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Table 5 Fractional regression model results

From: Linking earned income, psychological capital and social grant dependency: empirical evidence from rural KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) and implications for policy

PROP_EARNED_INCCoef.Robust std. err.zdy/exVIF
GENDER0.244*0.1461.6800.019*1.24
EDUCAT0.0130.0160.8300.0121.22
EXPERIE0.0070.0061.3000.0241.34
DEP_RT− 0.115*0.069− 1.670− 0.019*1.07
SOCG_YRS− 0.019**0.009− 2.180− 0.029**1.35
SOCG− 1.713***0.178− 9.620− 0.282***1.39
CREDIT0.0770.1350.5700.0061.08
MEM_SOC− 0.1050.127− 0.830− 0.0121.09
MEM_SCH0.431***0.1433.0100.040***1.29
LAND0.044**0.0172.5500.016**1.22
MKT_DIST− 0.0020.002− 0.960− 0.0181.11
LSTK_ASSETS0.0450.0421.0600.0321.12
PHY_ASSETS− 0.1350.099− 1.350− 0.1011.16
FT_CLU20.492***0.1473.3400.038***1.32
FT_CLU30.288*0.1681.7200.017*1.45
LOC_BUL− 0.616**0.259− 2.380− 0.013***1.33
LOC_TUG− 0.0900.206− 0.440− 0.0031.42
LOC_NDUM0.650***0.1703.8100.040***1.42
_cons0.2730.4250.640  
Number of obs446  Mean VIF1.26
Log pseudolikelihood− 184.8    
Pseudo R20.45    
  1. *, ** and *** denote significance level at 10%, 5% and 1%, respectively. Marginal effects are calculated as dy/ex since the response variable is already in a percentage scale