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Table 2 WTP for electricity

From: In gov we trust: the less we pay for improved electricity supply in Ghana

  (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)
Variables WTP WTP WTP WTP WTP WTP Marginal effects
Trust in Gov’t −0.29* −0.33** −0.38** −0.34** −0.37** −0.38** −0.05**
  (0.149) (0.150) (0.162) (0.162) (0.181) (0.192) (0.024)
Bid (ln)   −0.61*** −0.74*** −0.71*** −0.79*** −0.82*** −0.10***
   (0.209) (0.231) (0.225) (0.230) (0.234) (0.029)
Gender(Male)    1.08*** 1.08*** 1.05*** 1.03*** 0.13***
    (0.165) (0.166) (0.189) (0.197) (0.019)
Household Size     0.05* −0.02 −0.02 −0.002
     (0.029) (0.030) (0.033) (0.004)
MS_dum      1.54*** 1.31*** 0.16***
      (0.300) (0.316) (0.03)
Monthly_Income (ln)       0.89*** 0.11***
       (0.171) (0.018)
Constant 0.96*** 3.64*** 3.68*** 3.42*** 3.54*** −1.19  
  (0.148) (0.916) (1.013) (0.999) (1.028) (1.307)  
Community Dummies
Pseudo R2
Yes
0.07
Yes
0.09
Yes
0.21
Yes
0.22
Yes
0.35
Yes
0.44
Yes
Wald chi(6-11)
Log- pseudo likelihood
Observations
24.68***
−183.97
513
30.58***
−179.87
513
64.09***
−156.02
513
68.18***
−154.50
513
69.08***
−128.68
510
97.42***
−111.08
510
510
  1. Dependent variables: willingness-to-pay (WTP) responses for electricity
  2. Robust standard errors in parentheses
  3. *** p < 0.01, ** p < 0.05, * p < 0.1