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Table 5 Regression results I: FD-dependent variable: variation in weeks of sick leave between 2011 and 2012

From: Absenteeism, childcare and the effectiveness of pension reforms

  Model 1 (b/se) Model 2 (b/se) Model 3 (b/se)
T −0.377** (0.152) −0.413*** (0.155)  
Treated 0.015 (0.015) −0.005 (0.015)  
Treated* grandmother   0.048*** (0.015)  
Tsick in 2011    −0.227 (0.211)
Tnot sick in 2011    −0.393** (0.154)
Treatedsick in 2011    0.389** (0.182)
Treatednot sick in 2011    −0.016 (0.015)
Treated*grandmothersick in 2011    0.120 (0.197)
Treated*grandmothernot sick in 2011    0.044*** (0.015)
∆Seniority 0.003*** (0.001) 0.004*** (0.001) 0.003*** (0.001)
∆Seniority*age −0.000*** (0.000) −0.000*** (0.000) −0.000*** (0.000)
∆Notional seniority −0.863*** (0.018) −0.863*** (0.018) −0.926*** (0.024)
∆Age2 0.005*** (0.001) 0.005*** (0.001) 0.005*** (0.001)
∆Log (wage) −0.195*** (0.070) −0.197*** (0.070) −0.205***(0.070)
∆Regional unemployment rate −0.003 (0.008) −0.002 (0.008) −0.001 (0.008)
Adjusted R-square 0.391 0.391 0.394
N 25,258 25,258 25,258
Tests (P values)    
 Tsick in 2011 = Tnot sick in 2011    0.2555
 Treatedsick in 2011 = Treatednot sick in 2011    0.0264
 Treated i  + (Treated*grandmother i ) = 0   0.0183  
   i = sick in 2011    0.0120
   i = not sick in 2011    0.1147
  1. Note: Significance levels: *0.10, **0.05, and ***0.01. Robust errors clustered at level of groups with uniform age, sick leave in 2011, income, seniority level and region