Is the Tightening in the National Credit Act a Driver of Growth of Income Inequality?
Evidence reveals that the NCA raises income inequality. Evidence from counterfactual approaches shows that the rise of growth of income inequality due tightening NCA shock exacerbates the decline in credit growth, residential investment growth and GDP growth. This evidence shows that the income inequality channel is a potent conduit that transmits the NCA shocks.
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