Table2 Table A1 - Panel 2

Table A1 - Panel 1

Table A1 - Panel 1:
Ever used family planning
 
 

Data Set

KDHS 89

KDHS 93

 

Linear Model

Nonlinear Model

Linear Model

Nonlinear Model

 

no social interaction

with social interaction
(cluster average)

no social interaction

with social interaction
(cluster average)

no social interaction

with social interaction
(cluster average)

no social interaction

with social interaction
(cluster average)

 
social effect ( or a)   0.27639*   1.75155**   0.43776**   2.17526**
    (0.1207)   (0.6673)   (0.0825)   (0.4105)
Program effort 0.19603** 0.11523** 1.61270** 1.12179** 0.28094** 0.10863+ 1.45107** 0.58479+
  (0.0521) (0.0440) (0.4470) (0.3665) (0.0887) (0.0617) (0.4600) (0.3353)
age 0.02930** 0.02947** 0.24998* 0.25333** 0.03510** 0.03581** 0.23315** 0.23744**
  (0.0101) (0.0098) (0.0981) (0.0986) (0.0108) (0.0111) (0.0623) (0.0672)
age2 -0.00046** -0.00047** -0.00394** -0.00409** -0.00051** -0.00054** -0.00337** -0.00356**
  (0.0002) (0.0001) (0.0014) (0.0014) (0.0002) (0.0002) (0.0009) (0.0009)
children ever born 0.02637** 0.02608** 0.20340** 0.20848** 0.03452** 0.03340** 0.16893** 0.17457**
  (0.0051) (0.0051) (0.0403) (0.0400) (0.0074) (0.0071) (0.0409) (0.0409)
primary education 0.10768** 0.09878** 0.83281** 0.75632** 0.06045 0.04158 0.28134 0.20532
  (0.0276) (0.0272) (0.2375) (0.2411) (0.0464) (0.0447) (0.2196) (0.2211)
secondary education 0.38997** 0.35787** 2.42159** 2.22618** 0.37608** 0.32070** 1.75873** 1.56582**
  (0.0597) (0.0553) (0.3251) (0.3113) (0.0577) (0.0591) (0.2797) (0.2869)
constant -0.60529** -0.58880** -8.19233** -8.14481** -0.59720** -0.63617** -6.36444** -6.64982**
  (0.1594) (0.1565) (1.638) (1.655) (0.1846) (0.1859) (1.107) (1.154)
 

Notes: Standard Errors in parentheses. Standard Errors are based on the Huber-White estimator for the variance-covariance matrix that adjusts for a correlation of unobserved characteristics within clusters. p-values: + p = 0.10; * p = 0.05; ** p = 0.01

 

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Empirical Assessments of Social Networks, Fertility and Family Planning Programs: Nonlinearities and their Implications
Hans-Peter Kohler, Jere R. Behrman, Susan Cotts Watkins
© 2000 Max-Planck-Gesellschaft ISSN 1435-9871
http://www.demographic-research.org/Volumes/Vol3/7