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«IZA DP No. 8764 PAPER Voluntary Activities and Daily Happiness in the US J. Ignacio Gimenez-Nadal DISCUSSION Jose Alberto Molina January 2015 ...»

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25,601 25,601 25,601 25,601 25,143 25,143 25,143 25,143 Observations 0.060 0.054 0.034 0.032 0.061 0.054 0.034 0.033 R-squared Note: Sample consists of non-retired/non-students respondents between 21-65 years old from the ATUS 2010 Well-being Module. Robust standard errors in parentheses. Columns (1) and (3) refer to OLS models for the net-affect and u-index respectively, considering all the activities. Columns (2) and (4) refer to RE models for the net-affect and u-index respectively, considering all the activities. Columns (5) and (7) refer to OLS models for the net-affect and u-index respectively, excluding episodes of voluntary activities. Columns (6) and (8) refer to RE models for the net-affect and u-index respectively, excluding episodes of voluntary activities. We also include day-of-week dummies in all of the regressions (ref.: Friday), variable dummies to control for residence in the Northeast, Midwest and South (ref.: West.), and the time of the day (e.g., time band) and its square * Significant at the 10% level ** Significant at the 5% level *** Significant at the 1% level.

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25,601 25,601 25,601 25,601 25,143 25,143 25,143 25,143 Observations 0.059 0.054 0.034 0.035 0.061 0.054 0.034 0.035 R-squared Note: Sample consists of non-retired/non-students respondents between 21-65 years old from the ATUS 2010 Well-being Module. Robust standard errors in parentheses. Columns (1) and (3) refer to OLS models for the net-affect and u-index respectively, considering all the activities. Columns (2) and (4) refer to RE models for the net-affect and u-index respectively, considering all the activities. Columns (5) and (7) refer to OLS models for the net-affect and u-index respectively, excluding episodes of voluntary activities. Columns (6) and (8) refer to RE models for the net-affect and u-index respectively, excluding episodes of voluntary activities. We also include day-of-week dummies in all of the regressions (ref.: Friday), variable dummies to control for residence in the Northeast, Midwest and South (ref.: West.), and the time of the day (e.g., time band) and its square * Significant at the 10% level ** Significant at the 5% level *** Significant at the 1% level.

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12,928 12,928 12,928 12,928 12,612 12,612 12,612 12,612 Observations 0.082 0.075 0.056 0.037 0.084 0.075 0.058 0.033 R-squared Note: Sample consists of non-retired/non-students respondents between 21-65 years old from the ATUS 2010 Well-being Module. Robust standard errors in parentheses. Columns (1) and (3) refer to OLS models for the net-affect and u-index respectively, considering all the activities. Columns (2) and (4) refer to RE models for the net-affect and u-index respectively, considering all the activities. Columns (5) and (7) refer to OLS models for the net-affect and u-index respectively, excluding episodes of voluntary activities. Columns (6) and (8) refer to RE models for the net-affect and u-index respectively, excluding episodes of voluntary activities. We also include day-of-week dummies in all of the regressions (ref.: Friday), variable dummies to control for residence in the Northeast, Midwest and South (ref.: West.), and the time of the day (e.g., time band) and its square * Significant at the 10% level ** Significant at the 5% level *** Significant at the 1% level.

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25,601 25,601 25,143 25,143 25,601 25,601 25,143 25,143 Observations 0.056 0.036 0.036 0.017 0.058 0.080 0.052 0.033 R-squared Note: Sample consists of non-retired/non-students respondents between 21-65 years old from the ATUS 2010 Well-being Module. Robust standard errors in parentheses. Columns (1) and (2) show the IV 2SLS results for the net-affect and u-index respectively, when deduction for charitable gifts is used as instrument. Columns (3) and (4) show the G2SLS randon-effect results for the net-affect and u-index respectively, when deduction for charitable gifts is used as instrument. Columns (5) and (6) show the IV 2SLS results for the net-affect and u-index respectively, when deduction for charitable gifts and the number of nonprofit instituions per 10,000 inhabitants are used as instrument. Columns (7) and (8) show the G2SLS randon-effect results for the net-affect and u-index respectively, when deduction for charitable gifts and the number of nonprofit instituions per 10,000 inhabitants inhabitants are used as instrument. We also include day-of-week dummies in all of the regressions (ref.: Friday), variable dummies to control for residence in the Northeast, Midwest and South (ref.: West.), and the time of the day (e.g., time band) and its square * Significant at the 10% level ** Significant at the 5% level *** Significant at the 1% level.

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Note: Sample consists of episodes from non-retired/non-students respondents between 21-65 years old from the ATUS 2010 Well-being Module. Means are computed using the original weights included in the survey. For time in the different activities, we consdier the information at the diary level, taking the total time devoted to the reference activity during the day. We show the difference in time use and happiness between volunteers and non-volunteers, and in parenthesis the p-value of the difference based on a t-test type test.

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0.385 -0.071 Difference Volunteering/Non-Volunteering Note: Sample consists of non-retired/non-students respondents between 21-65 years old from the ATUS 2010 Well-being Module. Standard deviations in parentheses. Activity weights are used and computed as the proportion of the activity out of the total waking time.



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