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Table 3 Count data regressions. Dep. variable: REP

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

  (6) (7) (8)
  NBREG NBREG NBREG
Chernobyl 0.540*** 0.565*** 0.453***
  (0.141) (0.141) (0.119)
Ibaraki 1.140*** 1.131*** 0.958***
  (0.080) (0.083) (0.074)
Fukushima 0.035 0.023 − 0.015
  (0.050) (0.051) (0.048)
GDP p.c. (in logs) 1.075*** 1.117*** 1.243***
  (0.261) (0.264) (0.269)
Total Capacity (in logs) − 0.110*** − 0.088*** − 0.098***
  (0.033) (0.034) (0.030)
Renewables gen. (in logs) 0.144***   0.064
  (0.049)   (0.044)
Gen. share of Renewables (in %)   0.014*  
   (0.007)  
Energy price (in logs) 1.055*** 1.074*** 1.163***
  (0.093) (0.092) (0.098)
Established Democracy 0.016*** 0.018*** 0.019***
  (0.006) (0.007) (0.006)
Autonomous Region 0.341** 0.446*** 0.263*
  (0.167) (0.160) (0.150)
Party orientation = C 0.062 0.058 0.017
  (0.078) (0.077) (0.078)
Party orientation = L 0.075** 0.077** 0.088***
  (0.034) (0.033) (0.031)
REP psm    2.707**
    (1.143)
Constant − 15.985*** − 15.666*** − 18.099***
  (2.415) (2.431) (2.451)
Observations 955 955 955
Number of countries 32 32 32
Fixed effects yes yes yes
LL − 1953 − 1955 − 1944
  1. Note: All regressions include robust standard errors
  2. Standard errors in parentheses
  3. ***p < 0.01, **p < 0.05, *p < 0.1