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Table 14 Effect of temporal distance between pay and reference day on daily hours of work (recipients only)

From: Do benefit recipients change their labor supply after receiving the cash transfer? Evidence from the Peruvian Juntos program

  Payment date within municipalities
  Earliest pay date Latest pay date
  (1) (2) (3) (4)
Panel A     
Coefficient on linear specification 0.127*** 0.131*** 0.119*** 0.123***
  (0.014) (0.013) (0.025) (0.039)
  [0.523] [0.546] [0.489] [0.557]
Panel B     
Transfer occurred (with respect to the reference day):     
At least 7 days before 0.157*** 0.109*** 0.123** 0.173***
  (0.044) (0.034) (0.041) (0.053)
5or 6 days before -0.288** -0.268* -0.230* -0.196*
  (0.116) (0.156) (0.101) (0.091)
3 or 4 days before -0.434** -0.489** -0.339 -0.432**
  (0.228) (0.204) (0.243) (0.213)
2 days before -0.251 -0.266 -0.252 -0.209
  (0.237) (0.212) (0.212) (0.221)
1 day before 0.053 -0.067 -0.039 0.051
  (0.234) (0.209) (0.249) (0.219)
1 day after 0.180 0.174 0.178 0.263
  (0.244) (0.219) (0.256) (0.227)
2 days after 0.343 0.313 0.442* 0.448**
  (0.247) (0.223) (0.257) (0.230)
3 or 4 days after 0.243 0.203 0.326 0.380*
  (0.231) (0.209) (0.242) (0.217)
5 or 6 days after 0.829*** 0.818*** 0.962*** 1.023***
  (0.263) (0.241) (0.278) (0.252)
At least 7 days after 1.132*** 1.203*** 1.267*** 1.134***
  (0.276) (0.253) (0.294) (0.277)
  [0.520] [0.610] [0.519] [0.537]
Individual fixed effects Yes Yes Yes Yes
Observations 5,789 7,105 5,789 7,105
Number of individuals 827 1,015 827 1,015
  1. Notes: Robust standard errors in parentheses. R-squared in brackets.
  2. ***p < 0.01, **p < 0.05, *p < 0.1.