Buchhandelstext For the last few years researchers in business administration have increasingly become aware of the central role of small and medium enterprises for the prosperity of an economy. As a consequence, “entrepeneurship” has grown a most relevant sub-discipline in business administration. This special issue focuses on the specific problems in the field of finance that are essential for small and medium enterprises. The articles offer an excellent overview of research questions lying at the very heart of entrepreneurial finance and thus may serve as the starting point for further interesting investigations.
Inhalt Venture Capital Financing and Capital Structure Choice: A Panel Study of German Growth Companies
Linking Incorporated Cultural and Financial Capital of the Entrepreneur in a New Venture Creation Context: A Cross-Country Comparison
Angels or Demons? Evidence on the Impact of Private Equity Firms on Employment
Antecedents of Style Drift in Private Equity Investments
Financing Young Biotechnology Companies: Public Support and Venture Capital in Comparison
Zielgruppe Lecturers and Students of Financial Management and Economics
Über den Autor/Hrsg Dr. Wolfgang Breuer is Professor for Financial Management at RWTH Aachen.
Dr. Malte Brettel is Professor for Economics at RWTH Aachen.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Biotechnology - Capital Structure - Entrepreneur - Entrepreneurial Finance - Financial Capital - Private Equity - Venture Capital