Entrepreneurial Equity Financing Research: Quo Vadis? – Part II

This is Part II of the summary of “A Review and Road Map of Entrepreneurial Equity Financing Research: Venture Capital, Corporate Venture Capital, Angel Investment, Crowdfunding, and Accelerators” published in Journal of Management, Issue 43(6) (2017), pp. 1820-1853 — by Will Drover, Lowell Busenitz, Sharon Matusik, David Townsend, Aaron Anglin, and Gary Dushnitsky. Part I …

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Entrepreneurial Equity Financing Research: Quo Vadis? – Part I

This is a summary of “A Review and Road Map of Entrepreneurial Equity Financing Research: Venture Capital, Corporate Venture Capital, Angel Investment, Crowdfunding, and Accelerators” published in Journal of Management, Issue 43(6) (2017), pp. 1820-1853 — by Will Drover, Lowell Busenitz, Sharon Matusik, David Townsend, Aaron Anglin, and Gary Dushnitsky. Journal of Management (JoM) is …

CVC-backed ventures are more innovative but less profitable than IVC-backed ventures

This is a practical review of “Corporate Venture Capital, Value Creation, and Innovation” published in The Review of Financial Studies, Issue 27(8) (2014), pp. 2434-2473 — by Thomas J. Chemmanur, Elena Loutskina, and Xuan Tian. This study examines the differences in performance of firms backed by corporate venture capital (CVC) vs. independent venture capital (IVC). …

Local and international VC firms create more value together than alone

This is a practical review of "Do local and international venture capitalists play well together? The complementarity of local and international venture capitalists" published in Journal of Business Venturing, Issue 31 (2016), pp. 573-594 -- by Thomas J. Chemmanur, Tyler J. Hull, and Karthik Krishnan. This study examines cross-border venture capital investments into emerging (= …