Conflict of Interest and Execution Quality of Futures Floor Traders : Research Paper 9611 (May 1996), Research Paper 9611
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Sarkar, Asani and Wu, Lifan. "Conflict of Interest and Execution Quality of Futures Floor Traders : Research Paper 9611 (May 1996), Research Paper 9611," Research Papers (Federal Reserve Bank of New York) (October 2000). https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/6570/item/615526/content/pdf/frbny_researchpapers_9611_199605, accessed on March 22, 2023.
May 1996 version titled “Did the Good Guys Lose? Heterogeneous Traders and Regulatory Restrictions on Dual Trading.”
- lcc: HG136 .R45 no.9611
- oclc: 35121106
- repec: fip:fednrp:9611