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Entrepreneurs aren't taking their companies public — and it’s a problem for our economy

By Bryce Tingle, N. Murray Edwards Chair in Business Law, University of Calgary
J. Ari Pandes, Associate Professor of Finance, University of Calgary
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Stock markets in Canada and the United States are booming right now. So why do so few companies want to join them?

With the exception of a couple of bad years, the last two decades have been a great time to be a public company. Valuations are at record highs and executive compensation…

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