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Table 3 Results of the ordered logit regression to explain the extent to which businesses regret the cancellation of the Smiley scheme (95 observations)

From: Transparency systems: do businesses in North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany) regret the cancellation of the Smiley scheme?

Endogenous variable Coefficient Standard error 95% confidence interval p value
Exogenous variables
 Age .0149233 .0262162 − .0364595
.066306
0.569
 Gender (female) .8247034 .6349923 − .4198587
2.069266
0.194
 Risk attitude .2706688 .2440757 − .2077107
.7490483
0.267
 Competitor − .0312168 .0670552 − .1626426
.100209
0.642
 Revenue 1.135848 .2735963 .5996094
1.672087
0.000
 Award 1.224149 .323259 .5905734
1.857726
0.000
 Conscience − .7936022 .3485364 − 1.476721
−.1104833
0.023
 /cut1 .6350166 1.752255 − 2.799341
4.069374
 
 /cut2 2.366019 1.681233 − .929138
5.661175
 
 /cut3 3.462512 1.689228 .1516867
6.773338
 
 /cut4 6.003358 1.786122 2.502622
9.504093
 
  1. The null hypothesis of all coefficients being zero in the regression model (except the coefficient of the constant) is rejected by a likelihood ratio test (p = 0.0000). Pseudo R 2 = 0.2705