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Table 3 Effect of eligibility on CSG receipt: First Stage 2SLS, Fixed effect 2SLS estimation

From: The effect of cash transfers on mental health – new evidence from South Africa

 (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)
 First Stage 2SLS without covariatesFirst Stage 2SLS with covariatesFirst Stage FE without covariatesFirst Stage FE with covariatesFirst Stage FE MaleFirst Stage FE Female
CSG eligible child0.833***0.723***0.712***0.644***0.636***0.643***
 (0.006)(0.011)(0.014)(0.016)(0.022)(0.017)
Male −0.021***    
  (0.004)    
Age 0.001 0.011**0.0020.014**
  (0.001) (0.005)(0.011)(0.006)
Age Squared −0.000** −0.000*0.000−0.000***
  (0.000) (0.000)(0.000)(0.000)
Age under 19 −0.007 0.012−0.0030.017
  (0.007) (0.011)(0.018)(0.014)
Economic decision maker 0.003 −0.001−0.000−0.002
  (0.005) (0.005)(0.012)(0.007)
Household Size −0.001 0.010***0.014***0.008***
  (0.003) (0.003)(0.004)(0.003)
Negative Event −0.010 0.0050.0020.007
  (0.008) (0.009)(0.014)(0.009)
Neighbourhood Theft 0.003 −0.001−0.0020.000
  (0.002) (0.002)(0.003)(0.003)
Attrition −0.010 −0.0050.013−0.014
  (0.008) (0.009)(0.012)(0.011)
Constant−0.038***− 0.040    
 (0.007)(0.026)    
YearYESYESYESYESYESYES
Other Government SupportNOYESNOYESYESYES
Child Age DummyNOYESNOYESYESYES
ProvinceNOYESNOYESYESYES
RegionNOYESNOYESYESYES
Observations28,77328,77328,77328,773914719,626
Individuals  10,92510,92537237202
R-squared0.4430.4820.2770.3050.3490.286
  1. The outcome variable is a binary variable indicating if the individual lives in a CSG-receiving household or not; PSU clustered standard errors are in parenthesis; *** p < 0.01, ** p < 0.05, * p < 0.1