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Figure 2: Rural and Agricultural Credit

Nationalization and Credit to Agriculture

.05

Share of Credit in 1992

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-.05

-.1

-.15

-.2

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14 15 Log Bank Deposits in 1980

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Nationalization and Credit to Rural

.05

Share of Credit in 1992

0

-.05

-.1

-.15

12

13

14 15 Log Bank Deposits in 1980

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Source: Authors calculations, based on data from the Reserve Bank of India. a Each dot represents the average share of credit of two or three banks provided to the sector indicated in the title. The banks are ordered according to the log size of deposits in 1980, which is graphed along the x-axis. The left line gives the fitted relationship for the banks that were not nationalized while the line on the right gives the fitted relationship for nationalized banks. The distance between the lines at 14.5 is the implied causal impact of nationalization. The sample includes 42 banks, which were aggregated into 19 groups to avoid disclosing any bank-specific information.

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