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Previous studies of venture capital investment criteria, which have tended to utilize traditional Likert-scaled survey methods, have produced some general findings which indicate that the “human factor” is of utmost importance. However, virtually all of these studies have been undertaken with...
Prior research examining whether venture capital firms (VCs) add value to the ventures in their portfolios by advising their new venture teams (NVTs) has led to inconclusive results. Whereas most prior studies have assumed that NVTs value VC assistance, this study tests for the possibility that...
New ventures, companies eight years or younger, play a major role in the development of an emerging, high-technology industry. Corporate-sponsored new ventures (those supported by an established corporation) and independent ventures (those founded by independent entrepreneurs) frequently battle...
Geographic expansion is a common growth strategy used by small, entrepreneurial firms. Yet, despite the importance of geographic expansion as a growth strategy, it is a neglected area of small business research. To date, research in the area of small business growth has focused on broad issues,...
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