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Table 8. Regional Relationship Between Levels and Di erence in Vaccination

Dependent Variable: Boy Vacc - Girl Vacc

(1)

(2)

Explanatory Variables: Average Vacc.

Average Vacc. Sq.

Ave. Mother Educ.

Ave. Income (durables)

Year

Urban Type

  • #

    Older Brothers

    • #

      Older Sisters

constant

Number of Observations R2

.0477∗∗ (.021)

.0102 (.017) .1091∗∗ (.055)

.0062 (.011) .1132∗∗∗ (.041)

.1242 (.128) .164 (.114) 12.505 (22.723)

5142 .01

.1414∗∗ (.068) .0233∗∗∗ (.008) .0003∗∗∗ (.017) .1058 (.055) .0067(.011) .1152 (.041) .1328∗∗∗ (.128) .1845 (.115) 13.162 (22.707) 5142 .01

Notes: This table estimates the relationship between average vaccination level and gender difference in vaccination. An observation is a cluster in the survey. The dependent variable is the vaccination average for boys minus that for girls. The independent variables of interest are the average vaccination level and that variable squared. These are intended to proxy for the cost of these investments. standard errors in parentheses

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

∗∗∗

significant at 1%

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