Cross-listed Securities and Multiple Exchange MembershipsB.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics, forthcoming (2017)
The previous literature on general equilibrium has assumed that all traders belong to a single market. However, traders often participate in more than one exchange to diversify their portfolios. Moreover, there is evidence that the security listings of exchanges overlap. Our model captures these facts: there are multiple exchanges, the same security is listed in different exchanges, and traders can belong to more than one exchange. We show that, in the presence of convex transaction costs, there exists an equilibrium, and that individual demand is a continuously differentiable function in prices.
- multiple exchange memberships,
- equilibrium existence,
- demand differentiability
Publication DateAugust 2, 2017
Citation InformationMarta Faias and Jaime Luque. "Cross-listed Securities and Multiple Exchange Memberships" B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics, forthcoming (2017)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/luque/29/
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