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Table 3 IV estimates for the impact of intermarriage on household market hours specialization

From: Household labor supply and intermarriage of immigrants: differences by gender

Variables Male immigrant Female immigrant
First Second First Second
Intermarriage   −0.0729   0.0840
  (0.4131)   (0.4839)
Own education 0.2388 −0.1990 −0.2857*** −0.4634***
(0.2785) (0.1354) (0.0886) (0.1066)
Difference in education −0.0134*** 0.0229*** −0.0141*** 0.0035
(0.0009) (0.0058) (0.0011) (0.0072)
Experience 0.2230 −0.2698** −0.3209*** −0.3913**
(0.2880) (0.1314) (0.0853) (0.1617)
exp2 0.0000 0.0002*** −0.0000* 0.0002***
(0.0000) (0.0000) (0.0000) (0.0000)
Difference in age 0.0002 0.0058*** 0.0060*** −0.0010
(0.0007) (0.0009) (0.0014) (0.0033)
Years in USA 0.0127*** 0.0004 0.0110*** −0.0028
(0.0004) (0.0052) (0.0004) (0.0053)
Good English 0.1495*** −0.0100 0.1660*** −0.0752
(0.0062) (0.0628) (0.0067) (0.0813)
Family size −0.0155*** −0.0069 −0.0230*** −0.0122
(0.0022) (0.0070) (0.0023) (0.0117)
No. of children 0.0134*** 0.0377*** 0.0128*** 0.0475***
(0.0035) (0.0069) (0.0039) (0.0078)
Marriage duration −0.2361 0.2582* 0.3111*** 0.3853**
(0.2879) (0.1352) (0.0852) (0.1571)
Age at marriage −0.2347 0.2584* 0.3171*** 0.3837**
(0.2879) (0.1347) (0.0852) (0.1599)
Instrument: group size −0.0511***   −0.0600**  
(0.0187)   (0.0243)  
Observations 30,893 30,893 24,345 24,345
R-squared   0.0463   0.0620
Cragg-Donald F test 13.77 13.77 13.57 13.57
Kleinbergen-Paap rK LM χ 2 9.911 9.911 11.23 11.23
  1. Standard errors clustered at the birthplace; MSA and age-group level shown in parentheses. All data from the 2010 ACS. Variables included in the regression, but not in the table—age of youngest child, dummy for being in school for self and spouse, own and spousal veteran status
  2. *p < 0.1; **p < 0.05; ***p < 0.01