Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge
Christopher Rauh is a Lecturer at the Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of Trinity College. His research focuses on social inequality and intergenerational mobility, particularly how inequalities develop in the first place, and continue to affect lives as people affected by them grow up. His focus is currently on how educational inequality leads to broader societal inequality, and whether early-childhood development impacts on intergenerational mobility.
Christopher holds a PhD in Economics from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain. He has also studied with the University of Applied Sciences at Aachen, Curtin University in Perth, and Université Paris I Panthéon at Sorbonne. He was a Research Associate at the INET Institute at the Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge, and an Assistant Professor at University of Montreal. He worked as an Analyst for Spanish company Neo Metrics, and has taught courses on Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics, and Corporate Finance.