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Table 4 APE for the interacted effects of disability and disability benefit by country, the Heckman model, 2007–2010

From: Disability and employment across Central and Eastern European Countries

   Poland Lithuania Czech Republic Slovak Republic Hungary Romania
Time t Disability −0.031*** −0.071*** −0.039*** −0.031*** −0.011 −0.020*
Disability*receiving disability benefit −0.106*** −0.120*** −0.109*** −0.083*** −0.159*** −0.227***
Strong disability −0.107*** −0.144*** −0.074** −0.056* −0.059** −0.116***
Strong disability*receiving disability benefit −0.052 −0.254** –0.291*** –0.233*** –0.215*** n.a.
Time t−1 Disability −0.011 0.002 −0.001 −0.001 −0.024** −0.023*
Disability*receiving disability benefit 0.009 −0.050* 0.002 0.007 −0.015 −0.044
Strong disability −0.031 −0.085** −0.081** −0.060** −0.032 −0.034
Strong disability*receiving disability benefit −0.048 −0.037 0.082*** 0.071*** −0.029 n.a.
  1. Note: Second, fourth, sixth, and eight rows refer to estimated coefficients of interaction dummy variables between disability status and disability benefit
  2. Source: our elaborations of EU SILC data
  3. n.a. not available
  4. *Significant at the 10 % level; **significant at the 5 % level; ***significant at the 1 % level