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Unformatted text preview: Duflo (2001) Human Capital TABLE 2 -- THE ALLOCATION OF SCHOOLS log(INPRES schools) Log of number of children aged 5-14 in the region 0.78 (0.027) 0.12 (0.038) Log(1-enrollment rate in primary school in 1973) Number of observations 255 R squared 0.78 Notes: Standard errors are in parentheses. The dependent variable in the log of the number of INPRES schools built between 1973 and 1978. The enrollment rate in primary school is the number of children enrolled in primary school in 1973 (obtained from the Ministry of education and Culture) divided by the number of children aged 5-14 in the region in 1973 TABLE 3 -- MEANS OF EDUCATION AND LOG(WAGE) BY COHORT AND LEVEL OF PROGRAM CELLS Years of education Level of program in High (1) Log(wages) Level of program in Region of birth Low Difference (2) (3) High (4) Region of birth Low Difference (5) (6) Panel A: Experiment of Interest Aged 2 to 6 in 1974 8.49 (0.043) 9.76 (0.037) -1.27 (0.057) 6.61 (0.0078) 6.73 (0.0064) -0.12 (0.010) Aged 12 to 17 in 1974 8.02 (0.053) 9.40 (0.042) -1.39 (0.067) 6.87 (0.0085) 7.02 (0.0069) -0.15 (0.011) Difference 0.47 (0.070) 0.36 (0.038) 0.12 (0.089) -0.26 (0.011) -0.29 (0.0096) 0.026 (0.015) Aged 12 to 17 in 1974 8.00 (0.054) 9.41 (0.042) -1.41 (0.078) 6.87 (0.0085) 7.02 (0.0069) -0.15 (0.011) Aged 18 to 24 in 1974 7.70 (0.059) 9.12 (0.044) -1.42 (0.072) 6.92 (0.0097) 7.08 (0.0076) -0.16 (0.012) Difference 0.30 (0.080) 0.29 (0.061) 0.013 (0.098) 0.056 (0.013) 0.063 (0.010) 0.0070 (0.016) Panel B: Control Experiment Note: The sample is made of the individuals who earn a wage. Standard errors are in parentheses Development Economics, LSE Summer School 2007 144 ...
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