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Table 5 Ordered logit regression for schooling, young males*

From: Age at immigration and high school dropouts

Variable FSU immigrants 1989-1994 FSU immigrants 1989-1994
Tel Aviv ?0.2812* (0.1409) ?0.2761* (0.141)
Haifa 1.0705* (0.1592) 1.08* (0.1596)
Jerusalem 0.6785* (0.1769) 0.6853* (0.1769)
North 0.0283 (0.0902) 0.0288 (0.0903)
Center 0.2764* (0.0801) 0.2761* (0.0801)
Judea, Samaria and Gaza 0.2933 (0.1977) 0.3097 (0.1978)
Time in Israel 0.0549 (0.0473) 0.0581 (0.0474)
1992-94 Immigrant ?0.9324* (0.3776) ?0.9259* (0.3795)
Time in Israel for 1992-94 Immigrants 0.021 (0.022) 0.0206 (0.0221)
Ages at arrival 6-9 ?0.3306* (0.1135)  
Ages at arrival 10-13 ?0.0912 (0.0815)  
Ages at arrival 14-15 0.005 (0.0859)  
Age at arrival   ?1.3677 (1.9532)
Age at arrival2   0.2093 (0.2524)
Age at arrival3   ?0.0127 (0.014)
Age at arrival4   0.0003 (0.0003)
Cutpoint 1 ?0.3785 (1.0175) ?2.926 (5.573)
Cutpoint 2 0.806 (1.0176) ?1.7413 (5.5729)
Year Fixed Effect Yes Yes
Number of Observations 4,119 4,119
Log Likelihood ?4058.2033 ?4057.4067
Pseudo R2 0.0324 0.0326
  1. *Ages at arrival 6-18. Aged 25+ in the survey year. Conditional on not studying at the time of the survey.
  2. Dropped observations: Institutions and Bedouins, people with schooling over 30 or with missing schooling.
  3. Omitted categories: South, Year 2011, Ages at arrival 16-18. Comparison group: HSD (0-11 years).
  4. Standard errors appear in parentheses. *Significant at 5% level. **Significant at 10% level.
  5. Source: CBS Labor Force Surveys 1996-2011.