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If I have a logged dependent variable and an independent variable that is a percentage, how do I interpret the coefficients?

IVIUULI 1. PUUICU ULO, Ubung IUUI UUSel VallUIIS Included 108 cross-sectional units Time-series length: minimum 2, maximum 21

IVIUULI 1. PUUICU ULO, Ubung IUUI UUSel VallUIIS Included 108 cross-sectional units Time-series length: minimum 2, maximum 21 Dependent variable: 1_Intentionalhomicidesper 100 Robust (HAC) standard errors Coefficient Std. Error t -ratio p-value const 2.80039 0.410767 6.817 <0.0001 Grossenrolmentrati -0.0133590 0.00364545 -3.665 0.0004 osecondar dt_1 -0.0256692 0.133779 -0.1919 0.8482 dt 2 -00854060 0125164 - 6824 04965 ***


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