This case examines the market for stock options and examines the key stakeholders, and the options trading process. It takes a thorough look at the path taken by the International Securities Exchange, as it entered a mature industry exchange and turned into a major competitor. The concepts of liquidity and transaction costs are presented.

This case examines the market for stock options and examines the key stakeholders, and the options trading process. It takes a thorough look at the path taken by the International Securities Exchange, as it entered a mature industry exchange and turned into a major competitor. The concepts of liquidity and transaction costs are presented.
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George Chacko,
Eli Peter Strick
Source: Harvard Business School
38 pages.
Release Date: 10 March 2003. Prod #: 203063-PDF-ENG
International Securities Exchange: New Directions in HBR Case Options Markets solution

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