Electronic Markets Ontology: ideal architecture for global capital market

Davide Khalil

Abstract


When approaching electronic capital market design and microstructure with the focus of analysing and improving existing markets with end-state analysis, it is necessary to name an ideal objective. This serves the purposes of
technology evaluation and the development of a standard framework for structural measurement in modeling and language paradigm design. An ideal capital market architecture is presented in this paper that is feasible with current technology based on the end-to-end functionality of existing capital markets including internal requirements of participants. Various architectural and ethical issues are introduced and discussed sketching a framework for further work in quantifying electronic markets.

Keywords


ecommerce; Electronic Markets Ontology; capital market; framework

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3127/ajis.v6i1.330

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