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Table 2 Linear regression models

From: Do we need disasters to adopt more environmental policies?

Dep. variable: ln(REP)  
  (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Variables FE FE FE LSDV PSM
Chernobyl 0.399*** 0.116 0.109 0.110 0.094
  (0.075) (0.109) (0.165) (0.189) (0.093)
Ibaraki 1.609*** 1.070*** 1.091*** 1.225*** 1.035***
  (0.108) (0.151) (0.236) (0.159) (0.137)
Fukushima 0.728*** 0.356*** 0.356** − 0.135 0.269***
  (0.068) (0.083) (0.155) (0.126) (0.084)
GDP p.c. (in logs)   1.346***   0.291 0.574**
   (0.430)   (0.183) (0.274)
Total Capacity Mw (in logs)   − 0.112***   − 0.043** − 0.058**
   (0.032)   (0.019) (0.027)
Renewables gen. (in logs)   0.205*   0.051 0.165**
   (0.115)   (0.038) (0.069)
Energy price (in logs)   0.525***   0.223*** 0.542***
   (0.159)   (0.072) (0.152)
Established Democratic    0.045** 0.038*** 0.020***
    (0.018) (0.008) (0.005)
Autonomous Region    0.221 0.131 0.150
    (0.281) (0.104) (0.172)
Party orientation = C    − 0.069 − 0.031 − 0.024
    (0.079) (0.065) (0.055)
Party orientation = L    − 0.034 0.031 0.017
    (0.063) (0.037) (0.069)
Pre-sample Mean      0.468
      (0.335)
Constant 0.282*** − 15.834*** − 1.169** − 4.591*** − 9.145***
  (0.077) (3.517) (0.547) (1.692) (2.509)
Observations 1,224 1,057 1,063 955 955
R2 0.773 0.821 0.800 0.857  
R2 adj. 0.772 0.820 0.799 0.845  
Number of countries 34 33 33 32 32
Year dummies No No No Yes No
Fixed effects Yes Yes Yes Yes No
  1. Note: All regressions include robust standard errors.
  2. Standard errors in parentheses
  3. ***p < 0.01, **p < 0.05, *p < 0.1