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Table 2 Equations for labor supply preferences by gender and type of household

From: Women’s and men’s responses to in-work benefits: the influence of children

  Married/Cohabitated without children Married/Cohabitated with children
Variables PE SE PE SE
Women     
 Constant 14.502* (1.359) 10.608* (1.198)
 Age/10 -0.106 (0.459) 1.890 (0.996)
Educational level (CG: lower)     
 Medium (high school) 1.729 (1.608) 5.277* (1.868)
 Higher (university) 2.780 (1.761) 7.950* (2.152)
Stockholm’s region 0.668 (1.543) 0.504 (1,382)
Swedish born 4.223 (1.681) 6.167* (1,546)
Number of children, 1–5 years old    −4.377* (0.986)
Men     
Constant 22.490* (3.217) 33.933* (2.333)
Age/10 −0.642 (0.514) −2.067* (0.793)
Educational level (CG: lower)     
 Medium (high school) −0.956 (1.705) 3.043* (1.419)
 Higher (university) 0.146 (1.888) 1.869 (1.546)
Stockholm’s region −0.566 (1.476) 0.372 (1.331)
Swedish born 2.738 (1.738) 5.111* (1.261)
Number of children, 1–5 years old    −2.551* (0.797)
  1. Note: *stands for statistical significance at the 5 percent level or better