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Table 3 Logistic regression results of home ownership (owned vs. not owned)

From: Housing inequality in urban China: the heritage of socialist institutional arrangements

  Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
Intercept − 0.78***
(0.16)
− 0.34+
(0.18)
− 0.67***
(0.17)
Householder’s age 0.01***
(0.00)
− 7.1e−05
(0.003)
0.01***
(0.00)
Householder’s education 0.08***
(0.01)
0.08***
(0.01)
0.08***
(0.01)
Family income per capita (10 thousand) 0.19***
(0.02)
0.19***
(0.02)
0.18***
(0.02)
Housing subsidies
 One-time subsidy 0.84***
(0.08)
0.83***
(0.08)
0.84*
(0.08)
 Monthly subsidies 0.15+
(0.08)
0.22**
(0.08)
0.16***
(0.08)
 None (ref.)
Family structure
 3 generations in hh 0.49***
(0.09)
0.50***
(0.09)
0.49***
(0.09)
 2 generations in hh 0.25***
(0.06)
0.26***
(0.06)
0.25***
(0.06)
 1 person hh − 0.74***
(0.08)
− 0.74***
(0.08)
− 0.74***
(0.08)
 Other type − 1.23***
(0.18)
− 1.27***
(0.18)
− 1.26***
(0.18)
1 generation (couple) in hh (ref.)
Householder’s work unit
 Government/party organization    0.17+
(0.10)
 Public institution    0.15*
(0.07)
 State-owned enterprise    0.20***
(0.05)
 Collectively owned enterprise    − 0.20*
(0.08)
 Self-employed laborer    0.01
(0.08)
 Unemployed    − 0.41***
(0.07)
 Private/other enterprise (ref.)
State-owned sector 0.29***
(0.04)
− 0.80***
(0.18)
 
State-owned sector* householder’s age   0.03***
(0.004)
 
N 18,150 18,150 18,150
− 2 Log likelihood 15,054.09 15,016.53 16,052.03
Nagelkerke R square 0.090 0.093 0.093
  1. Note: + p < .10,*p < .05, **p < .01, ***p < .001