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Sample: Dependent variables:

Dummy: Any change in limit

Log(loant) -Log(loant-1) (2)

Log(loant) -Log(loant-1) (3)

Log( interest rate)t -Log(interest rate)t-1

Log(turnover/limit)t+1 -Log(turnover/limit)t

(1)

(4)

(5)

Table 1: Effect of the priority sector reform on credit (OLS regressions)a

Complete sample

Sample with change in limit

PANEL A: OLS

0.000

-0.034

(.05)

(.026)

-0.043

-0.059

(.052)

(.028)

-0.022

0.095

(.087)

(.033)

487

487

-0.115

-0.007

-0.030

(.074)

(.015)

(.336)

-0.218

-0.002

0.257

(.088)

(.014)

(.362)

0.271

0.009

-0.128

(.102)

(.02)

(.458)

155

141

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post

big

post*big

  • #

    Observations

Source: Authors' calculations based on data from a Public Sector bank in India. a- Each column represents a regression. The coefficients are reported for the main effects post (data from 1998 on) and big (firm with plant and machinery above Rs. 6.5 million), and the interaction. Standard errors (corrected for heteroskedasticy and clustering at the sector level) are in parentheses below the coefficients.

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