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Table 2 Establishment characteristics explaining the incidence of pension claims

From: The efficiency wage effect of employer provided occupational pensions

Dep. var.: occupational pension claims
  (1) (2)
Works council 0.079** 0.061*
  (0.035) (0.032)
Collective bargaining 0.053* 0.039
  (0.029) (0.025)
Administrative laziness -0.204*** -0.148***
  (0.046) (0.044)
East -0.097*** -0.050*
  (0.026) (0.028)
Firm size   
50-99 employees reference
100-249 employees 0.034 0.008
  (0.032) (0.029)
250-499 employees 0.070** 0.041
  (0.036) (0.032)
more than 500 employees 0.103*** 0.073**
  (0.036) (0.033)
Covariates:   
Individual controls no yes
Establishment controls yes yes
Establishments 785 785
Employees 5,024 5,024
  1. Cluster robust standard errors in parentheses (cluster=establishment). Asterisks indicate significance levels: *** p <0.01, ** p <0.05, * p <0.1. The presented estimates are partial effects from weighted linear regressions. Dep. var: indicator that the employee obtains claims for an occupational pension. Individual controls: occupation (30 categories), perceived job security (3 categories), indiv. conditions of work, logarithmic gross wage, bonus payments, a white collar indicator, temporary contracts, tenure (year-dummies), work experience, migration status, gender, age (4 categories), and education (4 categories). Establishment controls: industries (38 categories), profitability (4 categories) and legal form (6 categories). Data source: LPP 2012 and IAB-Establishment Panel 2012, analysis sample.