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Table 3 Logit regressions of intergenerational resources on coresidence (odds ratio)

From: Socioeconomic statuses across generations and coresidence in China

  Parents’ resources model Children’s resources model Parent-children resources model Full model
Parents’ income (ref: high)
 No income 1.811 (.276)****   1.813 (.280)**** 1.856 (.286)****
 Low 1.365 (.176)**   1.286 (.173)* 1.215 (.163)
Parents’ education (ref: high) 1.629 (.179)****   1.435 (.165)*** 1.292 (.158)**
Children’s ISEI (ref: high)
 Low   2.204 (.275)**** 1.970 (.252)**** 1.930 (.232)****
 Others/missing   2.982 (.414)**** 2.831 (.399)**** 3.033 (.442)****
Children’s education (ref: high)   1.151 (.114) 1.112 (.114) 1.010 (.109)
Parents’ age (ref: 60–64)
 65–69     .818 (.103)
 70–74     .623 (.082)****
 75–79     .527 (.078)****
 80–110     .813 (.178)
Parents’ marital (ref: in marriage)
 Widowed mother     2.701 (.343)****
 Widowed father     1.645 (.259)***
Having an alive son (ref: none)     1.891 (.313)****
Having an alive daughter (ref : none)     .756 (.105)**
Having a single child (ref : none)     3.835 (.474)****
Size of housing     1.007 (.001)****
Parents’ self-rated health (ref: good)
 Fair     1.126 (.118)
 Poor     1.103 (.142)
 Traditional attitude     1.064 (.023)***
Residence (ref: rural)     1.051 (.141)
Constant .868 (.104) .758 (.076)**** .511 (.072)**** .060 (.025)****
F-test 12.39**** 26.91**** 17.01**** 18.01****
n 4471 4471 4471 4471
  1. *p < 0.1;**p < 0.05; ***p < 0.01; ****p < 0.001
  2. Note: 1. Odds ratios are reported in the table; numbers in parentheses are standard errors. 2. Since sampling weights and design effects were considered in model fitting, the pseudolikelihood estimation method was used. The Stata output did not provide likelihood ratio test statistics but only F ratio value