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Research Interests


Labour Economics, Political Economy

Publications


Published Papers

Mueller, H. and Rauh, C. Using Past Violence and Current News to Predict Changes in Violence, (2022) International Interactions
Mueller, H. and Rauh, C. The Hard Problem of Prediction for Conflict Prevention, (2022) Journal of the European Economic Association, forthcoming
Ramachandran, R. and Rauh, C. The Imperium of the Colonial Tongue? Evidence on Language Policy Preferences in Zambia, (2022) Journal of African Economies, 1-29
Adams-Prassl, A., Boneva, T., Golin, M. and Rauh, C. The Impact of the Coronavirus Lockdown on Mental Health: Evidence from the United States, (2022) Economic Policy
Adams-Prassl, A., Boneva, T., Golin, M. and Rauh, C. Work Tasks That Can Be Done From Home: Evidence on Variation Within and Across Occupations and Industries, (2022) Labour Economics, 74

Cambridge Working Papers in Economics

Adams-Prassl, A., Boneva, T., Golin, M. and Rauh, C. Perceived Returns to Job Search, (2022) CWPE2231
Mueller, H., Rauh, C. Using Past Violence and Current News to Predict Changes in Violence, (2022) CWPE2220
Rauh, C. and Santos, M. R. How do transfers and universal basic income impact the labor market and inequality?, (2022) CWPE2208
Fetzer, T. and Rauh, C. Pandemic pressures and public health care: evidence from England, (2022) CWPE2207
Adams-Prassl, A., Boneva, T., Golin, M. and Rauh, C. The Value of Sick Pay, (2021) CWPE2162

Research Activities


Optimistic job applicants driven by pay, not WFH, post-pandemic
Research by Assistant Professor Christopher Rauh, indicates job seekers are more hopeful than they should be, and are wrong in believing there’s not much to be gained from spending more time hunting for a job.
Published on - Monday 23rd May 2022

Predicting Conflict - Sustainable Development Talks
Dr. Christopher Rauh spoke to the NOVAFRICA Sustainable Development Talks series about his research into conflict prediction.
Published on - Monday 23rd May 2022

Video Coming Soon: Decentralized Finance and ESG: Better or Worse?
The Janeway Institute, The Keynes Fund and The Faculty of Economics are co-organising a panel event, "Decentralized Finance and ESG: Better or Worse?". The event will be held on Wednesday 18th May at 5pm-6.30pm BST (UK), in the Bradfield Room, Darwin College, University of Cambridge and livestreamed. Please register your interest asap.
Published on - Tuesday 10th May 2022

Predicting when and where conflict breaks out
Funding by the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office has allowed development of a new model for forecasting conflict, led by Assistant Professor Christopher Rauh.
Published on - Thursday 5th May 2022

Better UK sick pay will help us live with Covid
Dr. Christopher Rauh's research into the value of sick pay, has been mentioned in a Financial Times article.
Published on - Tuesday 1st March 2022

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)
Rauh, C. and Mueller, H., The Economic Consequences of Conflict Risk (JHVO)

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: Applied microeconomics; behavioural economics

Christopher Rauh












University Assistant Professor

Research Group:
Macroeconomics
Empirical Microeconomics

CV: Curriculum Vitae

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



Contact Details
Email: cr542@cam.ac.uk
Room: 22
Office Hours: By appointment