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Table 8 Ordinal Probit - do immigrants increase crime rates?

From: Immigration status and property crime: an application of estimators for underreported outcomes

  (1) (2) (3)
Year_2003 0.372*** 0.380*** 0.389***
  (0.052) (0.053) (0.054)
Age/100 0.827*** 0.457* 0.418*
  (0.167) (0.250) (0.251)
Male 0.279*** 0.312*** 0.310***
  (0.053) (0.060) (0.060)
Education (No secondary qualification)    
CSE -0.166* -0.160 -0.160
  (0.100) (0.101) (0.103)
A-level,O-level -0.306*** -0.295*** -0.309***
  (0.070) (0.072) (0.071)
Higher_Education_below_Degree -0.525*** -0.492*** -0.495***
  (0.081) (0.083) (0.082)
Degree -0.878*** -0.831*** -0.812***
  (0.094) (0.098) (0.098)
Political ideology (Right-Wing)    
Left-Wing -0.347*** -0.319*** -0.306***
  (0.064) (0.066) (0.066)
Centre -0.275*** -0.274*** -0.278***
  (0.078) (0.079) (0.080)
Other_Party/Indifferent -0.147* -0.090 -0.080
  (0.085) (0.089) (0.089)
Dummies for region, union membership,    
marital status, working status  
Citizenship status (Both parents NOT citizens)    
Only_Father_Citizen    0.606*
    (0.345)
Only_Mother_Citizen    0.544**
    (0.224)
Both_Parents_Citizens    0.705***
    (0.150)
Sample size 1,748 1,732 1,720
Log likelihood -2,395.10 -2,358.06 -2,328.21
  1. Quasi-maximum likelihood standard errors in parentheses. Parentheses with text indicate the reference group. *, **, *** denote 10%, 5%, 1% level of significance respectively.