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Table 4 Heterogeneous effects of JE on pregnancy

From: Are you (not) expecting? The unforeseen benefits of job training on teenage pregnancy

  Independent variables (h i )
  (1) (2) (3) (4)
Dependent variable: Married/cohabiting # of children Rosenberg scale Life- Quality
Pregnancy     
Treatment when h i =0 −0.077 −0.105a
  (0.047) (0.048)
Treatment at percentile 5 of h i −0.119 −0.250b
  (0.089) (0.079)
Treatment at percentile 10 of h i −0.108 −0.211b
  (0.071) (0.066)
Treatment at percentile 25 of h i −0.088a −0.133b
  (0.047) (0.046)
Treatment at percentile 50 of h i −0.073a −0.066
  (0.041) (0.042)
Treatment at percentile 75 of h i −0.056 −0.006
  (0.054) (0.051)
Treatment at percentile 90 of h i −0.056 0.064
  (0.054) (0.070)
Treatment at percentile 95 of h i −0.050 0.111
  (0.061) (0.086)
h i 0.128 0.017 −0.011 −0.013b
  (0.080) (0.056) (0.008) (0.005)
Treatment* h i 0.050 0.092 0.006 0.014a
  (0.108) (0.075) (0.010) (0.006)
Observations 564 564 564 564
  1. Note: h i corresponds to baseline characteristics: a dummy variable for whether women were married or cohabiting (model 1); the number of children (model 2); the Rosenberg’s self-esteem scale (model 3); and the Life-Quality Index (model 4). All models include a dummy variable for whether the follow-up interview was in 2011 and a variable for individual’s age. Robust standard errors clustered at the course level in parentheses
  2. aSignificant at 5 %, bSignificant at 1 %