Monday, May 27, 2013

Insider trading Global Developments and Analysis

Insider trading—the illegal use of price-sensitive, nonpublic information to buy and sell securities and other financial instruments—has long been considered an endemic feature of the world’s fi nancial markets, despite the almost-universal criminalization of insider trading. It is thus unsurprising that the recent boom in mergers and acquisitions has been accompanied by a resurgence in insider trading and a concomitant increase in the prosecution of insider trading on a scale not seen since the 1980s (Drum-mond 2007; Economist 2007). is book brings together some of the latest research on insider trading, covering established U.S., European, and Australasian markets as well as the key emerging markets of Brazil and China. e book combines a variety of approaches toward the study of insider trading, with the contributors coming from the elds of accounting, economics, fi nance, and law. e book is divided into three parts.

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