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determinants of corporate venture capital success

Paul A. Gompers

determinants of corporate venture capital success

organizational structure, incentives, and complementarities

by Paul A. Gompers

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Xerox Technology Ventures.,
  • Venture capital.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPaul A. Gompers, Josh Lerner.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 6725, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 6725.
    ContributionsLerner, Joshua., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB1 .W654 no. 6725
    The Physical Object
    Pagination40, [8] p. ;
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22401985M

    1. The Determinants of Corporate Venture Capital Success: Organizational Structure, Incentives, and Complementarities Paul A. Gompers and Josh Lerner Comment: Michael S. Weisbach 2. Ownership Structures and the Decision to Go Public: Private versus Social Optimality Lucian Arye Bebchuk and Luigi Zingales Comment: Merritt B. Fox 3. This article reviews the academic literature on corporate venture capital (CVC), that is, minority equity investments by established corporations in privately held entrepreneurial ventures. The article is organized as follow. It starts with a detailed definition of corporate venture capital, its historical background, and an extensive review of investment by:

    venture capital firms. The venture capital industry is a good setting for studying the effects of organizational structure for three reasons. First, there is considerable heterogeneity in how venture capital organizations are organized. While some firms specialize in making investments within a. w The Effect of Venture Capital on Innovation Strategies: Gompers, Kovner, Lerner, and Scharfstein: w Venture Capital Investment Cycles: The Impact of Public Markets: Gompers and Lerner: The Determinants of Corporate Venture Capital Success: Organizational Structure, Incentives, and Complementarities.

    Jeng and Wells () initialized the examination of venture capital (VC) determinants across countries. Meanwhile, we enlarge their scope using aggregated VC funding in countries, 78 being considered emerging markets, using panel data from to Cited by:   Understanding the factors that contribute to the emergence of a successful venture capital industry is important for academics, VC associations, policy-making institutions, government agencies, and investors themselves. How can a country's venture capital infrastructure give it a competitive edge in the global economy?Cited by:


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The Determinants of Corporate Venture Capital Success: Organizational Structure, Incentives, and Complementarities. Paul Gompers, Josh Lerner. Chapter in NBER book Concentrated Corporate Ownership(), Randall K.

Morck, editor (p. 17 - 54) Conference held May June 1, Cited by: The determinants of corporate venture capital success: Organizational structure, incentives, and complementarities (NBER working paper series) Skip to main content Try PrimeAuthor: Paul A Gompers.

The Determinants of Corporate Venture Capital Success. determinants of corporate venture capital success book Paul Gompers and Josh Lerner. Corporate-sponsored venture capital funds do not have to fail.

But as HBS professors Paul Gompers and Josh Lerner explain, hybrid organizations such as Xerox Technology Ventures face considerable challenges on the road to success. This chapter first appeared as NBER working paper w, The Determinants of Corporate Venture Capital Successes: Organizational Structure, Incentives, and.

The Determinants of Corporate Venture Capital Success: Organizational Structure, Incentives, and Complementarities, Paul Gompers, Josh Lerner. in Concentrated Corporate Ownership, Morck. Users who downloaded this paper also downloaded*these: Gompers and Lerner.

The Determinants of Corporate Venture Capital Success: Organizational Structure, Incentives, and by: The Determinants of Corporate Venture Capital Successes: Organizational Structure, Incentives, and ComplementaritiesCited by: Corporate venture investments in entrepreneurial firms appear to be at least as successful (using such measures as the probability of the portfolio firm going public) as those backed by independent venture organizations, particularly when there is a strategic overlap between the corporate parent and the portfolio firm.

Downloadable. Author(s): Paul Gompers & Josh Lerner. Abstract: We examine a sample of over thirty thousand transactions by corporate and other venture organizations. Corporate venture investments in entrepreneurial firms appear to be at least as successful (using such measures as the probability of the portfolio firm going public) as those backed by independent venture organizations.

The Determinants of Corporate Venture Capital Success: Organizational Structure, Incentives, and Complementarities. Paul Gompers and Josh Lerner (). A chapter in Concentrated Corporate Ownership,pp from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Date: References: View references in EconPapers View complete reference list from CitEcCited by: corporate venturing – from the initial setup over the actual investment process to the integration of knowledge – with a special focus on industry specifics.

Methodologically this qualitative, explorative study is based on a variety of data sources, embracing the research topic from the angles of corporate venture capital.

The Determinants of Corporate Venture Capital Success Organizational Structure, Incentives, and Complementarities Paul A. Gompers and Josh Lerner The structure of private equity organizations-in particular, the reliance on limited partnerships of finite life with substantial profit sharing-has been identified as critical to their success.

IPOs have no effect on early stage venture capital investing across countries, but are a significant determinant of later stage venture capital investing across countries.

Finally, government funded venture capital has different sensitivities to the determinants of venture capital than non-government funded venture by: The Determinants of Corporate Venture Capital Success: Organizational Structure, Incentives, and ComplementaritiesCited by: BibTeX @MISC{R_thedeterminants, author = {Volume Author/editor R and All K.

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Paul Gompers and Josh Lerner (). NoNBER Working Papers from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc Abstract: We examine a sample of over thirty thousand transactions by corporate and other venture organizations.

Corporate venture investments in entrepreneurial Cited by: " The Determinants of Corporate Venture Capital Successes: Organizational Structure, Incentives, and Complementarities," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Bing Guo & Yun Lou & David Pérez-Castrillo, Von Hippie () concluded that "There is a strong relationship between venture success and the prior experience of the parent corporation" (p. The data in this study offer no confirmation of this finding.

Corporate experience was measured in two ways: intracorporate sharing of an infrastructure and historical corporate by: The determinants of corporate venture capital success: organizational structure, incentives, and complementarities Author: Paul A Gompers ; Joshua Lerner ; National Bureau of Economic Research.

The internationalization of venture capital has prompted it to be defined slightly differently in some markets, as Jeng and Wells () indicate in their paper by defining venture capital in US terms, rather than European terms.

Even though these country or region related changes exist, it is found that even in countries with bank-centered markets, a differentiation made by Black and Gilson Cited by:. Determinants of success in venture capital investments: evidence from Brazil Antonio Gledson De Carvalho, Humberto Gallucci-Netto & Eduardo M.

R. Siqueira To cite this article: Antonio Gledson De Carvalho, Humberto Gallucci-Netto & Eduardo M. R. Siqueira () Determinants of success in venture capital investments: evidence from Brazil.This paper examines the determinants of venture capital investment decision from both the venture capitalists and entrepreneur's perspective to analyze the investment decision.

Abstract. Jeng and Wells () initialized the examination of venture capital (VC) determinants across countries. Meanwhile, we enlarge their scope using aggregated VC funding in countries, 78 being considered emerging markets, using panel data from to Cited by: