Brian S. Feldman

Brian S. Feldman was a researcher-reporter with the Open Markets program at New America. He previously worked for an education technology company in Cleveland, Ohio through Venture for America, an entrepreneurship fellowship centered on regional economies.

His writing has appeared on BBC Future, Matter, and thebrowser.com. He graduated from Washington University St. Louis where he received a dual degree in classics and philosophy-neuroscience-psychology.

All Work

OPEN MARKETS
What's causing the collapse of black-owned businesses?

Kimberly Adams interviewed Brian Feldman for Marketplace about his newest article on the decline of independent black business


OPEN MARKETS
The Decline of Black Business

Brian S. Feldman wrote on the decline of black business for the Washington Monthly.


OPEN MARKETS
How to Really Save Jobs in the Heartland

Brian S. Feldman wrote for the Washington Monthly about how to bring jobs back to the Midwest.


OPEN MARKETS
In Search of the Great American Job

Brian Feldman was interviewed by Al Jazeera about the decline of America's jobs market in communities across the country.


OPEN MARKETS and NEW AMERICA
The Real Reason Middle America Should Be Angry

Brian S. Feldman wrote for the Washington Monthly about the causes of St. Louis' decline.


OPEN MARKETS
Big pharmacies are dismantling the industry that keeps US drug costs even sort-of under control

When a pharmacy owns a PBM, “it’s a sweetheart deal—the two entities no longer have an incentive to negotiate with each other.”


The Challenges of Industrial Clustering

For years, cities have been strategically investing in just one industry. But Brian Feldman writes that current evidence shows the future of