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Media and Policy Table 6 . Newspapers, Information, and Distance to the Nearest Newspaper Outlet Specification 1 2 3 4 5 6 Dependent variable Newspaper Newspaper Info Info Info Info Distance to nearest newspaper outlet –0.100 *** (.018) –0.098 *** (.020) –0.103 *** (.029) –0.111 *** (.032) –0.080 ** (.038) –0.096 *** (.033) Distance to district headquarters –0.065 (.060) Distance to nearest bank branch 0.021 (.060) Newspaper 0.148 ** (.075) Income as control No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Number of schools 388 388 388 388 388 388 ** Significant at the 5 percent level. *** Significant at the 1 percent level. Note : Numbers in parentheses are robust standard errors. See appendix for definition of variables. Table 7 . Reduced-Form Effects
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Unformatted text preview: Specification 1 2 Panel A: Campaign experiment (1995–2001) Constant 66.4 *** (5.31) 75.7 *** (7.74) Distance to nearest newspaper outlet –5.36 ** (2.32) –6.77 ** (2.62) Income as control No Yes Adjusted R 2 0.04 0.06 Number of schools 199 199 Panel B: Control experiment (1991–95) Constant 23.7 *** (5.4) 18.6 ** (7.70) Distance to nearest newspaper outlet 0.64 (2.24) 0.62 (2.55) Income as control No Yes Adjusted R 2 0.01 0.01 Number of schools 147 147 ** Significant at the 5 percent level. *** Significant at the 1 percent level. Note : Numbers in parentheses are robust standard errors. See appendix for definition of variables. Development Economics, LSE Summer School 2007 48...
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