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Table 16 Employment effects of minimum wages on non-production workers in large firms by educational category

From: Do minimum wages affect employment? Evidence from the manufacturing sector in Indonesia

  Dependent variable: Log (Employment of non-production workers)
  Primary Jr. Sr. High High School Bachelor
Log (Min. Wage) 0.511* -0.196*** -0.328*** 0.122
  -(0.268) -(0.061) -(0.107) -(0.095)
Log (Firm Age) 0.195* 0.188*** 0.0872* -0.0208
  -(0.117) -(0.028) -(0.045) -(0.041)
Foreign Share 0.00109 0.000228 0.000892 0.00198***
  -(0.001) (0.000) -(0.001) -(0.001)
Export Share -0.00128** 0.00111*** 0.0004 0.00105***
  -(0.001) (0.000) (0.000) (0.000)
Govt. Share 0.0007 0.0003 -0.0006 -0.0006
  -(0.001) -(0.001) -(0.001) -(0.001)
Firm Fixed Effects Yes Yes Yes Yes
Year Effects Yes Yes Yes Yes
Number of Firms 3839 7128 5891 6073
Observations 7914 17,820 13,337 14,039
  1. *significant at 1% level; **significant at 5% level; ***significant at 10% level