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Bryce Tingle

Bryce C. Tingle holds the N. Murray Edwards Chair in Jurisdiction and Business Law with the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Law. He is a member of the founding teams for several companies active in the technology, energy and financial industries. He also advises several private and public companies.

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Journal articles

  • The IPO Market in Canada: What a Comparison with the United States Tells Us About a Global Problem (2013) Canadian Business Law Journal 322
  • Bad Company! The Assumptions Behind Proxy Advisors’ Voting Recommendations (2014) 37:2 Dalhousie L. Journal 709.
  • The Agency Cost Case for Regulating Proxy Advisory Firms, (2016) 49:2 U.B.C. Law Review.
  • Economic Efficiency, Normative Account-Giving and Corporate Law, (2015) 57 Canadian Business Law Journal 270.
  • Can We Measure Corporate Governance?, Forthcoming (2017).
  • Another Tax on Entrepreneurs: Canadian Growth Companies’ Sub-Optimal Use of Equity Incentives, Forthcoming (2017).
  • What Do We Really Know About Corporate Governance Best Practices? A Review of the Empirical Research Since 2000, Forthcoming (2017)
  • Framed! The Failure of Agency Cost Explanations for Executive Pay Practices, 54:1 Alberta Law Review (2017).
  • How Good Are Our “Best Practices” When it Comes to Executive Compensation?  A Review of Forty Years of Skyrocketing Pay, Regulation and Corporate Governance, Forthcoming (2017).
  • The Strange Case of the Crown Prerogative Over Private Prosecution, or Who Killed Public Interest Law Enforcement (1994), 28 UBC Law Review 309.
  • The Promise of Our Laws (1992), 30 Alta. Law Rev. 1324.


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