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Burgess (2004) Asset Redistribution Table 2: Land Allocation and Nutritional Need Dep. Var: Household Cultivable Land (hectares) Rural Sichuan Rural Jiangsu (1) (2) (3) (4) Intercept 0.060 (6.64) 0.060 (6.64) 0.083 (7.09) 0.083 (7.09) Cadre dummy 0.007 (1.31) -0.009 (0.89) 0-4N 0.016 (5.07) 0.016 (5.09) 0.021 (3.62) 0.021 (3.61) 5-9N 0.041 (13.33) 0.041 (13.31) 0.050 (9.73) 0.050 (9.72) 10-14N 0.062 (20.76) 0.062 (20.66) 0.069 (12.92) 0.069 (12.90) 15-54N Farm 0.070 (31.17) 0.070 (30.98) 0.092 (25.71) 0.092 (25.68) 15-54N Off-farm 0.056 (20.72) 0.056 (20.35) 0.054 (15.66) 0.054 (15.68) 55+N 0.064 (23.03) 0.064 (22.96) 0.076 (15.06) 0.076 (15.06) Dummy for >2 children -0.022 (2.24) -0.022 (2.22) -0.024 (2.21) -0.023
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Unformatted text preview: (2.21) Sample size 5379 5379 3354 3354 Adj. R 2 0.8170 0.8172 0.7358 0.7358 Notes: All regressions are reported with robust (Huber) standard errors. Absolute t statistics in parenthesis. N indicates that demographics are expressed in terms of numbers of people in the different age groups. Adults (15-55) are divided according to whether they list their primary employment as being on or off-farm. Regressions also contain dummies for 537 villages (clusters) in Sichuan and 336 villages (clusters) in Jiangsu. Development Economics, LSE Summer School 2007 87...
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