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Table 2 Probit models for in-work poverty in Europe (n = 355,724).

From: Hanging in, but only just: part-time employment and in-work poverty throughout the crisis

  Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
Intercept −2.24 *** −1.35 *** −1.40 ***
Part-time 0.40 *** 0.39 *** 0.40 ***
D_2011 −0.03 *** −0.05 *** 0.05 (*)
Part-time * D_2011 0.10 *** 0.07 ** 0.04 *
Women 0.10 *** 0.10 ***
Middle skilled −0.22 *** −0.22 ***
High skilled −0.40 *** −0.40 ***
Age 30_49 −0.15 *** −0.13 ***
Age 50_64 −0.23 *** −0.21 ***
Not born in country 0.42 *** 0.42 ***
Fam type: couple −0.01 0.01
Fam type: other −0.09 *** −0.03 *
WI other HH members −1.23 *** −1.30 ***
1 child 0.25 *** 0.29 ***
2 children 0.45 *** 0.47 ***
>2 children 0.72 *** 0.76 ***
ISCO = 3 0.14 *** 0.14 ***
ISCO = 4 0.28 *** 0.28 ***
ISCO = 5 0.54 *** 0.54 ***
ISCO = 6, 7, or 8 0.51 *** 0.51 ***
ISCO = 9 0.75 *** 0.75 ***
Full-year working −0.76 *** −0.76 ***
UNEMPL benefit 0.23 *** 0.20 ***
Benefit −0.30 *** −0.31 ***
Age 30_49 * D_2011 −0.05 *
Age 50_64 * D_2011 −0.05 ***
Couple * D_2011 −0.03
Other * D_2011 −0.13 *
WI other HH members * D_2011 0.14 ***
1 child * D_2011 −0.08 ***
2 children * D_2011 −0.03
>2 children * D_2011 −0.07 *
UNEMPL benefit * D_2011 0.05 *
Pseudo R 2 0.0419 0.2532 0.2538
  1. Source: EU-SILC 2008 and 2012, all models control for country dummies. Reference: full-time, D_2007, men, low skilled, age 20_29, born in country, fam type: single, 0 children, ISCO 1 or 2, not full-year working, no UNEMPL benefit, no benefit
  2. Significance levels: (*)p < 0.1; *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001