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Table 3 Marginal effects by selected subgroups

From: Labour force participation elasticities and the move away from a flat tax: the case of Slovakia

  dy/dx Std err   dy/dx Std err
Females, age 25–50    Males, age 25–50   
 Gains to work (logGTW) 0.109 0.010  Gains to work (logGTW) 0.056 0.006
 Non-labour income (logNY) −0.036 0.003  Non-labour income (logNY) −0.025 0.002
Single females, age 25–50    Single males, age 25–50   
 Gains to work (logGTW) 0.123 0.012  Gains to work (logGTW) 0.085 0.010
 Non-labour income (logNY) −0.041 0.004  Non-labour income (logNY) −0.038 0.004
Females w. child <3 years, age 25–50    Males w. child <3 years, age 25–50   
 Gains to work (logGTW) 0.236 0.023  Gains to work (logGTW) 0.021 0.005
 Non-labour income (logNY) −0.078 0.007  Non-labour income (logNY) −0.010 0.002
Females, age 50+    Males, age 50+   
 Gains to work (logGTW) 0.108 0.010  Gains to work (logGTW) 0.080 0.009
 Non-labour income (logNY) −0.036 0.003  Non-labour income (logNY) −0.035 0.003
  1. Note: Probit estimates are computed using full sample, and average marginal effects are evaluated at subgroups. Bootstrapped standard errors, 5000 replications