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Table 2. Vaccination Camps and Current Village Characteristics

.699∗∗∗ (.139) .0313∗∗∗ (.007) .0134∗∗ (.006)

.6864∗∗∗ (.14) .0314∗∗∗ (.007) .0131∗∗ (.006) .0188 (.024) .0142 (.021) .0697 (.075) .082 (.616) .0258 (.059) .1487 (.164)

.679∗∗∗ (.075) YES 4.29 1878 .18

.477 (.463) YES 4.15 1878 .18

(2)

State Fixed Effects F-Stat, State FE Equal Number of Observations R2

constant

Share Hindu

Ave. # Kids

Ave. Ideal Sex Ratio

Ave. # Durables

Ave. Mother Age

Ave Mother Educ

Distance to Other Source

Village Area (in 100 HA)

Explanatory Variables: Village Population

Dependent Variable: Number of Camps (1)

Notes: This table estimates whether there is evidence that camp placement is based on current village characteristics. An observation is a village, and the dependent variable is the average number of camps (top coded at 10).

standard errors in parentheses significant at 10%; ∗∗ significant at 5%;

∗∗∗

significant at 1%

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