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Table 3 Two part model results for adolescent smoking

From: Exploring the intergenerational persistence of health behaviour: an empirical study of smoking from China

Variables Smoking (=1) Number of cigarettes smoked per day
(1) (2)
Mother smoker (=1) 0.022** 0.257
(0.010) (0.266)
Father smoker (=1) 0.026*** 0.432
(0.007) (0.263)
Age 0.124** −4.928***
(0.061) (1.861)
Age square −0.003* 0.151***
(0.002) (0.057)
Female (=1) −0.091*** 0.051
(0.016) (0.408)
Living in rural area (=1) 0.007 −0.148
(0.006) (0.219)
Mother’s age −0.001 0.001
(0.001) (0.030)
Father’s age 0.001 −0.016
(0.001) (0.022)
Mother’s education year 0.000 0.006
(0.001) (0.030)
Father’s education year −0.002** 0.000
(0.001) (0.023)
Mother’s employment type: Farmer 0.009 −0.929***
(0.014) (0.277)
 Collective owned enterprises 0.008 −0.142
(0.010) (0.381)
 Private or foreign enterprises 0.001 −0.439*
(0.012) (0.224)
 Government or state owned −0.001 −1.015**
(0.013) (0.421)
 Other employment 0.027 −0.095
(0.022) (0.260)
Father’s employment type: Farmer −0.003 0.775***
(0.014) (0.270)
 Collective owned enterprises −0.014 −0.287
(0.010) (0.221)
 Private or foreign enterprises −0.009 −0.268
(0.012) (0.258)
 Government or state owned enterprises −0.011 −0.071
(0.011) (0.223)
 Other employment 0.001 0.734**
(0.022) (0.353)
Annual household income per capita 0.000 0.000
(0.000) (0.000)
Middle region −0.017*** −0.037
(0.005) (0.171)
East region −0.023*** −0.279
(0.007) (0.304)
Year Dummies Yes Yes
N 4368 133
  1. Notes: (1) ***, ** and * denote statistical significance at 1%, 5% and 10% level, respectively. (2) The reported statistics are marginal effects, with clustered standard errors (at the household level) shown in parentheses