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Table 7 Wage regression by gender

From: The impact of minimum wages on informal and formal labor market outcomes: evidence from Indonesia

  (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
VARIABLES all male all female formal male formal female informal male informal female
mw_real 0.364*** 0.198 0.429*** 0.430** −0.0119 0.182
  (0.0935) (0.123) (0.135) (0.185) (0.180) (0.187)
log prov. GDP −10,559 25,412 12,944 −59,354 −119,653 135,370**
  (33,273) (54,842) (44,582) (108,053) (77,424) (68,850)
elementary school −9,340 62,599* 12,250 13,615 −9,836 97,296**
  (24,406) (32,404) (31,463) (30,338) (45,659) (48,811)
middle school 32,941 6,384 37,459 −135,441** 64,840 97,375
  (37,702) (50,122) (50,280) (61,571) (73,103) (76,952)
high school 83,852* 4,668 137,560** 24,104 −13,539 −40,304
  (48,208) (72,109) (62,512) (65,104) (100,440) (127,959)
higher educ 327,807*** 260,809** 456,327*** 310,723*** −131,766 −612,339*
  (90,829) (111,187) (99,933) (95,923) (257,097) (348,720)
urban 82,231*** 13,996 74,081*** 27,409 87,920 −39,262
  (23,303) (21,140) (27,778) (29,267) (54,548) (36,470)
2000 15,588 414.9 −4,682 27,346 32,460* −4,282
  (10,328) (12,875) (13,856) (17,819) (19,300) (19,739)
2007 98,074*** 58,873** 177,618*** 214,831*** 117,917*** −60,658*
  (15,498) (24,322) (20,664) (45,627) (36,170) (32,020)
Observations 13,371 6,246 6,038 2,325 4,648 3,137
Adj. R-squared 0.056 0.039 0.165 0.249 0.022 0.020
  1. All specifications include sector and year dummies as control variables and use level of real wage as dependent variable
  2. Robust standard errors in parentheses
  3. *p<0.1, **p<0.05, ***p<0.01