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Table 6 Seqlogit models predicting strategy selection (N = 1563)

From: Do deep pockets have more political influence?—the size of private enterprises and their strategy selection in resolving administrative disputes

  Model 7 Model 8 Model 9 Model 10
  C2 C3 C4 C5 vs C1 C3 C4 C5 vs C2 C4 C5 vs C3 C5 vs C4
Tax (ln) − 0.143 (0.109) 0.136 (0.099) 0.051 (0.157) 0.311 (0.195)
Square of tax (ln) 0.025 (0.016) − 0.036** (0.014) − 0.001 (0.024) − 0.047 (0.029)
CCP − 0.263+ (0.148) 0.209+ (0.126) 0.022 (0.206) − 0.493+ (0.266)
Political connection 0.236 (0.152) − 0.060 (0.132) − 0.256 (0.214) − 0.015 (0.264)
Association − 0.063 (0.149) − 0.085 (0.131) − 0.620** (0.213) − 0.169 (0.247)
Establishment
 1993–2002 0.379+ (0.214) − 0.317 (0.200) 0.441 (0.307) 0.546 (0.393)
 2003–2006 0.309 (0.244) − 0.258 (0.230) 0.319 (0.354) 0.472 (0.444)
 Employment(ln) 0.092 (0.059) − 0.101+ (0.052) 0.033 (0.088) − 0.173 (0.107)
Region
 Middle 0.359 (0.241) − 0.775*** (0.225) − 0.807* (0.337) − 0.266 (0.411)
 West − 0.144 (0.295) − 0.575* (0.291) 0.406 (0.478) 0.700 (0.527)
 Private economy 0.055 (0.065) − 0.087 (0.064) − 0.059 (0.107) 0.024 (0.122)
 GDP/100 (hundred million) 0.028 (0.019) − 0.038* (0.017) 0.003 (0.028) − 0.001 (0.033)
 Other CVs Yes Yes Yes Yes
 Constant 0.569 (0.554) 1.674** (0.540) 1.041 (0.852) 0.447 (0.993)
  1. Robust standard error in parentheses
  2. Other CVs include sexuality, gender, age, and education level
  3. ***p < .001; **p < .01; *p < 0.05; +p < 0.1