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Table 8 Probability of being a “39/99 Law user.” Panel from CSWH (2004–2011)

From: The impact of family-friendly policies in Spain and their use throughout the business cycle

  2004–2007 2008–2011
Variables User User
<30 −0.00165** 0.00295***
  (0.000715) (0.000643)
35–39 −0.00168*** −0.00281***
  (0.000572) (0.000444)
≥40 −0.00913*** −0.00397***
  (0.000586) (0.000459)
Foreign 0.00559*** 0.00403***
  (0.00122) (0.000711)
<2 year −0.0213*** −0.0226***
  (0.000523) (0.000397)
≥7 years 0.00102 0.0111***
  (0.000658) (0.000567)
Blue collar 0.00392*** 0.00753***
  (0.000609) (0.000446)
10–49 0.000546 −0.00635***
  (0.000659) (0.000414)
50–499 −0.00377*** −0.00842***
  (0.000608) (0.000411)
≥500 −0.00284*** −0.0105***
  (0.000695) (0.000408)
Obs. P 0.0245996 0.0240249
Pred. P 0.0209251 0.0185842
R-square 0.037 0.0563
Observations 326,509 508,931
  1. The sample contains mothers under indefinite contract that stay in the same firm. The two columns estimate the probability of being a law user (have reduced time schedule) along 2004–2007 and 2008–2011, respectively. Standard errors in parentheses. Reference groups belong to 30–34 age group, native, tenure between 2 and 7 years, white collar, small firms, health sector, and working in Madrid. Sector of activity and fix region dummies are also included in the estimations. Marginal effects are reported
  2. ***p < 0.01; **p < 0.05;