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Table 6 Extensive margin of labor supply for employees with low and high earnings before retirement

From: Money also is sunny in a retiree’s world: financial incentives and work after retirement

  Earnings before retirement
Women Men
Low earnings High earnings Low earnings High earnings
Estimated ernings (log) 0.084 (0.045) 0.063 (0.039) 0.384** (0.129) 0.097 (0.110)
N 7441 7441 10.706 10,706
R2 0.365 0.273 0.283 0.171
  1. High earnings are defined as earnings from the last employment subject to social insurance contributions with earnings above the 75th percentile of all last earnings of employment subject to social insurance contributions. Low earnings are defined as earnings from the last employment subject to social insurance contributions with earnings less than 25th percentile of all last earnings of employment subject to social insurance contributions. List of covariates is the same as in Table 2. Standard errors in parentheses are computed by bootstrapping with 200 repetitions and clustered on the individual level. Data: SIAB 7514
  2. *p < 0.05
  3. **p < 0.01