By Robert Higgins

This paperback textual content has been written to offer regular suggestions and sleek advancements in a pragmatic and intuitive demeanour. it's meant for non-financial managers and enterprise scholars attracted to the perform of economic administration. Emphasis is at the managerial purposes of monetary research.

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If the firms differ regarding their quality, the fact that the government covers a substantial amount of the costs in case of a failure leads to lower costs of adverse selection for venture capital companies. Thus, under public subsidies, venture capital companies have to bear lower costs if they select a ‘lemon’. In addition, Schertler (2003) has shown that an investment subsidy attracts more inexperienced venture capital companies to the market, resulting, under certain conditions, in inefficient capital allocation.

One explanation for the differences in the sizes of private equity industries discussed in this chapter is the tax and legal environments affecting either the capital providers’ supply of new funds for private equity investments, the portfolio firms’ demand for private equity, or the investment behaviour of private equity companies themselves. 3 Fundraising This chapter deals with private equity companies and their fundraising behaviour. Fundraising is the first of three phases in the venture capital cycle.

A high degree of asset intangibility implies the non-availability of particular financial control mechanisms such as collateral. These rationales are, however, not sufficient for establishing government funding schemes for small firms, or young high-technology firms (see, for example, Hyytinen and Väänänen 2003). Generally, government funding is not likely to solve or mitigate adverse selection problems between financial intermediaries and young high-technology firms. Thus, government funding cannot help in selecting single firms out of a large number of young high-technology firms seeking finance.

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