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A. Table, Instrumenting perceived job insecurity ? Coefficients on control variables Dependent variable : Job insecurity Coeff S

J. Pressure, 034) Moderate job pressure -.153*** (.034) Decision latitude (Ref : Low decision latitude) High decision latitude -.134*** (.036) Moderate decision latitude, 086** (.044) Reward (Ref : Low reward) High reward -.337*** (.039) Moderate reward -.157*** (.034) Skill discretion .049 (.034) Controls for country dummies yes yes Controls for industry dummies yes yes Observations, p.749