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Table 5 Simulated response in the average probabilities of participation

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

  Baseline participation probability in percent Change of baseline in p.p.
Scenario 2013 Hypothetical scenario
Population 15–64 68.28 −0.05 −0.11
Age 15–24 39.63 0.03 −0.27
Age 25–50, female 76.26 −0.07 −0.18
Age 25–50, male 89.57 −0.06 −0.09
Age 50+ 60.97 −0.08 0.03
Female with child under 3 years, age 25–50 25.39 0.02 −0.18
Male with child under 3 years, age 25–50 96.40 −0.06 −0.01
Elementary education, age 25–50 66.60 −0.33 −0.27
Secondary education, age 25–50 84.51 −0.03 −0.14
Tertiary education, age 25–50 82.28 −0.10 −0.11
Gross wage quintile—Q1 (below 315 euro), age 25–50 62.31 −0.45 −0.31
Gross wage quintile—Q2 (below 538 euro), age 25–50 85.43 0.13 −0.46
Gross wage quintile—Q3 (below 731 euro), age 25–50 92.33 −0.14 0.00
Gross wage quintile—Q4 (below 1005 euro), age 25–50 94.58 −0.11 0.00
Gross wage quintile—Q5 (above 1005 euro), age 25–50 97.94 −0.03 −0.04
  1. Source: authors’ calculations