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Table 5 Multinomial logit regression results, UI ELIGIBLE, separate exit routes: to employment or not in labor force (NILF); 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)
  Panel A: Single UI weeks variable
  2007-11 2000-04
  Exit to employment Exit to NILF Exit to employment Exit to NILF
UI variables     
Potential benefit duration (PBD) −0.00150 (0.00288) −0.00359 (0.00214) −0.00142 (0.00635) −0.00916 (0.00637)
  Panel B: Separate effects for unemployment duration >= or < 26 weeks
  2007-11 2000-04
  Exit to employment Exit to NILF Exit to employment Exit to NILF
PBD (dur>=26) −0.00326 (0.00310) 0.00514* (0.00224) −0.00097 (−0.00614) −0.0175** (0.00605)
PBD (dur<26) −0.00066 (0.00284) −0.00207 (0.00208) −0.00068 (0.00674) −0.00629 (0.00637)
Additional controls     
State/time Y Y Y Y
Individual characteristics Y Y Y Y
Unemployment duration Y Y Y Y
Stateunemp.& emp.growth (cubics) Y Y Y Y
Observations 72,347 72,347 43,167 43,167
  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 and Appendix Table A2 for the complete list of additional controls.