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This article focuses on regulation of insider trading and company affirmative disclosure in developed securities markets. First, the U.S. regime is discussed. Thereafter, the securities laws of selected developed markets are addressed in order to provide contrasts to the U.S. approach. Last, the article focuses on a number of significant issues that merit exploration.
University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law
Insider trading, United States securities law, Securities markets, Regulation
Marc I. Steinberg, Insider Trading, Selective Disclosure, and Prompt Disclosure: A Comparative Analysis, 22 U. PA. J. INT'l ECON. L. 635 (2001)