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Table 3 Effect of C-section delivery on labour supply/ productivity loss

From: Economic consequences of caesarean section delivery: evidence from a household survey in Tanzania

Dependent variable Hours of hospitalisation Log of hours of hospitalisation Days of hospitalisation Log of days of hospitalisation
  All Public facilities All Public facilities All Public facilities All Public facilities
C-section delivery 50.99***
(5.629)
46.91***
(5.859)
0.859***
(0.114)
0.782***
(0.119)
2.125***
(0.235)
1.955***
(0.244)
0.540***
(0.059)
0.496***
(0.062)
Mean of dep. Variable 29.469 29.318 2.758 2.755 1.23 1.221 0.626 0.625
R-squared 0.135 0.122 0.074 0.065 0.135 0.122 0.115 0.101
No. of observations 2412 2173 2412 2173 2412 2173 2412 2173
  1. Notes: Robust standard errors in parentheses; The reference group is women who delivered in a health facility with a normal delivery; Adjusted covariates include age, marital status, religion, parity, education level, occupation, insurance status, household size, household wealth status, and place of residence; * p < 0.10, ** p < 0.05, *** p < 0.01