Christoph Kronenberg, Ph.D.
Christoph Kronenberg is a PostDoc and the deputy head of the junior research group EACH at the health economics research center CINCH. He studied health economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam and the University of York. Before coming to CINCH, Christoph worked as a research fellow at the Centre for Health Economics at the University of York. His research interests are focused in the field of empirical health economics, especially on mental health care organization, individual health behaviors (specifically suicides) and a growing interest in the economic consequences and side effects of the ageing societies.
- Kronenberg, C. and Böhnke, J. (2019) How did the 2008-11 financial crisis affect work-related common mental distress? Evidence from 393 workplaces in Great Britain. Economics and Human Biology
- Jacobs, R., Aylott, L., Doran, T., Gilbody, S., Goddard, M., Gravelle, H., Gutacker, N., Kasteridis, P., Kendrick, T., Ride, J., Kronenberg, C. and Mason, A., (2018) Association between incentivised primary care and hospital utilisation for people with serious mental illness: Analysis of linked longitudinal primary and secondary care records, BMJ Open
- Kronenberg, C., Jacobs, R., Zucchelli, E. (2017) The impact of the UK National Minimum Wage on mental health, SSM - Population Health
- Kronenberg, C., Doran, T., Goddard, M., Kendrick, T., Gilbody, S., Dare, C.R., Aylott, L. and Jacobs, R. (2017) Identifying primary care quality indicators for people with serious mental illness: a systematic review. British Journal of General Practice
- Kronenberg, C. and Barros, P.P. (2014) Catastrophic healthcare expenditure–drivers and protection: the Portuguese case. Health Policy
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