The Park Place Economist
Venture capital is an investment made by specialized organizations in high-growth, high-risk and often highly technological firms that need capital to finance product development or growth. This sort of financing is, by nature, mostly in the form of equity rather than debt. The purpose of this paper is to identify and ascertain the effects of the various exogenous variables that influence the supply and demand of venture capital.
Recommended CitationJagwani '00, Sunil (2000) "Supply and Demand of Venture Capital in the U. S.," The Park Place Economist: Vol. 8
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