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Table 6 Coefficient estimates of the employment effect of a 100-euro increase of the HCA supplement, first child

From: Back to work or stay at home? Family policies and maternal employment in Finland

  Dependent variable: Employment
  Labor market status before childbirth
  Employed at Employed before Unemployed Student Other
  childbirth childbirth    
  (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
3 years before increase − 0.035 0.082 − 0.379 0.377 0.763∗∗∗
  (0.078) (0.181) (0.278) (0.266) (0.241)
2 years before increase − 0.012 − 0.082 0.127 − 0.278 0.065
  (0.075) (0.191) (0.240) (0.339) (0.295)
1 year before increase − 0.047 − 0.197 0.259 0.235 − 0.135
  (0.077) (0.182) (0.240) (0.333) (0.284)
Increase at t = 0 − 0.582∗∗∗ − 0.349 0.064 − 0.741 − 0.600
  (0.084) (0.198) (0.251) (0.334) (0.297)
1 year after increase − 0.140 − 0.210 − 0.274 0.026 − 0.154
  (0.061) (0.153) (0.228) (0.272) (0.213)
2 years after increase − 0.151∗∗∗ − 0.119 − 0.012 0.417 0.079
  (0.065) (0.160) (0.215) (0.299) (0.220)
3 years after increase − 0.124∗∗ − 0.098 − 0.186 0.309∗∗ − 0.212
  (0.104) (0.246) (0.347) (0.333) (0.434)
Observations 53,159 10,011 11,144 5958 12,945
  1. Note: Specifications include all controls, and municipal and year fixed effects
  2. Note: p< 0.05; ∗∗p< 0.01; ∗∗∗p< 0.001