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Table 5 Estimated effect of PBF and enhanced financing on job satisfaction

From: Incentives to change: effects of performance-based financing on health workers in Zambia

  Intervention v. control 1 (N = 448) Intervention v. control 2 (N = 462) Control 1 v. control 2 (N = 345)
β (standard error) β (standard error) β (standard error)
Relationship outside facility 1.64 (2.96) 0.43 (1.49) −0.59 (3.12)
Relationship within facility −4.16 (2.82) 0.48 (1.02) 4.94* (2.59)
Work conditions 6.39 (5.12) 4.37* (2.18) 2.20 (5.90)
Recognition 1.44 (2.84) 0.09 (1.32) −1.44 (2.24)
Opportunities 4.69 (4.18) 3.64* (2.00) 2.30 (5.24)
Compensation 8.64** (4.08) 3.88* (1.99) −0.82 (4.87)
Overall satisfaction −0.48 (3.96) 4.75** (2.14) 10.31** (3.94)
  1. Coefficients, standard errors, and p values are for the interaction between the random assignment (intervention, control 1, control 2) and study period (baseline, endline). They are obtained from pair-wise regressions—facility fixed effect models controlling for workers’ characteristics. Robust standard errors are clustered at the district level
  2. *p < 0.1; **p < 0.05