Bo Feng


Bo Feng is Assistant Professor of Economics in the Department of Finance, Economics and International Business at the Lewis College of Business. He is also a veteran economic consultant with years of experience in local economic development and urban planning. His research covers a broad range within urban and regional economics, including state and local public finance, poverty and inequality, education reform and community health issues.

PhD, Ohio State University, 2018
MA, Ohio State University, 2015
MS, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, 2009
BS, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 2007
Partridge, M., Feng, B., & Rembert, M. (2017) Improving climate-change modelling of U.S. migration. American Economic Review, 107(5).
Feng, B., Partridge, M., & Rembert, M. (2018). The perils of modelling how migration responds to climate change. In Blien, Kourtit, Nijkamp and Stough (Eds.). Modelling aging and migration effects on spatial labor markets. Springer.
Risch, C., Feng, B. Karim, M., & Mallick, A. (2019). 2019 consensus forecast of West Virginia coal production through 2040. West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection, July 2019.
Risch, C., Matthews, J., & Feng, B. (2019). Market analysis, A component of the Fairfield Innovation Plan. Camiros, Ltd., July 2019.
Feng, B., & Risch, C. (2019). Assessment of computer-assisted approach in classification of qualitative survey responses. West Virginia Department of Education, May 2019.
Feng, B., Partridge, M., & Perez-Silva, R. (2019). Taking measure of Ohio’s adequacy gap in school funding. C. William Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy Brief, January 2019.
Rembert, M., Betz, M., Feng, B., & Partridge, M. (2017). Taking measure of Ohio’s opioid crisis. C. William Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy Brief, October 2017.
Rembert, M., Feng, B., & Partridge, M. (2017). Connecting the dots of Ohio’s broadband policy. C. William Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy Brief. April 2017.
Rembert, M., Partridge. M., & Feng, B. (2016). Small business and entrepreneurship in Ohio: Promoting prosperity by growing from within. C. William Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy Brief, August 2016.
Rembert, M., Partridge, M., & Feng, B. (2016). School choice in Ohio: Moving from theory to practice. C. William Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy Brief, January 2016.
Cho, C., Partridge, M., & Feng, B. (2015). A report card on rural and urban Ohio. C. William Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy Brief, July 2015.
ECN 250: Principles Microeconomics
ECN 253: Principles Macroeconomics
ECN 415: Regional Economics
Inequalities, Labor markets, Public policy, Regional development, and Regional economy