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Table 2 The influence of women’s marital power on intergenerational resource allocation in the family N = 1139

From: Marital power, spousal relationship, and intergenerational support

Variable Model 1 Economic support to paternal parents Model 2 Economic support to maternal parents
Wife’s marital power − .10+ (.05) .01 (.06)
Wife’s age .02* (.01) − .01 (.01)
Wife’s education level .21* (.09) .10 (.10)
Education gap between husband and wife − .23** (.07) − .10 (.07)
Household income (10,000 RMB) .03** (.01) .08* (.04)
Economic support to paternal parents (compared to “a little”)
 Some .12 (.16)   
 Quite a lot .43 (.38)   
Economic support to maternal parents (compared to “a little”)
 Some    .06 (.14)
 Quite a lot    .38 (.37)
Coresidence with parents .21 (.21) − .30 (.19)
Husband’s siblings .05 (.04)   
Wife’s siblings    .06 (.05)
Hukou .15 (.19) − .09 (.19)
Region (compared to “central”)
 East .32+ (.16) .42* (.17)
 West .18 0.20) − .06 (.19)
Pseudo R2 .02 .02
  1. Marital power and spousal relationship are divided by 10 to simplify explanations. + p < 0.01; *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001. Values in brackets are standard errors