내부자 거래의 합법화를 위한 사례

Title
내부자 거래의 합법화를 위한 사례
Other Titles
THE CASE FOR LEGALIZING INSIDER TRADING
Author(s)
사만다윌킨스
Keywords
내부자 거래; 내부자 거래법; 기업의 효율성; 공정성; 내부자 거래법의 발전; Insider Trading; Insider Trading Law; Corporate Efficiency; Fairness; The Development of Insider Trading Law
Issue Date
201207
Publisher
경상대학교 법학연구소
Citation
법학연구, v.20, no.2, pp.249 - 278
Abstract
Most jurisdictions around the world have laws prohibiting or regulating insider trading in some form. The United States has some of the strictest laws prohibiting illegal insider trading, and makes the most serious efforts to enforce these laws. For over 20 years a debate has raged on in the business, legal, economic communities over whether these laws should be changed and insider trading legalized. This article will analyze the arguments on both sides of the debates to show that insider trading should be legalized. The arguments for prohibiting insider trading are based on a false and naive sense of "fairness" and can be rejected after careful consideration. Contrary to public opinion, insider trading causes no real harm to investors of corporations. In fact, it actually benefits investors, corporations and society in several ways. Therefore, insider trading should be legalized.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/27580
ISSN
1975-2784
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