Venture Capitalists' Exit Strategies under Information Asymmetry: Evidence from the US Venture Capital Market by Matthias EckermannVenture Capitalists' Exit Strategies under Information Asymmetry: Evidence from the US Venture Capital Market by Matthias Eckermann

Venture Capitalists' Exit Strategies under Information Asymmetry: Evidence from the US Venture…

byMatthias Eckermann

Paperback | January 26, 2006

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This book has been submitted as dissertation at the Faculty of Business Man­ agement and Economics at Dresden University of Technology, Germany on January 19, 2005. Throughout the completion of this thesis, I received much encouragement and advice from mentors, colleagues and friends. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of them. First of all, I would like to express my gratitude to my supervisor Prof. Dr. Michael Schefczyk for providing a fruitful research atmosphere at the SAP Chair for Entrep- neurship and Innovation at Dresden University of Technology. His comments and support helped me develop and complete this thesis. Moreover, I thank Prof. Schefczyk for supporting my ambitions to conduct research in the United States. Second, I am especially grateful to Prof. Andrew L. Zacharakis, Ph.D. for hosting me as visiting scholar at Babson College and for supervising my project during this time. This thesis benefited tremendously from his knowledge and from his out­ standing support. His encouragement and support also helped me survive less pro­ ductive times. A great debt is to Prof. Dr. Herman Locarek-Junge who accepted the burden of being my second examiner at Dresden University of Technology. The final paper benefited tremendously from conversations with several experi­ enced researchers and practitioners in the United States. I want to thank Elaine I.
Dr. Matthias Eckermann promovierte bei Prof. Dr. Michael Schefczyk am Lehrstuhl für Entrepreneurship und Innovation an der Technischen Universität Dresden. Er ist im Investment Banking in London tätig.
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Title:Venture Capitalists' Exit Strategies under Information Asymmetry: Evidence from the US Venture…Format:PaperbackDimensions:304 pagesPublished:January 26, 2006Publisher:Deutscher UniversitätsverlagLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3835001264

ISBN - 13:9783835001268

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Venture capital investments and divestmentsInformation asymmetry as overall problemDevelopment stages and financing requirements of start-ups, start-up finance, VCs' business modelVCs' exit means, the exit process, recent exit trendsAnalytical frameworkResearch methodologyEmpirical analysis