Chris Roth

PhD Student, University of Oxford
Post-doctoral researcher, Institute on Behavior & Inequality, Bonn (Starting in 2018)
Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Warwick (Starting in 2019)


Contact: Christopher.Roth[at]economics.ox.ac.uk
Main Research Fields: Psychology and Economics, Applied Microeconomics, Political Economy

Working Papers:


Labor Market Concerns and Support for Immigration (with Ingar Haaland) [Pre-analysis Plan] [Instructions

Can Cash Transfers Prevent Suicides? Experimental Evidence From Indonesia (with Cornelius Christian)  
Revise and Resubmit, Review of Economics and Statistics
Conspicuous Consumption and Peer Effects: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment (2015). [Under Revision]
Previous Version: "Conspicuous Consumption and Peer Effects Among the Poor: Evidence From a Field Experiment" (2014). CSAE Working Paper WPS/2014-29.

Work in Progress:

Do Voters Respond to Information? Evidence From a Natural Field Experiment (with Ernst Fehr and Johannes Haushofer and Julien Senn) [preliminary draft available upon request]

How Strategic Are Political Activists? Evidence From a Natural Field Experiment (with Lukas Hensel and Johannes Hermle and Anselm Rink) [preliminary draft available upon request]

The Causal Effect of Political Activism on Preferences and Beliefs (with Lukas Hensel and Johannes Hermle and Anselm Rink) [data collection completed; draft in preparation]



 








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