Graduate studies at Western
Journal of Business Ethics 28 (4):361 - 363 (2000)
|Abstract||Ma and Sun have recently argued that some forms of insider trading are ethically acceptable. We argue that the authors fail to prove three key premises of their argument, which is therefore unsound.|
|Keywords||ethics fairness insider trading rights utility|
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