Essays on Saudi Arabia 2006 Market Crash - Structural, Regulatory, and Corporate Governance Analysis Research Proposal

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The paper “ Saudi Arabia 2006 Market Crash - Structural, Regulatory, and Corporate Governance Analysis”   is a   breathtaking example of a research proposal on finance & accounting. The Saudi Arabia stock market index fluctuated immensely prior to the crash. In 2005, the index was 16,712 but dropped to around 8,000 in 2006. In Dec 2003 and 2004, the stock index was 8,158. During the stock market crash period of 2006, the low in Index in the stock exchange was 7,500 while the peak was 20,966 (Capital Market Authority, 2016). Within these transactions, thousands received positive returns; others lost substantial amounts of savings, and these problems were compounded by cases of tragic deaths, family breakdowns, and social ailments. Different entities are tasked with accomplishing different duties in advancing the economic position and also championing investor perception.

However, the stock market crash affected many people and institutions, and it is important to review some of the reasons, which contributed to the occurrence of the problem. The deaths and losses reported during the period were large. Prevention of the reoccurrence of the problem is important and would be achieved by carrying out the study.

For example, understanding the laxities during the period would inform in creating frameworks and approaches to prevent the problem. In addition, the relevant institutions would be advised to formulate and implement appropriate measures to prevent the reoccurrence of the problem.     Research QuestionsThe following are the research questions: Was there a laxity in the implementation of the regulations? Did behaviorist fundamentals and variables contribute to the stock market crash? Did different government agencies (institutions) play their roles accordingly? Research Aims & ObjectivesThe following are the research aims and objectives: Understand the market processes and procedures before the stock market problemsAnalyze some contributing factors to the problemThe role of different institutions in contributing to the occurrence of the problemWhat are measures that should be instituted to prevent reoccurrence of the problem

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