Christopher is an Assistant Professor at the University of Cambridge, a Fellow of Trinity College Cambridge, and a Research Affiliate at CEPR. He works with complex datasets and applied methodologies, including machine learning and structural modelling. In a range of projects, he analyzes primary data collected using self-designed surveys in order to study perceived returns to human capital investments. Differences in beliefs can affect important decisions such as how much to invest into ones children, whether to attend university, or whether to work as a parent. Christopher's research is geared at understanding these differences and how they contribute to inequality and intergenerational mobility.
University of Cambridge