Pierre-Henri Bono is an econometrician specialising in the evaluation of public policies in the urban field. He joined the CEVIPOF team at Sciences Po Paris in April 2018 to reinforce the quantitative skills of the laboratory. Prior to joining CEVIPOF, he spent 5 years at LIEPP-Sciences Po, where he was responsible for a twofold research project linking LIEPP and the Société du Grand Paris. Pierre-Henri began his career at the Group of research in quantitative economics of Aix-Marseille (GREQAM) where he obtained his doctorate supervised by Russell Davidson and Alain Trannoy.
His research has led him to evaluate various French public policies concerning the housing market. As some of the policies do not fit existing traditional evaluation methods, he developed new methods of identification. More recently he analysed the relationship between Metro-type transport systems and international attractiveness. This work has enabled him to develop a global footprint database of a lot of information on the major urban areas of the planet.