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Table 31 Summary statistics for pre-announcement dependent variables (Trimmed sample with 0.2–0.8 propensity score)

From: The effect of non-contributory pensions on labour supply and private income transfers: evidence from Singapore

  Aged 56 to 63 in 2016  
Expected SS Did not
N 1 Mean SD N 1 Mean SD
Rcv private cash trf2 7875 0.33 0.47 7633 0.31 0.46
Amount received2,3 7857 231.35 461.00 7621 242.54 504.07
Give private cash trf2 7814 0.29 0.45 7569 0.30 0.46
Amount given2,3 7809 122.02 354.73 7562 149.46 416.81
Rcv income from work 8869 0.70 0.46 8625 0.71 0.45
Amount of income3 8839 1951 2514 8594 2393 3057
Prob of working full-time after age 62 1965 48.45 34.68 1928 46.78 35.22
Prob of working full-time after age 65 2174 37.68 33.48 2151 34.91 33.51
Prob of working full-time after age 70 2171 22.27 29.04 2149 18.91 28.07
Total expenditure2 8784 2835 3686 8537 3198 3545
Durables2,3 8822 164 618 8569 183 630
Durables subset2,3 8822 100 490 8569 101 473
Non-durables2 8784 2671 3444 8537 3015 3362
  1. Notes:
  2. 1N refers to the number of observations at the respondent-wave level
  3. 2These variables are reported at the couple level (respondent and spouse if respondent is married)
  4. 3These variables include observations with zero values, e.g. if respondent did not receive any income from work, amount of income will be recorded as 0