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Unformatted text preview: ase condoms after learning their HIV status. However, there is no systematic difference by observable respondent or nurse characteristics, and there is no change in the results of the analysis if the nurses whose distribution of incentives were significantly different from the theoretical distribution of incentives are omitted (not shown). 6 GPS locations are accurate between 10 and 15 meters. Calculating straight-line distance ignores natural boundaries such as roads or rivers and may underestimate the actual distance needed to travel. Approximately 7 percent of households have missing household GPS coordinates and, in this case, the distance to an assigned VCT center is replaced with the average village distance to the results center. Note that the permanent health clinics with VCT services nearest to each of the study sites were located between 20 and 50 kilometers away in 2004. 1836 DEcEMBER 2008 THE AMERIcAN EcONOMIc REVIEW Table 3—Baseline Characteristics by Incentives and Distance Dependent variable Any incentive Amount of incentive Amount of incentive2 Distance (km) Distance2 Constant Sample size R2 20.051 1 0.039 2 Male (1) 0.06 1 0.055 2 2.034*** 1 0.993 2 Age (2) 20.185 11.3312 20.015 1 0.018 2 20.103 1 0.435 2 2,812 0.00 2,812 0.01 20.025 1 0.022 2 0.006 1 0.004 2 0.487*** 1 0.030 2 20.211 11.133 2 0.096 1 0.240 2 30.585*** 11.2172 0.001 1 0.020 2 HIV positive (3) 20.018 1 0.024 2 0.005 1 0.008 2 20.25 1 0.284 2 Years of education (4) 0.022 1 0.356 2 0.038 1 0.116 2 0.018 1 0.033 2 Owns land (5) 0.005 1 0.043 2 0.002 1 0.014 2 0.026 1 0.016 2 20.089 1 0.330 2 20.045 1 0.033 2 2,812 0.01 2,530 0.17 2,594 0.07 0.004 1 0.003 2 0.101*** 1 0.023 2 20.015 1 0.064 2 3.311*** 1 0.366 2 0.011 1 0.0072 0.768*** 1 0.036 2 20.027 1 0.033 2 0.006 1 0.029 2 Had sex in Used a condom 2004 in 2004 (6) (7) 20.029 1 0.048 2 0.008 1 0.015 2 0.012 1 0.028 2 -0.001 1 0.005 2 0.791*** 1 0.0372 2,343 0.01 20.061 1 0.045 2 0.022 1 0.016 2 0.041 1 0.028 2 20.006 1 0.005 2 0.167...
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