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Table 2 Results from the concentration index

From: A method for measuring spatial effects on socioeconomic inequalities using the concentration index

 Men 2015–16Women 2015–6
Probit
(A)
Spatial probit
(B)
Probit
(C)
Spatial probit
(D)
Need factorsAny STI last 12 monthElasticity−0.0017− 0.00170.01040.0100
CI−0.0548−0.0548− 0.0477− 0.0477
Contribution0.00010.0001−0.0005−0.0005
Genital sore/ulcerElasticity0.00140.00180.04180.0418
CI−0.0414−0.0414−0.0036− 0.0036
Contribution−0.0001−0.0001− 0.0002−0.0002
Genital dischargeElasticity0.00300.00260.00540.0040
CI−0.0642−0.0642−0.0714− 0.0714
Contribution−0.0002−0.0002− 0.0004−0.0003
Non-need factorsLiteracyElasticity0.00980.0093−0.0200−0.0211
CI0.11330.11330.12080.1208
Contribution0.00110.0011−0.0024−0.0025
EducationElasticity0.10010.09760.04380.0447
CI0.13520.13520.15140.1514
Contribution0.01350.01320.00660.0068
MarriageElasticity0.46800.46760.06520.0656
CI−0.0557−0.05570.00140.0014
Contribution−0.0261− 0.02600.00010.0001
WealthElasticity0.02270.01840.02040.0087
CI0.23970.23970.28700.2870
Contribution0.00540.00440.00580.0025
Inequality due to need−0.0002−0.0002−0.0010−0.0009
Inequality due to non-need−0.0060−0.00740.01010.0068
Horizontal inequity −0.0057−0.00570.01030.0102
Goodness of fit (Pearson Chi2) 942.73 13,860.59