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Policy and Regulatory Changes for a Successful Startup Revolution: Experiences from the Startup Action Plan in India [chapter]

Vijay Kumar Singh
2021 World Scientific Series in Finance  
Emerging as the third-largest startup ecosystem of the world, India has potential for enormous growth.  ...  There are several issues that require consideration from the policy and regulatory perspective for a successful startup revolution.  ...  Alphalogic Techsys, a Pune-based software consulting firm, was the first to float its IPO, which enabled it to raise growth capital from a group of investors instead of selected VCs.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789811235825_0002 fatcat:w6xh4tx3m5bqfaaw5vsnkatn4a

Startup Business Plans: Academic Researchers and Expert Practitioners Still Disagree?

Gilbert Gonzalez
2017 Muma Business Review  
Academic researchers and practitioners disagree on the value and methodology of creating a startup plan.  ...  An analysis of the differences and the motivations of these two district communities gives insight into the challenges of planning a successful launch.  ...  The factors that contribute to a high-quality startup plan are causal to successful sustainability of the new venture (Cook, Belliveau, & Sandberg, 2004) .  ... 
doi:10.28945/3848 fatcat:lbrrlffaizelvjklndacggrewm

Why Do Startups Use Trade Secrets?

David S. Levine, Ted M. Sichelman
2018 Social Science Research Network  
From this segmentation, we implement a basic regression model and report on those factors showing a statistically significant relationship in the use of trade secrets by startups.  ...  In this Article, we present the first set of data-drawn from the Berkeley Patent Survey-on the use of trade secrets by U.S. startup companies in the software, biotechnology, medical device, and hardware  ...  , leading trade secret researcher Ivan Png, as a result of empirical study, called for a "new research agenda-the impact of trade secrets law on (i) entrepreneurship and venture capital, (ii) collaboration  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3166834 fatcat:kozt3exgc5dulbyoezkvaf6hk4

Putting Lean Startup into Perspective: A Novel Approach for Discovering and Developing a Successful Business Model

2018 Archives of Business Administration and Management  
This process involves the flow of customers from acquisition to maintenance to the expansion of the relationship with them, as depicted in the dual funnel diagram illustrated in (Figure 7 ).  ...  Blank refines this definition of fit as for whether the startup has found a repeatable and scalable sales model before the venture can proceed to the next phase and scale up the business [3] .  ...  The lean startup provides a framework for a new firm to balance its delivery of value with its operations and cost structure.  ... 
doi:10.29011/2642-3243.100004 fatcat:fagda3vpajgyxp3hzhik6uwzsq

The Evaluation of Technology Startup Role on Indonesian SMEs Industry 4.0 Adoption Using CLD-ABM Integrated Model

Ishardita Pambudi Tama, Willy Satrio Nugroho, Wayan Firdaus Mahmudy, Purnami Purnami
2022 Sustainability  
This study aims to develop a provisional model to explore the role of technology startups (TS) in covering the DI and DL of SMEs.  ...  The role of the Association of Southeast Asia Nations (ASEAN) small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as the regional socioeconomic stabilizer is inseparable from endogenous multisector collaboration.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors thank the Faculty of Engineering Universitas Brawijaya and Kementerian Perindustrian Indonesia (KEMENPRIN) for their support of this study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14148462 fatcat:hisppxbupvakpayjwsztlzzdbe

Market Entry by High Technology Startups: The Effect of Competition Level and Startup Innovativeness

Niron Hashai, Sarit Markovich
2017 Strategy Science  
We study the level of market competition as a determinant for the propensity of cooperation between startups entering new markets and incumbents operating in these markets.  ...  : The Effect of Competition Level and Startup Innovativeness.  ...  Acknowledgments Earlier versions of this paper have benefited from the comments of Ashish Arora, Brent Goldfarb, and Shane Greenstein.  ... 
doi:10.1287/stsc.2017.0033 fatcat:ihcxsctkkjadtpnkbuvr5yko7e

A world of difference? The impact of corporate venture capitalists' investment motivation on startup valuation

Patrick Röhm, Andreas Köhn, Andreas Kuckertz, Hermann S. Dehnen
2017 Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft  
Corporate venture capital (CVC) investors are regularly painted with the same brush, a fact underscored by the often observed belief in the extant literature that corporate venture capitalists (CVCs) form  ...  Keywords Corporate venture capital (CVC) Á Valuation Á Startups Á Computeraided text analysis (CATA) Á Cluster analysis Á Hierarchical linear modeling (HLM) JEL Classification C12 Á C30 Á C38 Á G24 Á G32  ...  Finally, we express our gratitude for the valuable feedback of the two anonymous reviewers, Michael Howard from the Texas A&M University and the participants of the G-Forum, an entrepreneurship conference  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11573-017-0857-5 fatcat:5d4sg3jz7jdfvk3oj22pmbyvjy

Venture Capital Investment in the Clean Energy Sector

Shikhar Ghosh, Ramana Nanda
2010 Social Science Research Network  
Sectors such as IT and software, that have relatively low levels of capital investment, are ideal sectors for VCs, where a syndicate of two to three investors can completely fund a startup through to IPO  ...  Many players therefore see a critical role for government in supporting the growth of the clean energy innovation pipeline.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1669445 fatcat:qqkvhikbcbgq5bqeduet253qam

Venture Capital Exits and the Structure of Stock Markets in China

2017 Asian Journal of Comparative Law  
This article uses China as a case study to explore the connection between the stock market and venture capital market.  ...  Existing literature suggests a strong relationship between a vibrant venture capital market and an active stock market: venture capital flourishes when venture capitalists can readily exit from successful  ...  future venture capital funds that are sponsored by successful venture capitalists. 27 As venture capital funds have a limited life span, successful exits are critical to the venture capitalists in ensuring  ... 
doi:10.1017/asjcl.2016.15 fatcat:v6msmaqnhjgtvgayqno5fb3q3y

The Consequences of Entrepreneurial Finance: Evidence from Angel Financings

William R. Kerr, Josh Lerner, Antoinette Schoar
2011 The Review of financial studies  
We confirm the positive effects for venture operations, with qualitative support for a higher likelihood of successful exits.  ...  On the other hand, there is no difference in access to additional financing around the discontinuity. This might suggest that financing is not a central input of angel groups.  ...  This article takes a fresh look at the question of whether entrepreneurial financiers affect the success and growth of new ventures.  ... 
doi:10.1093/rfs/hhr098 fatcat:ey56njzcmrc6bcykomgng5ttn4

Resources as dual sources of advantage: Implications for valuing entrepreneurial-firm patents

David H. Hsu, Rosemarie H. Ziedonis
2013 Strategic Management Journal  
Based on the financing activities of 370 venture-backed semiconductor startups, we provide new evidence that patents confer dual advantages in strategic factor markets, improved access and terms of trade  ...  As quality signals, patents also could improve access and the terms of trade in factor input markets.  ...  Susan Woodward of Sand Hill Econometrics kindly verified and improved the accuracy of our data. Matt Daniels, Faria Jabbar, Andrew Song, and Lesi Wang provided excellent research assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1002/smj.2037 fatcat:j7uiulgxjjdbxb2ba5dovswxey

Examining Investment Strategies of Venture Capitalists in Open Source Software

Mario Schaarschmidt, Harald von Kortzfleisch
2014 International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management (IJITM)  
A growing body of literature has explored the motivation of firms to take part in open source software (OSS) development, yet the role of venture capitalists and their role in OSS projects is largely unattached  ...  While the X axis represents the average age of a community / OSS product at the time of investment, the Y axis reflects the average round of a venture capitalist's entry.  ...  Section 2 outlines the theoretical background dealing with the business of venture capital, the role of risk as well as characteristics and business models of OSS.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0219877014500199 fatcat:a4n5er22jretfcox2nkcsxxxfu

Creating venture capital industries that co-evolve with high tech: Insights from an extended industry life cycle perspective of the Israeli experience

Gil Avnimelech, Morris Teubal
2006 Research Policy  
This paper presents an industry life cycle model of venture capital (VC) and associated startup-intensive high-tech clusters based on the Israeli experience of the last 35 years.  ...  A central sub-process in the Israeli case was VC-startup co-evolution, which was the critical link between the VC emergence and the transformation of the high-tech cluster into a startup-intensive configuration  ...  Their intervention has led to a significant improvement of earlier drafts. We appreciate the support received from the Venture Fun project of the PRIME Network of Excellence.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.respol.2006.09.017 fatcat:y25kqmjynvdj3ohibkssav5sfq

Risky business: Institutions vs. social networks in FDI

Sonal Pandya, David Leblang
2017 Economics & Politics  
We disaggregate FDI into two distinct varieties: mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and venture capital (VC).  ...  Our empirical analysis of dyadic VC and M&A flows covers over 100 countries during 1980-2009.  ...  Rochester, Darden School of Business, and meetings of the American Political Science PANDYA AND LEBLANG | 23 Association and International Political Economy Society.  ... 
doi:10.1111/ecpo.12088 fatcat:vy4djzwifvfvriqnpx6jszfvzu

Spatiotemporal Evolution of Entrepreneurial Activities and Its Driving Factors in the Yangtze River Delta, China

Haipeng Zhang, Wei Chen, Zhigao Liu
2022 Land  
The entrepreneurial process has undergone a stable period of slow growth (2001–2013), as well as one of rapid growth (2014–2018).  ...  The agglomerative patterns showed developmental trends of both concentration and diffusion, forming a dotted pattern of agglomeration centered on the provincial capitals of Nanjing, Hangzhou, and Hefei  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their comments and suggestions which contributed to the further improvement of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.3390/land11020216 fatcat:qyusaofz4feh3jbzndotoodt64
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