Corporate Venturing en syndication: les intérêts cognitifs des relations entre les entreprises industrielles et les sociétés financières de capital-risque

Abstract : This article examines the effectiveness of corporate venturing expenditures from the cognitive view point. Based on a sample of 135 industrial firms active in cv, we show that the cognitive benefits of corporate venturing are reserved to industrial companies spending heavily to initiate relationships with the largest number of venture capital companies or the most effective of them. These companies maintain the relational dynamics in renewing their spending period after period, which gives to the cv expenses a form investment status.
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Eric Braune, Kirsten Burkhardt, Eric Le Fur. Corporate Venturing en syndication: les intérêts cognitifs des relations entre les entreprises industrielles et les sociétés financières de capital-risque. Finance Contrôle Stratégie, Association FCS, A paraître, 18 (3), ⟨http://fcs.revues.org/1694⟩. ⟨hal-01329175⟩

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