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Review of Economics of the Household

, Volume 11, Issue 1, pp 53–54 | Cite as

Erratum to: Spillover effects of maternal education on child’s health and health behavior

  • Daniel Kemptner
  • Jan Marcus
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Erratum to: Rev Econ Household DOI 10.1007/s11150-012-9161-x

Unfortunately, the upper part of Table 6 has been repeated in table’s lower part erroneously in the original publication.

The corrected version of Table 6 is shown here.
Table 6

The effect of maternal education on adolescents’ outcomes—robustness and channels

Outcomes

Robustness

Channels

[Add. controls]

[Dummies]

[+Only child]

[1–3 Siblings]

[2SLS]

[Mating]

[Income]

[Ch. educ.]

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

Daughters

Smoker

−0.070**

(0.029)

−0.061**

(0.030)

−0.093***

(0.023)

−0.110***

(0.035)

−0.062*

(0.034)

−0.064

(0.040)

−0.083***

(0.030)

−0.019

(0.040)

Overweight

0.041

(0.034)

−0.002

(0.032)

0.059*

(0.031)

0.049

(0.068)

−0.001

(0.028)

0.065

(0.042)

0.052

(0.035)

0.046

(0.037)

No sport

−0.083***

(0.029)

−0.073**

(0.036)

−0.070**

(0.035)

−0.085*

(0.048)

−0.071*

(0.037)

−0.072

(0.048)

−0.074**

(0.037)

−0.077**

(0.032)

Poorer health

−0.017

(0.049)

−0.015

(0.039)

−0.017

(0.050)

−0.004

(0.093)

−0.016

(0.040)

−0.044

(0.055)

−0.009

(0.054)

−0.009

(0.053)

Sons

Smoker

0.017

(0.081)

0.031

(0.049)

−0.057

(0.052)

0.025

(0.094)

0.034

(0.050)

0.066

(0.107)

0.037

(0.067)

0.000

(0.075)

Overweight

−0.001

(0.072)

−0.007

(0.057)

−0.065

(0.048)

0.090**

(0.041)

−0.010

(0.046)

0.002

(0.113)

−0.000

(0.078)

−0.033

(0.073)

No sport

−0.020

(0.079)

−0.092***

(0.032)

−0.010

(0.060)

0.045

(0.097)

−0.101**

(0.050)

−0.050

(0.128)

−0.052

(0.059)

−0.058

(0.058)

Poorer health

0.039

(0.081)

−0.008

(0.061)

0.007

(0.076)

−0.052

(0.084)

−0.006

(0.053)

0.015

(0.140)

0.026

(0.093)

0.022

(0.091)

See specification 6 in Table 5. Specification 7 includes additional controls for maternal health, health behavior and fertility. Specification 8 rests upon dummies for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6+ siblings as instruments. Specification 9 includes also mothers without siblings, while specification 10 only considers mothers with 1, 2 or 3 siblings. Specification 11 is estimated with two-stage least squares. Specification 12 controls for the years of education of the mother’s partner, specification 13 includes the logarithm of a 5 years average of household income and specification 14 controls for whether the child is on an academic track school. * p < 0.1; ** p < 0.05; *** p < 0.01

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.DIW BerlinBerlinGermany

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