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Table 9 Probability of being a “39/99 Law user” over the business cycle. Panel from CSWH (2004–2011)

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

  (1) (2) (3) (4)
Variables User User User User
Crisis −0.000554 −0.00270*** −0.00262*** −0.00265***
  (0.000346) (0.000318) (0.000317) (0.000313)
Obs. P 0.0242416 0.0242416 0.0242416 0.0242416
Pred. P 0.0242403 0.0197943 0.0197137 0.0193161
R-square 0 0.0451 0.0458 0.0498
Observations 835,713 835,713 835,713 835,713
  1. The sample contains mothers under indefinite contract that stays in the same firm. Group of age, foreign dummy, tenure, size, contribution group, sector of activity and fix region dummies are also included in the estimations. Marginal effects are reported. Standard errors in parentheses. Columns: (1) Without covariates. (2) Same covariates than in Table 8. (3) Group A: cells of foreign/native, three groups of tenure and blue/white collar. Rest of control variables included in the estimation in a vector of covariates. (4) Group B: cells of four groups of age, four groups of size, three groups of tenure and blue/white collar. Rest of control variables included in the estimation in a vector of covariates
  2. ***p < 0.01; **p < 0.05;