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Tables for this article by Michael Muthukrishna

Table 1. Regression of case trajectory on collectivism, tightness, and government efficiency (and interactions), controlling for GDP per capita, inequality, median age, and education, weighted by time (days).

Collectivism alone predicts 36% of the variance whereas tightness and government efficiency alone predict 4% and 7% of the variance. With interactions, tightness and government efficiency predict 15% of the variance. With controls, collectivism predicts 45% of the variance. We build on the data and code provided by Gelfand et al., but also control for education (average years of education for those over 15 from the V-Dem dataset.


Table 2. Regressions identical to those from Table 1, but with regional identifiers (continents)

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