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Table 4 Heterogeneous effects of sibling sex composition on years of schooling, by gender

From: Sibling sex composition, intrahousehold resource allocation, and educational attainment in China

Independent variables Model (1) Model (2) Model(3)
Have urban hukou 2.136*** (0.230) 2.155*** (0.235) 2.139*** (0.229)
Han ethnic group 0.917*** (.313) 0.929*** (0.312) 0.934*** (0.312)
Age −0.059*** (.006) −0.059*** (0.008) −0.058*** (0.009)
Female −0.654* (0.333) −1.006*** (0.255) −1.908*** (0.332)
Parental educational level 0.236*** (0.024) 0.237*** (0.025) 0.237*** (0.024)
Father’s ISEI 0.009 (.006) 0.010 (0.006) 0.009 (0.006)
Father’s ISEI missing −0.975*** (0.171) −0.981*** (0.168) −0.979*** (0.171)
Father was a member of CCP 0.489** (0.214) 0.466** (0.216) 0.497** (0.215)
Sibling number −0.180*** (0.043) −0.205*** (0.049) −0.217*** (0.044)
Ranking among siblings at birth 0.154*** (0.040) 0.153*** (0.040) 0.157*** (0.040)
Have brother(s) 0.020 (0.201)   
Have brother(s) × female −1.043*** (0.334)   
Have sister(s)   0.441 (.268)  
Have sister(s) × female   −0.717** (0.318)  
Ratio of female siblings    0.972** (0.436)
Ratio of female siblings × Female    0.143 (0.656)
Constant 8.777*** (.560) 8.487*** (0.696) 8.509*** (0.660)
R 2 0.357 0.355 0.357
N 5,271 5,271 5,271
  1. Data are weighted according to the sampling probabilities. Standard error for clustering robustness in parentheses. *p < 0.1; **p < 0.05; ***p < 0.01.