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Unformatted text preview: Burgess (2004) Development Economics, LSE Summer School 2007 Table 5: Access to Land and Nutritional Status: Basic Results Rural Sichuan Rural Jiangsu log per capita calories log per capita calories log per capita calories log per capita calories log per capita calories log per capita calories (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) OLS OLS IV OLS OLS IV 0.131 (12.09) 0.148 (11.61) 0.092 (6.45) 0.098 (6.10) log per capita land log per capita expenditure 0.311 (27.48) 0.298 (27.30) instrumented log per cap exp 0.198 (20.31) 0.189 (19.48) 0.231 (14.88) -0.119 (13.10) -0.100 (11.31) Adj. R2 0.741 0.757 no. obs. 5379 5379 -0.195 (14.80) -0.184 (14.20) 0.648 0.619 0.630 0.562 5379 3354 3354 3354 Absolute t statistics in parenthesis based on robust (Huber) standard errors clustered at the village level. Regressions also contain controls for the occupational status and demographic composition of households and dummies for 537 villages (clusters) in Sichuan and 336 villages (clusters) in Jiangsu. 93 Asset Redistribution log household size 0.153 (8.96) ...
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