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However, this characteristic is not correlated with vulnerability. 8 Those households tend to be better off but no correlation with vulnerability is found. In summary, we find no evidence that access to credit reduces vulnerability, but the indicators used are rather crude. Table 7 also examines two distinct indicators of transfer activities: 1. The amount of transfers received in 1985; and 2. Participation in a transfer network (either receiving or sending transfers) in 1985. If inter-household transfers reflect long-run obligations, the former is more appropriate, but if 7 Handicapped and ill people are defined as those who report that they did not work during the past seven days because they were ill or handicapped.