From Judicial Solutions to Political Solutions: The New, New Direction of the Rules Against Insider Trading, 39 Alabama Law Review 355 (1988)
Although the ethical and economic aspects of insider trading regulation have been discussed at length, only recently have commentators begun to examine the political components of insider trading regulation. This virtual neglect of the political side of the story is particularly curious in light of the fact that regulation of insiders' trading practices recently has become a highly politicized issue, resulting in numerous bills and hearings in Congress.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Macey, Jonathan R., "From Judicial Solutions to Political Solutions: The New, New Direction of the Rules Against Insider Trading" (1988). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 1735.