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Table 4 Logit regression results, Pr (Exit from unemployment), UI INELIGIBLE, marginal effects of 10 additional UI weeks

From: Recent extensions of U.S. unemployment benefits: search responses in alternative labor market states

  (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
  Panel A: Single UI weeks variable
  2007-11 2000-04
UI variables         
Potential benefit duration (PBD) 0.000573 (0.00486) 0.000943 (0.00505) 0.00105 (0.00480) 0.00446 (0.00597) 0.00313 (0.00728) 0.00243 (0.00689) 0.000739 (0.00718) 0.00327 (0.00719)
  Panel B: Separate effects of UI weeks for unemployment duration >= or < 26 weeks
  2007-11 2000-04
PBD (dur >=26) −0.00578 (0.00499) −0.00445 (0.00520) −0.00102 (0.00482) 0.00220 (0.00633) 0.02l6** (0.00825) 0.0l76* (0.00781) −0.000962 (0.00953) 0.00101 (0.00945)
PBD (dur<26) 0.00631 (0.00504) 0.00574 (0.00514) 0.00259 (0.00498) 0.00601 (0.00589) 0.00905 (0.00815) 0.00732 (0.00767) 0.00122 (0.00705) 0.00393 (0.00706)
Additional controls:         
State/time Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Individual characteristics N Y Y Y N Y Y Y
Unemployment duration N N Y Y N N Y Y
State unemp. & emp. growth (cubics) N N N Y N N N Y
Observations 50,141 50,141 50,141 50,141 40,129 40,129 40,129 40,129
  1. Standard errors in parentheses (clustered by state). **p<0.01, *p<0.05.
  2. Notes: Numbers are transformed logit coefficients, expressed as marginal effects on the probability of observing an unemployment exit. See text for the complete list of additional controls.