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Table 9 Estimates of effects of participation in ALMPs on the hazard rate to employment in a model with more narrow intervals of the piecewise-constant baseline hazard

From: The effects of active labour market policies for immigrants receiving social assistance in Denmark

  Females Males
  Coeff. SE   Coeff. SE  
ALMP spell begins less than 6 months after start of social assistance spell
In-programme effects:
   Employment with wage subsidy −0.0618 0.1516   −0.0976 0.0904  
   Direct employment programme 0.5811 0.0697 *** 0.4853 0.0534 ***
   Other ALMPs 0.2978 0.0626 *** 0.2483 0.0448 ***
Post-programme effects:
   Employment with wage subsidy 1.6260 0.1321 *** 1.3049 0.0803 ***
   Direct employment programme 0.8608 0.0903 *** 0.4841 0.0714 ***
   Other ALMPs 0.3720 0.0774 *** 0.2295 0.0571 ***
ALMP spell begins at least 6 months after start of social assistance spell
In-programme effects:
   Employment with wage subsidy 1.4357 0.1787 *** 0.8866 0.1103 ***
   Direct employment programme 1.6456 0.0687 *** 1.1638 0.0607 ***
   Other ALMPs 1.0102 0.0560 *** 0.7876 0.0506 ***
Post-programme effects:
   Employment with wage subsidy 2.5392 0.1264 *** 1.9692 0.0765 ***
   Direct employment programme 1.3905 0.0859 *** 0.5235 0.0863 ***
   Other ALMPs 0.5991 0.0697 *** 0.3844 0.0608 ***
  1. Note: *** indicate significance at the 1% level.
  2. The piecewise-constant intervals of the baseline hazard step functions are less wide than in the main model (see Tables 2 and 7): 0–2, 2–4, 4–6, 6–9, 9–12, 12–24 and 24- months.