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Table 4 Average marginal effects of the significant probit model estimates

From: Investigating determinants of catastrophic health spending among poorly insured elderly households in urban Nigeria

Dependent Variable = 1, has CHE at 10 % of consumption expenditure, 0 otherwise
Determinants dy/dx Standard error
Household living standards: ref (1: poorest)
2.quintile_c −0.0444 (0.0306)
3.quintile_c −0.0935*** (0.0283)
4.quintile_c −0.115*** (0.0291)
Household size −0.0110*** (0.00269)
Female household head (ref: male) −0.210** (0.0783)
Education of household head (ref: no education) 0.0522* (0.0213)
Bednet use (ref: household uses untreated net)
Treated bednet use < 6 months 0.0594 (0.0305)
Treated bednet use > 6 months 0.110* (0.0497)
No bednet 0.0358 (0.0253)
Proportion of households with informal financing −0.0966*** (0.0188)
  1. Standard errors in parentheses
  2. NGHPS data, 2010 (urban elderly households sample)
  3. *p < 0.05 **p < 0.01 ***p < 0.001