Monday, April 2, 2012

Pre-Trade and Post-Trade Transparency in Corporate Bond Markets: (Microstructure Research)

A compilation of research related to pre-trade and post-trade transparency in corporate bond markets

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Terrence Hendershott and Ananth Madhavan Click or Call? Auction Versus Serach in the Over-the-Counter Market SSRN
Jack Bao, Jun Pan and Jiang Wang The Illiquidity of Corporate Bonds Jun Pan homepage
Bruno Biais and Richard GreenThe Microstructure of the Bond Market in the 20th CenturyCEPR
Michael A. Goldstein, Edith S. Hotchkiss, Erik R. Sirri Transparency and Liquidity:A Controlled Experiment on Corporate BondsErik Sirri's homepage
Marco Lagana, Martin Perina, Isabel von Koppen-Mertes and Avinash Persuad Implications for Liquidity from Innovation and Transparency in the European Corporate Bond Market European Central Bank
Peter Ciampi and Eric Zitzewitz Corporate Bond Trading Costs During the Financial Crisis IDC Whitepapers
Amy K. Edwards, Lawrence E. Harris and Michael S. Piwowar Corporate Bond Market Transaction Costs and TransparencyAFA JOF Forthcoming papers
Hendrick Bessembinder, William Maxwell, Kumar Venkataraman Market Transparency, Liquidity Externalities, and Institutional Trading Costs in Corporate Bonds University of Arizona
Sugato Chakravarty and Asani Sarkar Liquidity in U.S. Fixed Income Markets: A Comparison of the Bid-Ask Spread in Corporate, Government and Municipal Bond Markets Federal Reserve Board
Hendrik Bessembinder and William Maxwell Transparency and the Corporate Bond Market Journal of Economic Perspectives
Bruno Biais, Fany Declerck, James Dow, Richard Portes, Ernst-Ludwig von Thadden European Corporate Bonds Markets: transparency, liquidity, efficiencyCenter for Economic Policy Research

1 comment:

  1. This is a thorough list of resources to track the progress of transparency in corporate bonds. Thanks! I'd also suggest interested readers look into, which offers investors real-time data and reporting metrics in derivatives and asset-backed securities. It seems that platforms like this are one way of achieving an equitable and transparent trading system in the U.S market.