Название Государственное регулирование интернет-торговли акциями
Количество страниц 95
Год сдачи 2009
Содержание ПЛАН
Введение 3
1. Влияние сети Интернет на рынок ценных бумаг 5
1.1. Интернет: прошлое и настоящее 5
1.2 Основные характеристики Интернет 8
1.3. Тенденции в развитии рынков ценных бумаг в связи с 12
использованием Интернет - технологий.
1.4 Новые явления, возникшие на рынке ценных бумаг в связи с 23
появлением Интернет
1.4.1 Альтернативные торговые системы 23
1.4.2 Интернет - брокеры 34 2. Регулирование торговли ценными бумагами через Интернет 40

2.1. Принципы регулирования рынков ценных бумаг при переходе 40 на Интернет- технологии.
2.2. Опыт США по регулированию Интернет - торговли ценными 48 бумагами.
3. Перспективы развития торговли ценными бумагами с 60
использованием сети Интернет на российском фондовом рынке и
возможности для ее регулирования.
3.1 Проблемы и перспективы применения Интернет- технологий на 60
фондовом рынке России.
3.2 Текущее состояние Интернет- торговли ценными бумагами в 63
3.3. Возможности для государственного регулирования торговли 71
ценными бумагами через Интернет.
Заключение 84
Приложения 87
Список литературы 91
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