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Blockchain and Financial Market Innovation
Rebecca Lewis , John W. McPartland, Rajeev Ranjan | 2017 | Policy Discussion Paper | Vol. PDP | No.  2017-03 | June
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Non-Default Loss Allocation at CCPs
Rebecca Lewis , John W. McPartland | 2017 | Policy Discussion Paper | Vol. PDP | No.  2017-02 | April
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A CCP Is a CCP Is a CCP
Robert Cox, Robert  Steigerwald | 2017 | Policy Discussion Paper | Vol. PDP | No.  2017-01 | April
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Resolving Central Counterparties after Dodd-Frank: Are They Eligible for "Orderly Liquidation"?
Robert  Steigerwald, David W. DeCarlo | 2016 | Policy Discussion Paper | Vol. PDP | No.  2016-01 | September
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Recommendations for Equitable Allocation of Trades in High Frequency Trading Environments (REVISED July 2014)
John W. McPartland | 2013 | Policy Discussion Paper | Vol. PDP | No.  2013-01 | May
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How Do Broker-Dealers/Futures Commission Merchants Control the Risks of High Speed Trading?
Carol Clark, Rajeev Ranjan | 2012 | Policy Discussion Paper | Vol. PDP | No.  2012-3 | June
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How Do Clearing Organizations Control the Risks of High Speed Trading?
Carol Clark, John W. McPartland | 2012 | Policy Discussion Paper | Vol. PDP | No.  2012-2 | June
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How Do Proprietary Trading Firms Control the Risks of High Speed Trading?
Carol Clark, Rajeev Ranjan | 2012 | Policy Discussion Paper | Vol. PDP | No.  2012-1 | March
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How Do Exchanges Control the Risks of High Speed Trading?
Carol Clark, Rajeev Ranjan | 2011 | Policy Discussion Paper | No.  PDP 2011-2 | November
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What Tools Do Vendors Provide to Control the Risks of High Speed Trading?
Carol Clark, Richard Heckinger, Rajeev Ranjan, John W. McPartland | 2011 | Policy Discussion Paper | No.  PDP 2011-1 | October
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