Dynamics of the securities market in the information asymmetry context: developing a methodology for emerging securities markets Online publication date: Fri, 15-Oct-2021
by Kostyantyn Anatolievich Malyshenko; Majid Mohammad Shafiee; Vadim Anatolievich Malyshenko; Marina Viktorovna Anashkina
Global Business and Economics Review (GBER), Vol. 25, No. 2, 2021
Abstract: Developing a system of indicators that reflects the degree to which the securities market fulfils its key functions, is essential to assess the level of its development. In the conditions of asymmetric information it can also provide effective policies for securities market development. This paper is aimed to develop a set of indicators to assess the securities market performance, especially in the asymmetric information context. To this goal, we selected the Russian securities market as a case of asymmetric information context, in comparison with other post-Soviet countries, to investigate its success and failure in fulfilling its key functions. Regarding this, we developed research hypotheses and we conducted a normative research method, based on an ideal model of market functioning that is used as a criterion for testing the hypotheses. The results offer an original scale for assessing the performance of securities market of its functions. The findings also help practitioners with effective policy making in securities market regulation and its development toward its ideal state. The key contribution of this research is in developing a new scale for determining the performance and efficiency of the securities market, based on the conditions of information asymmetry.
Online publication date: Fri, 15-Oct-2021
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