Academic Publications

Peer Reviewed

Beyond regulation: A cooperative approach to high frequency trading and financial market monitoring. CATO Institute Policy Analysis, No. 771

An analysis of global HFT regulation: Motivations, market failures, and alternative outcomes. Mercatus Center Working Paper No. 14-11, April 2014

High frequency trading: Do regulators need to control this tool of informationally efficient Markets? CATO Institute Policy Analysis No. 731.

Velocity of information in financial markets: A theory of market value change. The Journal of Investing, 21(3), 55-59

Efficient financial markets as organizations: A metaphoric analysis. Insights to a Changing World, 2012(1)

A contemporary framework for emotions in consumer decision-making: Moving beyond traditional models. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 2(17), 12-16

Status of the ‘BRICs’: An analysis of growth factors. International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, (69), 19-25.

Toward a value inclusive theory of economic decision-making: A ‘new science’ model. European Journal of Social Sciences, (21)4, 638-649.

Expert Commentary & Testimonies

Subrahmanyam, A. & Bell, H. A. (25 May 2016). Why the SEC Should Just Say ‘No’ to IEX, CNBC, Retrieved from http://www.cnbc.com/2016/05/25/why-the-sec-should-just-say-no-to-iex-commentary.html

Bell, H. A. (9 April 2016). Disruption is Not Innovation, John Lothian News. Retrieved from http://www.johnlothiannews.com/2016/04/disruption-not-innovation/#.Vw69s3r09RU

Bell, H. A. (1 April 2016). Well-structured sales tax does more for Alaska than income tax, Alaska Dispatch News. Retrieved from http://www.adn.com/article/20160401/well-structured-sales-tax-does-more-alaska-income-tax

Bell, H. A. (16 March 2016). The Potential Effects of Reg AT: Unintended Risks and Diminished Cooperation with Market Participants [CFTC Public Interest Comment]. Retrieved from http://mercatus.org/publication/potential-effects-reg-unintended-risks-and-diminished-cooperation-market-participants

Bell, H. A. (9 February 2016). Occam’s Razor Can Cut Alaska’s Budget Problems to the Bone, Alaska Dispatch News. Retrieved from http://www.adn.com/article/20160209/occams-razor-can-cut-alaskas-budget-problems-bone

Bell, H. A. (November 2014). High frequency, fat target. Reason Magazine, (46)6, 73. http://reason.com/archives/2014/10/25/high-frequency-fat-target

Bell, H. A. (2 May 2014). HFT regulation requires attention to motives and consequences. Tabb Forum. Retrieved from http://tabbforum.com/opinions/hft-regulation-requires-attention-to-motives-and-consequences

Bell, H. A. (21 April 2014). Are the markets really rigged? Internationally syndicated via McClatchy-Tribune. Retrieved from http://mercatus.org/expert_commentary/are-markets-really-rigged

Bell, H. A. (18 December 2013). CFTC proposal for high-speed trading may drive business offshore. American Banker.

Bell, H. A. (2013). Government should not overregulate the HFT market. USA Today (Magazine), 142(2820), 14-17.

Bell, H. A. (2013). 17 CFR Chapter I Concept Release on Risk Controls and System Safeguards for Automated Trading Environments [CFTC Public Interest Comment]. Retrieved from http://mercatus.org/publication/17-cfr-chapter-i-concept-release-risk-controls-and-system-safeguards-automated-trading

Bell, H. A. (8 February 2013). Regulator, go slow on reining in high-speed trading. The Wall Street Journal, A13. Retrieved from http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324445904578286524225644936.html?mod=WSJ_Opinion_LEFTTopOpinion#articleTabs%3Darticle

Bell, H. A. (2012). Online learning, only better. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 59(6). Retrieved from http://chronicle.com/article/Online-Learning-Only-Better/134684/