From: Does the design of correspondence studies influence the measurement of discrimination?

Ethnicity | Gender | Ethnicity | |
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Experiment A | Experiment B | Experiment C | |

(1) | (2) | (3) | |

A. Basic probit
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Middle Eastern sounding/female name | -.096*** [.009] | .026** [.009] | -.128*** [.010] |

B. Heteroskedastic probit
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Middle Eastern sounding/female name | -.098*** [.009] | .029*** [.010] | -.135*** [.011] |

C. Decomposition
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Marginal effect of name through level | -.088*** [.023] | .001 [.024] | -.090** [.029] |

Marginal effect of name through variance | -.010 [.025] | .028 [.025] | -.044 [.033] |

Relative standard deviation of unobserved variables | .96 | 1.13 | .83 |

Wald test statistic, standard deviation == 1 (p-value) | .68 | .29 | .14 |

Wald statistic, ratios of coefficients are equal (p-value) | .67 | .89 | - |

Other application controls | Yes | Yes | - |

Occupational fixed effects | Yes | Yes | Yes |

Number of observations | 5,636 | 5,662 | 3,536 |