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    I need some help interpreting regression results. How do you interpret the effect of immigrant status on wages (when the model is Log wages regressed on immigrant dummy, and an immigrant dummy interaction)

    Here are the important numbers

    Immigrant -.095411Coefficient .0134239 SE

    Immigrant Interaction .0851195 COEF .0352153 SE

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    coefficient = d(logW)/dX = (dW/W)/dX
    = percentage change in W / change in X.

    The Coefficient of Immigrant is -.095411, which means that an immigrant earns .095411 or 9.5% less than a native born worker, ...

    Solution Summary

    The Coefficient of Immigrant is assessed. Immigrant interactions are examined.

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