Old Challenges, New Strategies: Women, Work, and Family in Contemporary Asia

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Each model in Table 5.10 has two statistics, bk and “EXP (Effect)” indicate an exponential form of effect. The latter is identical with bk in the following formula:

h (t) = ho[ BkXk (t)].

Therefore, 1.263 in the cell of “High-School” and “Model 1”, for example, shows that the hazard rate of high school graduates is estimated to be 1.263 times higher than that of junior high school graduates. See Allison (1984) and Yamaguchi (1991) for more on event history analysis.


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