This book offers insights into three different aspects of financing companies with venture capital (VC) and corporate venture capital (CVC) using three independent and specific datasets. First the study analyses particular VC financing mechanisms depending on differences in the national institutional framework and the experience of the VC investor. The question whether the actual value-adding ability of VC investments in contrast to CVC investments differs from a portfolio company’s perspective is discussed in the second chapter. Finally, the time-dependent performance of CVC investments is analysed.
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About the Author
Stefanie B. Hochhold graduated in Business Administration at Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) in Munich in 2006 and worked as a research and teaching assistant at the Institute of Capital Market Research and Finance at LMU. Since 2009 she holds a Master of Business Research (MBR) and received her PhD degree (Dr. oec. publ.) in 2011.
Table of Contents
Contents: VC financing mechanisms by differences in the national institutional framework and the experience of the VC investor – Value-adding ability of VC investments in contrast to CVC investments from a portfolio company’s perspective – Time-dependent performance of CVC investments.