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Table 9 Heterogeneous impact of Yigong-daizhen project on migrant (on number of project, labor and capital intensity)

From: Do public work schemes deter or encourage outmigration? Empirical evidence from China

  Dependent variable: number of migrant labor (person)
OLS (1) OLS (2) OLS (3) OLS (4)
  Panel A: One VS. More projects
After *Yigong-daizhen *More than one 50.33*** 50.29*** 49.14*** 51.04***
  (17.62) (17.44) (16.86) (17.16)
  Panel B: Labor use: Above average VS. Below average
After *Yigong-daizhen *Labor intensive 50.22** 48.77** 44.44** 50.10**
  (21.80) (21.64) (21.02) (21.27)
  Panel C: Capital use: Above average VS. Below average
After *Yigong-daizhen *Capital intensive 1.78 4.21 10.73 8.72
  (32.25) (32.39) (28.89) (30.68)
Control for:     
Two main effects for Diff-in-Diff Yes Yes Yes Yes
Village level controls No Yes Yes Yes
Types of project No No Yes Yes
Province FE No No No Yes
N 4858 4858 4858 4858
  1. Notes. ***denotes significant at the level 0.01 level; **denotes significant at the 0.05 level; *denotes significant at the 0.1 level. Robust clustered standard errors at the village level are reported in the parentheses.