Chaoling Feng

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Assistant Policy Analyst
Washington Office


Ph.D. candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School; Master in management science, Tsinghua University; Master in environmental management, Paris Institute of Technology


Chaoling Feng is a doctoral student at the Pardee RAND Graduate School and also a RAND Corporation policy analyst. She has conducted research on international development as well as on energy and the environment. Feng has worked on multiple RAND international projects including the master plan for Qatar energy and environment strategy, food security, China Guang Development District Planning and governance, and a Chinese/Indian defense expenditure comparison. She holds a master's degree in management science from Tsinghua University, a post-master from Ecole Nationale Supérieure Des Mines de Paris, and a bachelor's degree in information management and information systems from Northwestern Polytechnic University. Before joining PRGS, Feng was a research analyst in Mission Climat, Caisse Des Depots in France, doing research on climate policy and climate technology transfer in China. She also worked with an NGO and a government agency – the Civil Aviation Administration of China. She has authored several publications in both academic journals and public communication arenas.