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Table 8 Sensitivity test: Results from OLS regression of unemployment, by bad/fair health and covariates

From: Unemployment and health selection in diverging economic conditions: Compositional changes? Evidence from 28 European countries

  2007 2011
A. Crisis   
 Estonia 0.015*** (0.004) 0.030*** (0.007)
 Greece 0.012** (0.005) 0.016** (0.007)
 Ireland 0.004 (0.005) 0.009 (0.009)
 Latvia 0.022*** (0.005) 0.032*** (0.007)
 Lithuania 0.012** (0.005) 0.029*** (0.007)
 Spain 0.021*** (0.003) 0.014** (0.005)
B. Mild crisis   
 Bulgaria 0.033** (0.009) 0.024*** (0.006)
 Cyprus 0.010** (0.005) 0.009 (0.006)
 Denmark 0.024*** (0.005) 0.027*** (0.006)
 Hungary 0.012** (0.004) 0.038*** (0.004)
 Iceland 0.016*** (0.004) 0.001 (0.009)
 Portugal 0.017** (0.006) 0.030*** (0.006)
 Slovenia 0.034*** (0.006) 0.047*** (0.007)
 U.K. 0.005* (0.003) 0.010** (0.003)
C. Small increase   
 Czech Republic 0.030*** (0.004) 0.022*** (0.004)
 France 0.018*** (0.004) 0.018*** (0.004)
 Italy 0.013*** (0.002) 0.024*** (0.003)
 Slovakia 0.013** (0.005) 0.025*** (0.005)
 Sweden 0.023*** (0.005) 0.031*** (0.006)
D. No crisis   
 Austria 0.040*** (0.004) 0.051*** (0.004)
 Belgium 0.053*** (0.005) 0.042*** (0.006)
 Finland 0.031*** (0.006) 0.033*** (0.006)
 Germany 0.045*** (0.003) 0.045*** (0.003)
 Luxembourg 0.034*** (0.006) 0.031*** (0.004)
 Norway 0.010** (0.004) 0.018*** (0.005)
 Netherlands 0.009*** (0.003) 0.010** (0.003)
 Poland 0.008** (0.004) 0.016*** (0.004)
 Romania 0.003 (0.004) 0.002 (0.003)
  1. Significance level
  2. *** = 0.01 ** = 0.05 * = 0.1 NS/(empty) = > 0.1
  3. Covariates
  4. Gender dummy, marital status dummy, two educational level dummies, and five age dummies (ref.: 36–45 years)
  5. Only bad/fair health coefficients shown. Full models available on request