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«Abstract This study analyzes how parental investment responds to a low birth weight (LBW) outcome and finds important differences in investment ...»

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spacing dummies, indicator for male child, indicator for mother's marital status, indicator for father's presence in the home, number of siblings in the home, and total family income. Standard errors clustered at the mother level are in parentheses. *,**, and *** denote statistical significance at the 10%,5%, and 1% level, respectively.

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Note.—See note in Table 2 for control variables included but not shown. Sample sizes for HOME regressions in Panel A, B, C, and D are 33,141, 21,315, 14,886, and 21,582, respectively. Standard errors clustered at the mother level are in parentheses. *,**, and *** denote statistical significance at the 10%,5%, and 1% level, respectively.

Table 4: Non-Linear Effects of Education and Income on Heterogenous Investment Behavior

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Number of Child-Year Observations 36,201 34,316 32,448 Note.—Control variables included but not shown: child's year of birth dummies, mother's age at child's birth dummies, interview year dummies, birth order dummies, birth spacing dummies, indicator for male, indicator for mother's marital status, indicator for father's presence in the home, number of siblings in the home, and dummies for total family income quartiles. Standard errors clustered at the mother level are in parentheses. *,**, and *** denote statistical significance at the 10%,5%, and 1% level, respectively.

Table 5: The Heterogeneous Impact of Child Endowments on At-Risk Levels of Investment

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Number of Child-Year Observations 36,201 34,316 32,448 Note.—Control variables included but not shown: child's year of birth dummies, mother's age at child's birth dummies, interview year dummies, birth order dummies, birth spacing dummies, indicator for male, indicator for mother's marital status, indicator for father's presence in the home, number of siblings in the home, and dummies for total family income quartiles.

Standard errors clustered at the mother level are in parentheses. *,**, and *** denote statistical significance at the 10%,5%, and 1% level, respectively.

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Number of Child-Year Observations 36,201 34,316 32,448 Note.—Control variables not shown include child's year of birth dummies, mother's age at child's birth dummies, and interview year dummies.

Standard errors clustered at the mother level are in parentheses. *,**, and *** denote statistical significance at the 10%,5%, and 1% level, respectively.



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