Date of Submission
Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE)
S. Brock Blomberg
© 2014 Louisa Dunwiddie
This paper will discuss arguments for and against the regulation of insider trading, examining economic discussions of efficiency and philosophical outlines of justice based arguments. I will also outline the development of legislation in the United States over the last century, and examine recent events in order to identify the current sentiments regarding government prosecution. The most efficient outcome for the market is found through actions guided by justice. By using regulation as a restraint to unbounded self-interest, investor confidence in the fairness of the market remains high and individuals are protected from abuses to their property and rights.
Dunwiddie, Louisa, "Perspectives on Insider Trading Regulation: Examining Economic and Ethical Implications" (2015). CMC Senior Theses. 1056.
This thesis is restricted to the Claremont Colleges current faculty, students, and staff.