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Table 4 Effects of intermarriage on household specialization: by education level

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

Variables HS dropout HS grad College grad Post college
Panel A: own education category
 Male intermarriage −0.3216*** −0.2232*** −0.1751*** 0.0233
(0.0090) (0.0313) (0.0427) (0.0402)
 Observations 9707 11,299 5557 5487
 Female intermarriage 0.1320 0.0437*** 0.0431 0.0383
(0.0803) (0.0079) (0.0338) (0.0358)
 Observations 6217 9524 5448 3644
 State FE Yes Yes Yes Yes
 Birthplace FE Yes Yes Yes Yes
Panel B: spousal education category
 Male intermarriage −0.1131 −0.2156*** −0.1561*** −0.0617
(0.0734) (0.0312) (0.0359) (0.0395)
 Observations 8454 11,749 6767 4562
 Female intermarriage 0.1120*** 0.0147 0.0786** 0.0566***
(0.0109) (0.0331) (0.0367) (0.0091)
 Observations 6628 9355 4922 4398
 State FE Yes Yes Yes Yes
 Birthplace FE Yes Yes Yes Yes
  1. Robust standard errors in parentheses. All data is from the 2010 ACS
  2. *p < 0.1; **p < 0.05; ***p < 0.01