From: The effect of children on female labor force participation in urban Iran
1 ^{+} sample | 2 ^{+} sample | 3 ^{+} sample | ||||
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OLS | 2SLS | OLS | 2SLS | OLS | 2SLS | |
First-stage results: fertility equation | ||||||
A firstborn son | −0.106*** | |||||
(0.009) | ||||||
Two daughters | 0.042*** | |||||
(0.004) | ||||||
Two or more sons | −0.044*** | |||||
(0.005) | ||||||
Estimation results: FLFP equation | ||||||
Number of children | −0.008*** | 0.005 | ||||
(0.001) | (0.026) | |||||
More than 2 children | −0.011*** | −0.033 | ||||
(0.004) | (0.060) | |||||
More than 3 children | −0.009** | −0.019 | ||||
(0.004) | (0.068) | |||||
Observations | 56,845 | 56,845 | 43,868 | 43,868 | 25,399 | 25,399 |
1st stage R-squared | 0.562 | 0.344 | 0.226 | |||
2nd stage R-squared | 0.183 | 0.183 | 0.152 | 0.151 | 0.084 | 0.083 |
IV F-statistics | 149.253 | 149.430 | 89.917 |