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Regulation of Insider Trading

Robert Merl

Stefan Palan

Dominik Schmidt

Thomas Stöckl

Overview

Funding source: Austrian National Bank (OeNB), project number 17794
Funding amount: € 147,000
Duration: 01/2014-12/2020
Project team:
   Robert Merl (PhD student, project member, University of Graz)
   Stefan Palan (project member. University of Graz)
   Dominik Schmidt (PhD student, project member, Management Center Innsbruck)
   Thomas Stöckl (principal investigator, Management Center Innsbruck),

Agenda

This project studies the impact of insider trading on markets. The topics under research include how insiders' presence and trading activity influence the efficiency of prices, the profitability of insiders' and non-insiders' investments, how insider regulation affects these relationships and how regulators can detect insiders.

Project updates
2019-11-28 | Conclusion of experiments to study the role of insider trading regulation in competing market places. 
2019-11-26 | Conclusion of experiments to study the role of endogenous choice of insider trading regulation regime. 
2019-10-10 | Start of experiments to study the role of insider trading regulation in competing market places. 
2019-10-03 | Start of experiments to study the role of endogenous choice of insider trading regulation regime. 
2019-01-11 | Conclusion of experiments to study the role of insider trading regulation and short selling. 
2018-07-05 | Funding approved by Austrian National Bank (OeNB). 
2018-06-13 | Start of experiments to study the role of insider trading regulation and short selling. 
2018-05-27 | "Catch me if you can. Can human observers identify insiders in asset markets?" published in Journal of Economic Psychology. 
2018-04-23 | "Catch me if you can. Can human observers identify insiders in asset markets?" accepted by Journal of Economic Psychology. 
2017-09-05 | "When chasing the offender hurts the victim: The case of insider regulation" published in Journal of Financial Markets. 
2016-07-29 | "When chasing the offender hurts the victim: The case of insider regulation" accepted by Journal of Financial Markets. 
2014-11-21 | Stefan Palan presents "When chasing the offender hurts the victim: Collateral damage from insider legislation", Austrian Working Group on Banking and Finance, BFI Vienna. 
2014-09-18 | Thomas Stöckl presents "When chasing the offender hurts the victim: Collateral damage from insider legislation", research seminar, University of Sussex. 
2014-09-16 | "When chasing the offender hurts the victim: Collateral damage from insider legislation" published in Working Paper Series of the School of Business, Economics and Social Sciences, University of Graz. 
2014-06-24 | Thomas Stöckl presents "When chasing the offender harms the victim: Insider trading legislation and the risk of collateral damage", Experimental Finance 2014, University of Zurich, Switzerland. 
2014-06-04 | Thomas Stöckl presents "When chasing the offender harms the victim: Insider trading legislation and the risk of collateral damage", research seminar, University of Mannheim, Germany. 
2014-05-23 | Thomas Stöckl presents "When chasing the offender harms the victim: Insider trading legislation and the risk of collateral damage", research seminar, University of Vienna, Austria. 
2014-05-15 | Thomas Stöckl presents "When chasing the offender harms the victim: Insider trading legislation and the risk of collateral damage", research seminar, University of Trento, Italy. 
2014-03-28 | Thomas Stöckl presents "When chasing the offender harms the victim: Insider trading legislation and the risk of collateral damage", research seminar, University of Zurich, Switzerland. 
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