Table 8
Establishment-level wage regression models, by region

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Establishment-level wage regression models, by region: Part 1
  Panel (A)
Atlantic region 1 Quebec Ontario Prairie provinces 2 British Columbia
  coefficient standard error coefficient standard error coefficient standard error coefficient standard error coefficient standard error
Establishment characteristics  
Export (yes = 1) 3 0.011 0.04 0.152 ** 0.015 0.048 ** 0.021 0.047 * 0.026 0.104 ** 0.033
Foreign-controlled (yes = 1) 3 0.304 ** 0.054 0.263 ** 0.022 0.133 ** 0.018 0.276 ** 0.03 0.249 ** 0.04
Log of plant size (employment)
Log of capital-to-labour ratio
Multi-plant status (yes = 1) 3
Metropolitan (yes = 1) 3
Worker characteristics  
Mean age
Mean education
Percent male
Percent non-visible-minority
Percent immigrant
Constant 10.2 ** 0.028 10.1 ** 0.014 10.5 ** 0.021 10.3 ** 0.025 10.4 ** 0.029
Establishment-level wage regression models, by region: Part 2
  Panel (A)
Atlantic region 1 Quebec Ontario Prairie provinces 2 British Columbia
Industry dummies Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
F-statistics 11.6 84.6 29.2 24.4 18.1
R-squared 0.15 0.214 0.132 0.187 0.174
Number of observations 358 1,984 1,204 676 491
Establishment-level wage regression models, by region: Part 3
  Panel (B)
Atlantic region 1 Quebec Ontario Prairie provinces 2 British Columbia
  coefficient standard error coefficient standard error coefficient standard error coefficient standard error coefficient standard error
Establishment characteristics  
Export (yes = 1) 3 -0.048 0.039 0.055 * 0.015 0.02 0.021 -0.02 0.027 0.085 * 0.035
Foreign-controlled (yes = 1) 3 0.167 * 0.048 0.133 * 0.021 0.081 * 0.017 0.174 * 0.033 0.123 * 0.039
Log of plant size (employment) 0.079 * 0.015 0.065 * 0.006 0.037 * 0.008 0.062 * 0.012 0.038 * 0.014
Log of capital-to-labour ratio 0.04 ** 0.023 0.132 * 0.024 0.053 * 0.022 0.127 * 0.034 0.069 ** 0.039
Multi-plant status (yes = 1) 3 0.098 * 0.038 0.097 * 0.017 0.021 0.018 0.069 * 0.029 0.111 * 0.033
Metropolitan (yes = 1) 3 0.12 * 0.036 0.091 * 0.014 0.049 * 0.02 0.003 0.03 -0.035 0.036
Worker characteristics  
Mean age 0.008 * 0.002 0.005 * 0.001 0.005 * 0.001 0.003 ** 0.002 0.01 * 0.003
Mean education 0.031 * 0.011 0.024 * 0.004 0.033 * 0.005 0.027 * 0.008 0.037 * 0.008
Percent male 0.302 * 0.061 0.229 * 0.022 0.326 * 0.033 0.121 * 0.039 0.193 * 0.065
Percent non-visible-minority -0.101 0.174 0.061 0.076 0.108 * 0.052 0.097 0.069 -0.012 0.081
Percent immigrant -0.038 0.12 -0.035 0.051 -0.055 0.044 -0.119 ** 0.061 -0.163 * 0.08
Constant 9.04 * 0.253 9.23 * 0.101 9.41 * 0.11 9.53 * 0.14 9.37 * 0.169
Establishment-level wage regression models, by region: Part 4
  Panel (B)
Atlantic region 1 Quebec Ontario Prairie provinces 2 British Columbia
Industry dummies Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
F-statistics 15.8 72.8 26.4 19.1 17.2
R-squared 0.359 0.369 0.278 0.313 0.316
Number of observations 358 1,984 1,204 676 491
1.
The Atlantic region includes the provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick.
2.
The Prairie provinces include Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta.
3.
yes=1 indicates the presence of the attribute.
Note(s):
Standard errors are heteroscedasticity-consistent and are also robust to possible clustering at the plant level; * significant at the .05 level; **significant at the .10 level.
Source(s):
Annual Survey of Manufactures (1999).
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