His academic research is concentrated in the intersection of the digital economy, labor markets, and human flourishing with a special focus on understanding how individuals accumulate skills over their careers and the effects of policies on the incentives to learn.
In addition to his academic research, Christos publishes frequently in the media, including Fox News, Real Clear Policy, The Hill, and Quillette. He also writes a column for Forbes.
Christos has served on the White House Council of Economic Advisers and currently serves as a senior research adviser for the National Artificial Intelligence Institute in the Department of Veterans Affairs. He is also a research professor at Arizona State University, a senior adviser at Gallup, a digital fellow in the Initiative on the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, a non-resident fellow at the Institute for Religious Studies at Baylor University, and a visiting fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.