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Pierre-Henri Bono is an econometrician specialized in public policy evaluation in the field of housing policy.
Hiroko’s post-doctoral research is on men’s involvement in elderly care for their family members, with her research project at Sciences Po on ‘Life Risks of Male Family Caregivers: Balancing Long-Term Care, Work and Well-Being in France and Japan’, which is fully-funded by The AXA Research Fund. Hiroko’s PhD, at University of Cambridge, was on masculinity and family relations based on social anthropological approaches. She previously earned an M.A. at Harvard University, an MSc at University of Oxford. Before embarking academia, she had worked as a broadcaster for TV stations in Japan, including a major channel NHK in Tokyo. Her publications include ‘Grandfathering in Contemporary Japan: Altruistic and Self-Serving Means to Happiness’ in Wolfram Manzenreiter & Barbara Holthus (eds.), Happiness and Good Life in Japan, London: Routledge (2017), and ‘Caring for My Wife’s Parents? Reconciling Practices, Masculinity and Family Relations’, Intersection: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific (forthcoming 2017).
Post-doctoral Research Fellow
Sonja Avlijaš is a post-doctoral research fellow at LIEPP since October 2016. She defended her PhD in political economy at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in December 2015. Sonja’s research focuses on how the experience of post-socialist transition in Eastern Europe can help us to understand the evolution of capitalist political economies in the era of globalisation. Her PhD thesis examined how the type of economic development strategy a country pursues shapes women’s labour market opportunities. At LIEPP, she assists Prof. Bruno Palier on projects focusing on the interactions between the welfare state and the new economy. She also conducts her own research on the politics of social investment.
Marine Bourgeois a soutenu sa thèse, intitulée « Tris et sélections des populations dans le logement social. Une ethnographie comparée de trois villes françaises », le 24 avril 2017. Le jury était composé de Pierre-Yves Baudot (Université de Picardie-Jules Vernes), Olivier Borraz, président (Sciences Po, CSO, CNRS), Renaud Epstein (Sciences Po Saint-Germain-en-Laye), Patrick Le Galès, directeur de recherche (Sciences Po, CEE, CNRS), Valérie Sala Pala, rapporteure (Université Jean Monnet Saint-Etienne) et Alexis Spire, rapporteur (IRIS, EHESS, CNRS).
Sociologist at the Catholic University of Milan.
Gianluca Argentin is a sociologist and policy evaluator. His main research interests are the teaching force, inequalities in education and impact evaluation. Currently he is Assistant Professor at the Catholic University of Milan, in the Department of Sociology. He coordinates several impact evaluation projects, principally randomized controlled trials in the field of education.