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Table 6 Impact of intermarriage on specialization - natives

From: Relative labor supply in intermarriage

Dep. Var.: RE Tobit1
Specialization index Men (1) Women(2)
Intermarriage -0.085** -0.075**
Education 0.018*** 0.019***
More educ5 × difference in educ -0.022*** -0.004
Age -0.010*** -0.012***
Older × difference in age 0.006 0.007**
Duration of marriage 0.001 0.001*
Duration of intermarriage -0.001 0.002
Children younger than 16 -0.152*** -0.152***
  1. Source: German Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP).
  2. Natives aged 20 to 65; Unbalanced panel, years 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005.
  3. Comparison of those in intermarriage with those in native marriages.
  4. Clustered standard errors; * p ≤ 0:05, ** p ≤ 0:01, *** p ≤ 0:001.
  5. 1Entries refer to marginal effects on the probability that both spouses work.
  6. 5Implying that this person has more years of schooling than his/her partner.