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Arellano, O. M. 2. 73(42) Notes: (i) Time dummies are included in all equations. (ii) Figures in parentheses are t-ratios. (iii) D1tϭ1 if at least one child less than six years old is present. (iv) D2tϭ1 if at least one child older than ﬁve and younger than ten years old is present. (iv) S is the chi-squared test statistic of overidentifying restrictions. (v) Estimates in cols. (1) and (2) use variables dated tϪ 2 and less as instruments, while the estimates in col. (2) use only variables dated at most t Ϫ3.
278 1,936 Notes: (i) Wages are average hourly earnings. (ii) D1ϭ1 if at least one child less than six years old is present. (iii) D2ϭ1 if at least one child older than ﬁve and younger than ten years old is present. (iv) The “samples of participants in previous periods” includes participants and non-participants conditional on participation in the previous years available in the data. 1. 43 Autoregressive models Table A2. 98(42) Notes: (i) Time dummies are included in all equations. (ii) Figures in parentheses are t-ratios.
38 M. Arellano, O. M. Labeaga these estimates do not correct for selectivity, but given the low conditional non-participation rates in the samples we would not expect them to diﬀer substantially from those with selectivity corrections. The estimates shown in the remaining two columns are based on Heckman’s estimates of the reduced-form coeﬃcients. 3 use the same moments as the ones in the ﬁrst columns, and as expected the diﬀerences between the two sets of estimates are small. Finally, the estimates in the third columns are also based on Heckman’s estimates of the reduced form, but only use instrumental variables dated t–3 or less.