- Job Title: Assistant Professor
- Office: CH 258
- Telephone: 304-696-2615
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Division: Finance & Economics
Bo Feng is Assistant Professor of Economics in the Division of Finance, Economics and International Business at the Lewis College of Business. He also serves as the Director of the Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER). His research covers a broad range within urban and regional economics, including state and local public finance, poverty and inequality, education reform and opioid epidemic. As the Director of CBER, he is also deeply involved in research related to local economic development.
Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 2018
M.A., The Ohio State University, 2015
M.S., University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, 2009
B.S., Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 2007
Feng, Bo, Mark Partridge, and Mark Rembert. “The Perils of Modelling How Migration Responds to Climate Change.” In Modelling Aging and Migration Effects on Spatial Labor Markets. Ed. U Blien, Ed. K. Kourtit, Ed. P. Nijkamp, and Ed. R. Stough. New York: Springer, 2018. (Forthcoming)
Partridge, Mark, Bo Feng, and Mark Rembert. “Improving Climate-Change Modelling of U.S. Migration”, American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings). Vol. 107. No. 5. 2017.
Rembert, Mark, Michael Betz, Bo Feng, and Mark Partridge. “Taking Measure of Ohio’s Opioid Crisis”, C. William Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy Brief. 2017.
Rembert, Mark, Bo Feng and Mark Partridge, “Connecting the Dots of Ohio’s Broadband Policy”, C. William Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy Brief. 2017.
Rembert, Mark, Mark Partridge and Bo Feng, “Small Business and Entrepreneurship in Ohio: Promoting Prosperity by Growing from Within”, C. William Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy Brief. 2016.
Rembert, Mark, Mark Partridge, and Bo Feng, “School Choice in Ohio, Moving from Theory to Practice”, C. William Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy Brief. 2016.
Cho, Clare, Mark Partridge, and Bo Feng, “A Reportcard on Rural and Urban Ohio”, C. William Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy Brief. 2015.