Fail to Prevent Civil Wars: A Forecaster’s Perspective".
Published on - Friday 28th October 2016

Christopher Rauh's research featured in Voxeu
"Why we fail to prevent civil wars: A forecaster's perspective", is a joint paper between Hannes Mueller and Christopher Rauh. Voxeu spoke to them about their research.
Published on - Wednesday 19th October 2016

Press Articles


Bloomberg: Incarceration, unemployment, and the black–white marriage gap in the US
Voxeu: Incarceration, unemployment, and the black–white marriage gap in the US
Forbes: Parental Beliefs about Returns to Different Types of Investments in School Children
Evening Standard: Parental Beliefs about Returns to Different Types of Investments in School Children

Teaching


PIIB Paper 6 - Lent - Introduction to Corporate Finance
MPhil - S301 Applied Econometrics

Christopher Rauh












University Lecturer

Research Group:
Macroeconomics
Empirical Microeconomics

CV: Curriculum Vitae

Personal Site:
http://sites.google.com/site/econrauh/



Contact Details
Email: cr542@cam.ac.uk