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Table 7 Robustness of the results

From: How did medicaid expansions affect labor supply and welfare enrollment? Evidence from the early 2000s

Dependent variable Neighboring states High-poverly counties No time trend Clustering at state-level
Labor force participation rate - Post2*Treated −1.16** −1.19*** −1.24** −1.23**
(0.54) (0.45) (0.58) (0.61)
Average weekly hours - Post2*Treated −0.29** −0.24** −0.31** −0.28**
(0.014) (0.012) (0.015) (0.013)
Log (weekly wages)-Post2*Treated 0.012** 0.013** 0.014* 0.010**
(0.006) (0.007) (0.008) (0.005)
Log (food stamp enrollment)-Post2*Treated 0.0045** 0.0042** 0.0047** 0.0043**
(0.0022) (0.0020) (0.0023) (0.0021)
County demographics Yes Yes Yes Yes
County fixed-effects Yes Yes Yes Yes
County-specific time trend Yes Yes No Yes
N 2604 651 1232 1232
R2 0.45 0.47 0.44 0.46
  1. Standard errors are clustered by county except for last column and given in parantheses. *indicates p < 0.10, **indicates p < 0.0 ***indicates P < 0.01