Amber Peterman mainly investigates Domestic violence, Developing country, Economic growth, Demography and MEDLINE. She combines subjects such as Reporting bias and Gerontology with her study of Developing country. When carried out as part of a general Economic growth research project, her work on Gender analysis is frequently linked to work in Empirical evidence, Land tenure and Interpretation, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Her Gender analysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Natural resource and Social capital. Amber Peterman interconnects Developmental psychology, Fertility, Teen pregnancy and Cross-cultural studies in the investigation of issues within Demography. Her work in MEDLINE is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Psychiatry.
Amber Peterman mainly focuses on Economic growth, Domestic violence, Cash transfers, Developing country and Empowerment. Amber Peterman focuses mostly in the field of Economic growth, narrowing it down to topics relating to Gender equality and, in certain cases, Interview. Her Cash transfers research integrates issues from Government, Development economics and Demographic economics.
The various areas that Amber Peterman examines in her Developing country study include Fertility, Health care, Welfare and Gender analysis. Her study in the fields of Women's empowerment under the domain of Empowerment overlaps with other disciplines such as Qualitative research. As a part of the same scientific family, Amber Peterman mostly works in the field of Demography, focusing on Sexual violence and, on occasion, Public health, Occupational safety and health and Social issues.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Domestic violence, Poverty, Cash transfers, Social protection and Demographic economics. Her Domestic violence study is concerned with the larger field of Suicide prevention. Her Poverty study contributes to a more complete understanding of Economic growth.
Her work in the fields of Microfinance overlaps with other areas such as Loan. Her Social protection research incorporates themes from Low and middle income countries, Forced migration and Public economics. Her Demographic economics research includes elements of Economic security and Program evaluation.
Amber Peterman spends much of her time researching Domestic violence, Cash transfers, Psychological intervention, Social psychology and Psychiatry. Her Domestic violence study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Suicide prevention. The concepts of her Cash transfers study are interwoven with issues in Government, Public expenditure, Stipend and Demographic economics.
Her work deals with themes such as Economic growth and Development economics, which intersect with Government. The Psychological intervention study which covers Mental health that intersects with Environmental health. Her Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Autonomy and Women's empowerment.
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The Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index
Sabina Alkire;Ruth Meinzen-Dick;Amber Peterman;Agnes R. Quisumbing.
World Development (2013)
Estimates and Determinants of Sexual Violence Against Women in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Amber Peterman;Tia M. Palermo;Caryn Bredenkamp.
American Journal of Public Health (2011)
Pandemics and Violence Against Women and Children
Amber Peterman;Alina Potts;Megan O'Donnell;Kelly Thompson.
Research Papers in Economics (2020)
Understanding the complexities surrounding gender differences in agricultural productivity in Nigeria and Uganda
Amber Peterman;Agnes Quisumbing;Julia Andrea Behrman;Ephraim Nkonya.
Journal of Development Studies (2011)
A Review of Empirical Evidence on Gender Differences in Nonland Agricultural Inputs, Technology, and Services in Developing Countries
Amber Peterman;Julia Andrea Behrman;Agnes R. Quisumbing.
Research Papers in Economics (2014)
Tip of the iceberg: reporting and gender-based violence in developing countries
Tia Palermo;Jennifer Bleck;Amber Peterman.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2014)
Gender inequalities in ownership and control of land in Africa: myth and reality
Cheryl Doss;Chiara Kovarik;Amber Peterman;Agnes R. Quisumbing.
Agricultural Economics (2015)
COVID-19: Reducing the risk of infection might increase the risk of intimate partner violence.
N. van Gelder;A. Peterman;A. Peterman;A. Potts;M. O'Donnell.
The Effect of Cash, Vouchers, and Food Transfers on Intimate Partner Violence: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment in Northern Ecuador
Melissa Hidrobo;Amber Peterman;Lori Heise.
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics (2016)
Cash, Food, or Vouchers? Evidence from a randomized experiment in Northern Ecuador
Melissa Hidrobo;John Hoddinott;Amber Peterman;Amy Margolies.
Journal of Development Economics (2014)
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