Unformatted text preview: 152.6 152.6 152.6 152.6 152.6 152.6 152.6 Notes: Huber robust standard errors in parentheses. Significantly different than zero at 90% (*), 95% (**), 99% (***) confidence. Observations are assumed to have independent error terms across geographic zones, but not necessarily within zones. Ethno-linguistic fractionalization is defined as 1 – ¦ i (Proportion of Ethno-linguistic group i in the population) 2 . School ELF across tribes and the proportion of the largest ethnic group in the school consider Luhyas a single group. Geographic division indicators and socioeconomic controls are not included in any of the specifications in this table. The instrumental variable in regressions 3 and 4 is Zonal ELF across tribes, and in regressions 7 and 8 is 1 – (Proportion largest ethnic group in zone). Development Economics, LSE Summer School 2007 214...
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