Quel futur pour l'industrie boursière ? Analyse d'un processus de transformation
AbstractThe transformation of world?s main stock markets into enterprises acting in a competitive environment is in progress and its consequences are not all known. Three strategies are competing with each other: vertical integration of exchange and CSD; horizontal growth of the market share to an oligopoly overcame by large globalized exchanges; vertical control of exchange by large financial institutions. The aim of this paper is to set analysis foundations of financial strategies. It suggests an analysis of sustainability of the previous evolutions and sketches a prospective for the stock market industry. JEL codes: D43, G20, L11, L12, L13, L25, L41, L42, L43
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Volume (Year): n° 30 (2009)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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stock market; financial markets; strategic management; competition; industrial organization;
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