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Hongbo Wang Director of the Center for Applied Economic Research Department of Economics and Legal Studies in Business 410B Business Building Stillwater Campus 405-744-1122 (Phone)

Education

Ph D, Oklahoma State UniversityEconomics2015
MBA, Oklahoma City UniversityInternational Business and Finance2003
BA, Tianjin University of finance and EconomicsAccounting2000

Publications

Dan Rickman, Hongbo Wang & John Winters. (2017). "Relative Teacher Salaries and the Decision to Teach". Contemporary Economic Policy. 35 (3), 542-550.

Dan Rickman, Hongbo Wang, John Winters. "Adjusting State Public School Teacher Salaries for Interstate Comparison". Public Finance Review. (Forthcoming).

Dan Rickman & Hongbo Wang. (2017). "U.S. Regional Population Growth 2000-2010: Natural Amenities or Urban Agglomeration?". Papers in Regional Science. 96 (S1), S69-S90.

Dan Rickman, Hongbo Wang & John Winters. (2017). "Is Shale Development Drilling Holes in the Human Capital Pipeline?". Energy Economics. 62, 283-290.

Hongbo Wang. (2016). "Do Mandatory U.S. State Renewable Portfolio Standards Increase Electricity Prices". Growth and Change. 47 (2), 157-174.

Hongbo Wang. (2016). "The Texas Economic Model, Miracle or Mirage? A Spatial Hedonic Analysis". Annals of Regional Science . 56 (2), 393-417.

Awards and Honors

Distinguished Graduate Fellowship (2014)
Watson Doctoral Fellows (2014)
Distinguished Graduate Fellowship (2011)

Presentations Given

Determinants of Regional Growth in China for 1999-2013: An Integrative Analysis
63rd North American Regional Science Conference
Regional Science Association International
Minneapolis, MN - November 12 2016

Oklahoma Economic Outlook 2016
55th Annual Meetings
Southern Regional Science Association
Washington, D.C. - March 31 2016

Regional Housing Supply Elasticity in China 1999-2013: A Spatial Equilibrium Analysis
55th Annual Meetings
Western Regional Science Association
Waikoloa Village, HI - February 15 2016

State of Oklahoma County Employment Forecasts
2016 Oklahoma Economic Outlook Conference
Oklahoma City, OK - December  2015

The Recent Boom in Energy Production and Educational Attainment
62nd Annual Meetings of North American Regional Science Council
Portland, OR - November  2015

Causes and Effects of Regional Housing Price Growth: A Spatial Equilibrium Growth Model Perspective
4th International Workshop on Regional, Urban, and Spatial Economics in China
Beijing, China - June  2015

Does the Texas Economy Outperform Oklahoma’s? A Spatial Hedonic Analysis
54th Annual Meeting of Southern Regional Science Association
Mobile, AL - March  2015

Fully Adjusting State Public School Teacher Salaries for Comparison
54th Annual Meetings
Southern Regional Science Association
Mobile, AL - March 27 2015

U.S. Regional Population Growth 2000-2010: A Microdata Spatial Equilibrium Decomposition
54th Annual Meetings
Southern Regional Science Association
Mobile, AL - March 27 2015

Do Salaries Affect Retention of Teachers in Public Schools
2015 Oklahoma Economic Outlook Conference
Oklahoma City, OK - December  2014

Adjusted State Teacher Salaries, Professional Tenure and Migration
61st Annual Meetings of North American Regional Science Council
Washington, DC - November  2014

Do Mandatory U.S. State Renewable Portfolio Standards Increase Electricity Prices
53th Annual Meetings of Southern Regional Science Association
San Antonio, TX - March  2014

Will Mandatory RPS Increase Electricity Prices
Missouri Valley Economic Association 50th Annual Meeting
Kansas City, MO - October  2013