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Research Interests


Labour Economics, Political Economy

Publications


Published Papers

Adams-Prassl, A., Boneva, T., Golin, M. and Rauh, C. Inequality in the Impact of the Coronavirus Shock: Evidence from Real Time Surveys, (2020) Journal of Public Economics, 189
Biroli, P., Boneva, T., Raja, A. and Rauh, C. Parental Beliefs About Returns to Child Health Investments, (2020) Journal of Econometrics
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

Cambridge Working Papers in Economics

Boneva, T., Golin, M. and Rauh, C. Can Perceived Returns Explain Enrollment Gaps in Postgraduate Education?, (2021) CWPE2140
Boneva, T., Kaufmann, K. and Rauh, C. Maternal Labor Supply: Perceived Returns, Constraints, and Social Norms, (2021) CWPE2138
Rauh, C. and Renée, L. Parenting Types, (2021) CWPE2110
Mueller, H. and Rauh, C. The Hard Problem of Prediction for Conflict Prevention, (2021) CWPE2103
Adams-Prassl, A., Boneva, T., Golin, M. and Rauh, C. Furloughing, (2020) CWPE2079

Research Activities


The Gender Gap in Mental Health Widened by Lockdowns
Women, the young, and the less educated have borne the brunt of mental health issues resulting from lockdowns, which has often exacerbated job and earnings losses, according to research by Dr Christopher Rauh
Published on - Friday 30th April 2021

Lockdowns Widen the Gender Gap in Mental Health
Dr. Christopher Rauh has published an article for VOXeu that looks at how women have suffered far more from social distancing measures than men in terms of their mental health.
Published on - Tuesday 27th April 2021

Research Assistant Opportunity for Keynes Fund project on Automation and Political Preferences
Dr Christopher Rauh is looking for a Research Assistant for a duration of 12 months with a start date of May 1st (or sooner) to work on a project funded by the Keynes Fund on automation and political preferences. The work would be suitable for a graduate student. The hours of work are 10 hours per week during term time and 25 hours during the vacation periods.
Published on - Monday 29th March 2021

Can You Predict the Risk of Armed Conflict in the World?
La Vanguardia newspaper has published an article that reports on Dr. Christopher Rauh's new model for forecasting conflict.
Published on - Friday 26th March 2021

Predicting When Conflict Breaks Out: A Hard Problem
Dr Christopher Rauh is proposing a new model for forecasting conflict, which could predict when outbreaks of violence might escalate and spill into armed conflict.
Published on - Thursday 25th March 2021

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

Keynes Fund Sponsored Projects


Rauh, C., The Impact of Automation and Fears of Job Displacement on Political Preferences (JHUQ)

COVID-19 Economic Research


Special Features: COVID-19 and the Effect on Workers
Work Tasks That Can Be Done From Home
Furloughing

Teaching


PIIB Paper 6 - Lent - Introduction to Corporate Finance
MPhil - E100 Microeconomics
MPhil - S301 Applied Econometrics
MPhil F300 - Corporate Finance

PhD Students


Supervisor

Vivek Roy-Chowdhury
PhD Title:
Research: Topics in Political Economics

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
Office Hours: By appointment