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The normalized HHI index (n_HHI) displays a negative sign when it is significant. As a result, banking concentration seems to undermine financial stability, possibly because of the occurrence of moral hazard phenomena and excessive risk-taking by large banks. When the annual GDP growth rate (GDPG) results a significant variable, it shows both of the hypothesized signs, confirming the uncertain relationship with bank stability. Finally, the proxy for income diversification (ID) is never significant, with the sole exception of the sub-sample of large banks.
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