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Ave. Income (Durables)

.4453∗∗

.4463

(.214)

(.214)

.1373

.1329

(.071)

(.072)

.019

.0179∗∗

(.117)

(.118)

1.081

.93

(.66)

(.74)

YES

YES

359

359

.31

.31

Ave. Mother’s Educ

Total Kids

constant

State FE Number of Observations R2

Table 3. Camps and 1992 District Vaccination Characteristics Dependent Variable: Ave. Number of Camps (by District)

.033 (.069) .0038 (.205)

.0019 (.03)

.0112 (.024)

(1)

(2)

Explanatory Variables: Gender Diff in Vacc, 1992

Average Vacc, 1992

Gender Diff in Vacc, 1992, Sq.

Average Vacc, 1992, Sq.

.0324 (.069) .0873 (.061)

Notes: The table estimates whether there is any evidence for camp placement being based on existing gender differences in vaccination. An observation is a district and the de- pendent variable is the average number of camps among villages in that district. The independent variable of interest is the difference in vaccination rates across genders in that state in 1992. The regressions are weighted by the number of children in each dis- trict. standard errors in parentheses

significant at 10%; ∗∗ significant at 5%;

∗∗∗

significant at 1%

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