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Table 9 Job separation probability

From: The impact of Syrian refugees on natives’ labor market outcomes in Turkey: evidence from a quasi-experimental design

Job separation probability
Variable Total Total Men Women Low Ed. High Ed.
Refugee effect (R×T) 0.0012 0.0011 0.0007 0.0030 0.0032 −0.0014
  (0.0027) (0.0027) (0.0031) (0.0058) (0.0034) (0.0046)
Log trade vol. No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Year fixed effects Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Region fixed effects Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Other Controls Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Intercept 0.1143*** 0.1011 0.0171 0.1772 0.0908 −0.3002
  (0.0193) (0.1369) (0.1547) (0.2860) (0.1714) (0.3540)
R 2 0.031 0.031 0.025 0.070 0.027 0.046
# of obs. 137,496 137,496 101,017 36,479 94,169 43,327
Sample means 0.0736 0.0736 0.0675 0.0906 0.0792 0.0615
  1. ***, **, and * refer to 1, 5, and 10% significance levels, respectively. Robust standard errors are reported in parentheses. Job separation probability is defined as the fraction of currently non-employed workers among those who were employed exactly one year ago. Sample is restricted to the age group 15–64. Controls include: gender, marital status, age dummies, education dummies, a full set of age-education interactions, and urban versus rural area dummy. High education refers to high school degree and above. Low education refers to high school dropouts and below