William Christie On The Real-World Consequences Of Research

The presenters concluded that Nasdaq market makers were implicitly colluding to maintain artificially high trading profits at the expense of investors. The result: The SEC ordered a $1 billion settlement against Nasdaq, while Christie and Schultz won first prize for outstanding papers published in the prestigious Journal of Finance.

Provided by: Vanderbilt University Topic: CXO Date Added: Jan 2011 Format: Webcast

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