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Table 5 Heterogeneity of post*morbidlyobese interaction term estimates across sub-populations

From: What happens when the definition of disability changes? The case of obesity

  Post-2008 Post-2010
Men Women Men Women
Employed Labor market Employed Labor market Employed Labor market Employed Labor market
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
White respondents −0.011 0.008 −0.018 −0.003 −0.034*** −0.008 −0.022** −0.019**
(0.010) (0.014) (0.011) (0.008) (0.011) (0.007) (0.008) (0.008)
Black respondents −0.023 0.016 −0.008 −0.005 0.071* −0.012 −0.039 0.002
(0.044) (0.021) (0.037) (0.013) (0.035) (0.029) (0.023) (0.022)
Hispanic respondents −0.108** 0.019 −0.032 −0.015 0.078 −0.058 0.022 0.008
(0.045) (0.034) (0.032) (0.026) (0.050) (0.045) (0.029) (0.032)
High school or less −0.052** 0.016 −0.016 0.009 0.030 −0.039** −0.021 −0.034*
(0.022) (0.011) (0.020) (0.011) (0.019) (0.015) (0.020) (0.019)
More than high school −0.003 0.013 −0.022* −0.018 −0.034** −0.007 −0.019** −0.005
(0.012) (0.016) (0.011) (0.010) (0.014) (0.011) (0.007) (0.010)
  1. Notes: See Tables 2 and 3 for details on baseline specifications. Each cell reports the estimated value of the post*morbidlyobese coefficient for a separate regression
  2. ***p < 0.01; **p < 0.05, *p < 0.1