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Pavcnik (2002) Openness and Economic Performance (1) (2) (3) (4) Tariff Measure 0.091 -0.121 -0.608 ** -0.672 ** (1.302) (0.189) (0.301) (0.298) Obs 265 265 431 431 Tariff Measure -0.143 -0.045 -0.209 ** -0.229 *** (0.372) (0.102) (0.084) (0.087) Obs 265 265 431 431 Tariff Measure -1.384 ** -0.590 ** 0.101 0.093 (0.559) (0.241) (0.196) (0.188) Obs 265 265 431 431 Tariff Measure -0.487 *** -0.210 * 0.005 -0.003 (0.172) (0.124) (0.078) (0.074) Obs 265 265 431 431 Tariff Measure -1.181 -0.049 0.831 * 0.923 ** (1.508) (0.191) (0.451) (0.458) Obs 265 265 431 431 Panel E. Dependent variable: Log Mean Per Capita Expenditures Panel A. Dependent Variable: Povery Rate Panel B. Dependent Variable: Poverty Gap Flexible Labor Laws Inflexible Labor Laws Table 14. Effect of Trade Liberalization on Poverty and Inequality in Rural India at the District Level by State Characteristics Note: All regressions include year, district dummies, state labor laws-year dummies and pre-reform literacy, share of SC/ST population, industrial structure, log of per capita expenditures, and trend in
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Unformatted text preview: the outcome variable interacted with a post dummy. Regressions are weighted by the square root of the number of households in a district. The data are from the 43rd and 55th rounds of the NSS. Standard errors (in parentheses) are corrected for clustering at the state year level. Significance at the 10 percent level of confidence is represented by a *, at the 5 percent level by **, and at the 1 percent level by ***. In columns (1) and (3), the district tariff is instrumented by the non-scaled tariff. In columns (2) and (4), the district tariff is instrumented by the non-scaled tariff and the interaction of pre-reform non-scaled tariff and a post dummy. Panel C. Dependent Variable: StdLog Consumption Panel D. Dependent Variable: Log Deviation of Consumption Development Economics, LSE Summer School 2007 181...
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