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Insider Trading

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ISBN13: 9781849801355
Published: November 2011
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £236.00

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This timely collection, edited by a leading academic in the field, brings together seminal works of scholarship on insider trading over a 40 year period, with contributions from many prominent law professors and economists. Areas covered in the volume include the origins and development of insider trading law, insider trading statues and the policies surrounding insider trading. Along with an original introduction, Professor Bainbridge provides a comparative and international focus as well as coverage of important issues in the US law of insider trading. This volume will be of immense value to scholars and practitioners interested in this evolving and topical field of study.

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Acknowledgements Introduction Stephen M. Bainbridge PART I ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT OF INSIDER TRADING LAW 1. Michael Conant (1960), 'Duties of Disclosure of Corporate Insiders Who Purchase Shares' 2. Arthur Fleischer, Jr., Robert H. Mundheim and John C. Murphy, Jr. (1973), 'An Initial Inquiry into the Responsibility to Disclose Market Information' PART II THE SUPREME COURT'S DECISIONS IN CHIARELLA AND DIRKS 3. Donald C. Langevoort (1982), 'Insider Trading and the Fiduciary Principle: A Post-Chiarella Restatement' 4. Jonathan R. Macey (1984-85), 'From Fairness to Contract: The New Direction of the Rules Against Insider Trading' PART III THE MISAPPROPRIATION THEORY EMERGES 5. Richard W. Painter, Kimberly D. Krawiec and Cynthia A. Williams (1998), 'Don't Ask, Just Tell: Insider Trading after United States v. O'Hagan' 6. A.C. Pritchard (1998), 'United States v. O'Hagan: Agency Law and Justice Powell's Legacy for the Law of Insider Trading' PART IV INSIDER TRADING STATUTES 7. Donald C. Langevoort (1984), 'The Insider Trading Sanctions Act of 1984 and Its Effect on Existing Law' 8. Lawrence E. Mitchell (1988), 'The Jurisprudence of the Misappropriation Theory and the New Insider Trading Legislation: From Fairness to Efficiency and Back' PART V INSIDER TRADING POLICY: THE MANNE DEBATE 9. Henry G. Manne (1966), 'In Defense of Insider Trading' 10. Roy A. Schotland (1967), 'Unsafe At Any Price: A Reply to Manne, Insider Trading and the Stock Market' 11. Henry G. Manne (1970), 'Insider Trading and the Law Professors' PART VI INSIDER TRADING POLICY: THE POST-MANNE DEBATE 12. Michael P. Dooley (1980), 'Enforcement of Insider Trading Restrictions' 13. Dennis W. Carlton and Daniel R. Fischel (1983), 'The Regulation of Insider Trading' 14. Larry E. Ribstein (1998), 'Federalism and Insider Trading' 15. Stephen M. Bainbridge (2000), 'Insider Trading' Name Index