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Table 6 Differences in treatment effects between natives and immigrants a

From: Short-term training programs for immigrants in the German welfare system: do effects differ from natives and why?

  3 6 9 12
 Aptitude tests
Δ Dif ATT -0.020 -0.043 -0.013 -0.029
p-value 0.413 0.119 0.649 0.339
IFE 0.014 0.017 0.064 0.030
p-value 0.684 0.620 0.065 0.453
 Job search training
Δ Dif ATT 0.011 -0.011 0.041 0.009
p-value 0.685 0.729 0.246 0.818
IFE 0.004 -0.004 0.024 -0.032
p-value 0.930 0.949 0.721 0.648
 Skill provision
Δ Dif ATT -0.021 -0.027 -0.067 -0.041
p-value 0.503 0.468 0.087 0.310
IFE 0.011 0.023 -0.078 -0.059
p-value 0.816 0.634 0.144 0.324
 Combined training programs
Δ Dif ATT 0.002 0.001 -0.009 -0.002
p-value 0.921 0.971 0.775 0.958
IFE 0.001 -0.028 -0.019 -0.039
p-value 0.970 0.556 0.696 0.454
  1. aRemarks: Δ Dif ATT denotes the mean difference in the ATTs between immigrants and native Germans for the respective program and month after program start. The p-values in the second row of each block derive from t-tests on the equality of the ATTs in the group of natives and immigrants. IFE denotes the estimated difference in the ATTs for immigrants and native Germans that is solely due to unobservable differences between the two ethnic groups. The p-values in the final line of each block denote significance of these IFE s. Standard errors have been obtained through bootstrapping based on 250 replications.