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-0.085 ***

-0.078 ***

-0.114 ***

-0.181 ***

(0.014)

(0.015)

(0.017)

(0.024)

-0.026

-0.012

-0.044

-0.066 **

(0.033)

(0.036)

(0.033)

(0.031)

-0.040 ***

-0.027

-0.122 ***

-0.219 ***

(0.014)

(0.017)

(0.018)

(0.022)

-0.073 *

-0.088 **

-0.053

-0.086 ***

(0.039)

(0.041)

(0.034)

(0.028)

N

440

440

420

434

Clusters

15

15

14

14

Bank FE

Y

Y

Y

Y

Post (1980-1990)

Post*Nationalization

Nineties (1990-2000)

Nineties * Nationalization

R2

0.15

0.11

0.48

0.31

Growth of: Rural Branches

Table 5: Growth of Nationalized and Private Banks, 1970-2000

Branches

Deposits

Log Real Growth of:b Credit

Sources: Authors' calculations based on data from the 1970-2000 Reserve Bank of India publications, "Statistical Tables Relating to Banks in India." Branch data are from the RBI "Directory of Commercial Banks in India," 2000. a - This table presents results on the growth rate of credit, deposits, and bank branches, for banks just above or just below the size cutoff for nationalization in 1980. Branch data were not avialable for the Lakshmi Commercial Bank, which failed in 1985 (and was merged with Canara bank, a large bank nationalized in 1969, not in our sample). Specifically, the following equation is estimated:

lny b ,t /y

b,t1

i 1 P o s t t 2 N i n e t i e s t

b2 1 Post t Nat Nineties t Nat b  b,t

b - Deposit and credit growth rates are in log real terms, while branch growth rates are log growth rates.

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