His primary areas of study are Developing country, Demographic economics, Economic growth, Development economics and Poverty. His Developing country study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Labour economics and Environmental health. His Demographic economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Compulsory education, Conditional cash transfer and Internal migration.
His work in the fields of Economic growth, such as Modernization theory, overlaps with other areas such as Natural resource, Political science, Household survey and Beijing. His Development economics research includes elements of Urbanization, Standard of living and State. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Panel data, Per capita, Investment and Instrumental variable.
His primary areas of investigation include Demographic economics, Developing country, Economic growth, Labour economics and Poverty. Demographic economics and Household income are two areas of study in which Alan de Brauw engages in interdisciplinary research. His Developing country research incorporates elements of Production, Biofortification, Welfare and Environmental health.
His study explores the link between Welfare and topics such as Consumption that cross with problems in Food systems. His research in Poverty intersects with topics in International development, Development economics, Standard of living and Per capita. His Development economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Poverty reduction and Food security.
Alan de Brauw mainly investigates Food systems, Environmental health, Demographic economics, Consumption and Socioeconomics. His research investigates the link between Food systems and topics such as Malnutrition that cross with problems in Development economics. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Demographic economics, Wage and Short run is strongly linked to Cash crop.
As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Socioeconomics, focusing on Food security and, on occasion, Safety net. Alan de Brauw undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Vitamin A deficiency and Developing country through his research. As part of the same scientific family, Alan de Brauw usually focuses on Developing country, concentrating on Agricultural economics and intersecting with Cash transfers.
Alan de Brauw focuses on Socioeconomics, Food security, Public economics, Phone and Environmental health. Alan de Brauw combines subjects such as Consumption and Marketing, Consumer behaviour with his study of Food security. The Public economics study combines topics in areas such as Supply chain, Investment and Malnutrition.
His Environmental health study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Biofortification. His studies in Social protection integrate themes in fields like Income Support and Demographic economics. In his works, Alan de Brauw performs multidisciplinary study on Household income and Poverty.
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THE EVOLUTION OF CHINA'S RURAL LABOR MARKETS DURING THE REFORMS
Alan de Brauw;Jikun Huang;Scott Rozelle;Linxiu Zhang.
Research Papers in Economics (2002)
Migration and Incomes in Source Communities: A New Economics of Migration Perspective from China
J. Edward Taylor;Scott Rozelle;Alan de Brauw.
Economic Development and Cultural Change (2003)
Must conditional cash transfer programs be conditioned to be effective? The impact of conditioning transfers on school enrollment in Mexico
Alan de Brauw;John Hoddinott.
Journal of Development Economics (2011)
Migration and Household Investment in Rural China
Alan De Brauw;Scott Rozelle.
China Economic Review (2008)
The Role of Rural–Urban Migration in the Structural Transformation of Sub-Saharan Africa
Alan de Brauw;Valerie Mueller;Hak Lim Lee.
World Development (2014)
Introduction of β-carotene-rich orange sweet potato in rural Uganda resulted in increased vitamin A intakes among children and women and improved vitamin A status among children
Christine Hotz;Cornelia Loechl;Abdelrahman Lubowa;James K. Tumwine.
Journal of Nutrition (2012)
A large-scale intervention to introduce orange sweet potato in rural Mozambique increases vitamin A intakes among children and women
Christine Hotz;Cornelia Loechl;Alan de Brauw;Patrick Eozenou.
British Journal of Nutrition (2012)
The Impact of Bolsa Família on Women’s Decision-Making Power
Alan de Brauw;Daniel O. Gilligan;John Hoddinott;Shalini Roy.
World Development (2014)
Reconciling the Returns to Education in Off-Farm Wage Employment in Rural China
Alan de Brauw;Scott Rozelle.
Review of Development Economics (2007)
Seasonal Migration and Improving Living Standards in Vietnam
Alan de Brauw;Tomoko Harigaya.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2007)
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