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Table 10 Earnings regression with selection: women

From: Industry shutdown rates and permanent layoffs: evidence from firm-worker matched data

  XS S M L XL All firms
Shutdown rate −3.4041 .1620 −1.8604 −2.0460 −.9859 −1.3759
  (1.4500) b (.8545) (1.3127) (1.8356) (1.0292) (.9488)
Age 35–49 −.0556 −.0321 −.0328 −.0728 −.0475  
  (.0343) (.0257) (.0235) a (.0296) (.0239) c (.0101) c
Age 50+ −.2370 −.1923 −.3059 −.3178 −.3306 −.2710
  (.0328) c (.0441) c (.0392) c (.0419) c (.0555) c (.0285) c
Married −.0207 .0394 .0363 .0494 .0267 .0293
  (.0242) (.0158) b (.0270) (.0248) b (.0262) (.0103) c
Tenure −.1648 −.1966 −.2136 −.1722 −.1555 −.1747
  (.0204) c (.0202) c (.0131) c (.0188) c (.0129) c (.0106) c
Tenure squared .0068 .0088 .0095 .0061 .0054 .0067
  (.0009) c (.0012) c (.0008) c (.0011) c (.0006) c (.0005) c
Union .1523 .0486 .0450 .1302 .0540 .0719
  (.0552) c (.0911) (.0682) (.0393) c (.0334) (.0383) a
Atlantic .2317 .1793 .1750 .2020 .1494 .1805
  (.0392) c (.0422) c (.0647) c (.0684) c (.0552) c (.0340) c
Quebec .1129 .0569 .0349 .0904 .1160 .0698
  (.0338) c (.0392) (.0339) (.0436) b (.0343) c (.0234) c
Prairie .0328 −.0049 .0548 .0678 .0732 .0353
  (.0533) (.0475) (.0328) a (.0628) (.0453) (.0268)
BC .0372 .0312 −.0467 .00007 −.0238 −.0052
  (.0422) (.0295) (.0361) (.0777) (.0501) (.0252)
Firm active estimates—exclusion restrictions
\(\log \overline {\text {wage bill}}_{ikjt}\) .4743 .2943 .1818 .1116 .5411 .4460
  (.0148) c (.0460) c (.0768) c (.0736) (.0635) c (.0232) c
ρ (correlation) .0762 .0167 .0563 .0876 0038 .0314
  (.0422) a (.0532) (.0441) (.0354) b (.0589) (.0296)
σ (variance) 1.3042 1.3157 1.3280 1.3296 1.3249 1.3250
  (.0293) c (.0329) c (.0377) c (.0170) c (.0238) c (.0222) c
λ (selection) .0998 .0232 .0748 .1165 .0051 .0416
  (.0557) a (.0699) (.0581) a (.0476) b (.0781) (.0394)
Observations 94,357 40,953 33,713 17,267 18,628 204,918
Observation-censored 82,961 26,855 17,872 8093 4117 139,898
logL −48,767.82 −48,280.89 −48,160.96 −26,165.28 −30,879.39 −222,421.9
  1. Note: The reference group is Ontario for region, 25–35 for age, 2005 for year, and construction for industry. The firm size classes are (XS) less than 5 employees, (S) 5–19 employees, (M) 20–99 employees, (L) 100–500 employees, and (XL) 500+ employees. Clustered standard errors, in parentheses, account for within industry correlation
  2. a, b, cStatistical significance at the 10, 5, and 1% levels, respectively