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Table 2 Descriptive statistics of the invited and uninvited farmers

From: Does training location matter? Evidence from a randomized field experiment in Rural Indonesia

 AllInvited for trainingNon-invited for trainingMean difference invited vs non-invited for training
Household characteristics
 Age of household head45.48
(11.58)
44.35
(10.96)
46.57
(12.07)
− 2.22***
 Years of schooling of household head8.36
(3.39)
8.31
(3.23)
8.42
(3.55)
− 0.117
 No of adult in the family (15 – 64 years old)2.83
(1.11)
2.74
(1.064)
2.911
(1.14)
− 0.166**
 Log of cultivated farmland− 0.105
(0.748)
− 0.109
(.714)
− 0.101
(0.780)
0.008
 Log of estimated animal value10.59
(6.499)
10.519
(6.566)
10.661
(6.441)
− 0.141
 Log of farm income16.11
(1.24)
16.15
(1.21)
16.07
(1.26)
0.076
 Dummy of hired labor
(= 1 if yes)
0.80
(0.01)
0.809 (0.021)0.802
(0.0166)
0.00744
 Native
(= 1 if yes)
0.067
(0.251)
0.085
(0.279)
0.050
(0.218)
0.035**
 Second generation migrant
(= 1 if yes)
0.623
0.484
0.618
(0.486)
0.628
0.483
− 0.010
 No. of mobile phone1.608
(1.14)
1.57 (1.14)1.637
(1.139)
− 0.058
 No. of motorbike1.394
(0.932)
1.44
(0.988)
1.34
(0.87)
0.103*
Plot characteristics    
 Distance to farmland
(in minutes)
22.09
(46.16)
24.66
(62.01)
19.62
(21.88)
5.04
Community characteristics    
 Walking distance to unpaved road
(in minutes)
1.96
(5.18)
1.73
(3.97)
2.18
(6.10)
− 0.456
 Walking distance to paved road (in minutes)3.74
(7.37)
4.07
(7.97)
3.419
(6.74)
0.657
Total no of observation933357576 
  1. Standard deviations are in parentheses
  2. ***, **, and * signify statistical significance at the 1%, 5%, and 10% level, respectively