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Table 4 Logit regressions of intergenerational resources on coresidence by residence

From: Socioeconomic statuses across generations and coresidence in China

  Rural areas Urban areas
Odds ratio SE Odds ratio SE
Parents’ income (ref: high)
 No income 2.725**** .218 1.550** .202
 Low 1.656*** .177 1.012 .206
Parents’ education (ref: high) 1.317* .165 1.312* .163
Children’s ISEI (ref: high)
 Low 2.050**** .186 1.902**** .167
 Others/Missing 3.574**** .266 2.774**** .166
Children’s education (ref: high) 1.018 .144 1.064 .163
Parents’ age (ref: 60–64)
 65–69 .710** .156 1.034 .185
 70–74 .585*** .177 .683* .204
 75–79 .587** .207 .476**** .191
 80–110 .650 .324 1.034 .234
Parents’ marital (ref: in marriage)
 Widowed mother 3.410**** .211 2.145**** .150
 Widowed father 1.621*** .184 1.755* .287
Having an alive son (ref: none) 2.559**** .222 1.515* .219
Having an alive daughter (ref: none) .845 .210 .666** .191
Having a single child (ref: none) 3.700**** .166 4.178**** .171
Size of housing 1.007**** .001 1.008**** .001
Parents’ self-rated health (ref: good)
 Fair 1.067 .168 1.172 .139
 Poor .882 .164 1.500** .188
Traditional attitude 1.049 .033 1.094*** .029
Constant .043**** .623**** .055**** .473
F-test 14.2**** 12.46****
n 2372 2099
  1. *p < 0.1;**p < 0.05; ***p < 0.01; ****p < 0.001