Market microstructure is generally speaking the way markets are organized at the impact of there structure on the price formation process.

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Market making in thinly traded assets

Could anyone suggest some literature or have any practical advice for marking a market in thinly traded assets with the following characteristics: 0-10 trades per day. Open limit-order book with 0-5 ...
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US options market/microstruture research

Can someone point out where to find up to date market/microstruture research in the options market?
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Determination of Quote / Trade Ratio

What is the common criteria used to count a quote or trade in reference to the quote/trade ratio? Criteria: If it beats the best bid or offer. If it adds size to the best bid or offer. What if the ...
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Executions deep in the Limit Order Book?

I have some Level III (message level) data for equities and I have found several cases in which I register the execution of a Limit Order at a price "worse" than the best bid or ask. For example, ...
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What are modern algorithms for trade classification?

When dealing with trade data, for example from TAQ, a common problem is that of determining whether a trade was a buy or a sell. The most commonly used classifier is the Lee-Ready algorithm (Inferring ...
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What are the main market efficiency measures?

I'm going to test for the effect of the change in market efficiency on the stock market portfolio, and, I want to know what are the main measures known in the academic literature in order to compare ...
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full tick and retail tick data feed difference

Full tick institutional data feed like elektron from reuters, how is it different from retail tick data feed & which charting softwares work with elektron data feed