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Developments in Entrepreneurial Finance and Technology

9781800884335 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by David B. Audretsch, Indiana University, US and the Department of Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship, University of Klagenfurt, Austria, Maksim Belitski, Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK, Nada Rejeb, ICD Business School of Paris, France and Rosa Caiazza, Parthenope University of Naples, Italy
Publication Date: August 2022 ISBN: 978 1 80088 433 5 Extent: c 320 pp
This book offers cutting-edge insights into the changing landscape of entrepreneurial finance, as digital technologies play an increasingly dynamic role in the world economy. Assessing the rapid development of innovative technologies in entrepreneurial ecosystems, it contributes to a wider discussion on the role that technology plays in facilitating and commercializing ideas in the context of global finance.

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This book offers cutting-edge insights into the changing landscape of entrepreneurial finance, as digital technologies play an increasingly dynamic role in the world economy. Assessing the rapid development of innovative technologies in entrepreneurial ecosystems, it contributes to a wider discussion on the role that technology plays in facilitating and commercializing ideas in the context of global finance.
 
Chapters offer a systemic, comparative analysis of the interplay between financial activities and digital technologies, reflecting on the acceleration of the development of innovative technologies and alternative financing. The book includes thoughtful discussions of women entrepreneurs, crowdfunding, business angels and big data, connecting these topics to wider discussions of technology-based entrepreneurship. Offering interdisciplinary insights from a variety of entrepreneurial contexts, including startups, universities, corporations and the public sector, contributors demonstrate the role of digital technologies in facilitating entrepreneurial ecosystems.
 
Bringing together state-of-the-art qualitative and quantitative research on entrepreneurial ecosystems, this book offers crucial insights for academics and researchers of entrepreneurial finance looking for a better understanding of the contemporary role of digital technologies in alternative financing. Policymakers and practitioners will also benefit from the managerial implications of real-world scenarios analysed by contributors.
Critical Acclaim
‘The intellectual breadth of Audretsch, Belitski, Rejeb, and Caiazza is exemplified in this collection of papers on entrepreneurial finance and technology. The eminent scholars who contributed exhibited through their writings cutting edge insight on the integration of two important fields of study. A must read.’
– Albert N. Link, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, US

‘This ambitious volume draws upon a wide variety of contributions in developing a comprehensive overview of entrepreneurial finance and technology, ranging from the discovery of entrepreneurial opportunities, to industry and country differences, to the role of science, to the role of financing entrepreneurial activities. Developments in Entrepreneurial Finance and Technology represents a major contribution to the field and can be warmly recommended to those who already are entrepreneurship researchers and practitioners.’
– Erik E. Lehmann, University of Augsburg, Germany
Contributors
Contributors include: Daniel Agyare, Martina Aronica, David B. Audretsch, Maksim Belitski, Rosa Caiazza,Wendy Chen, James A. Cunningham, Hoda El Kolaly, Henry Etzkowitz, Maribel Guerrero, Davide Hahn, Patrick Haslanger, María José Ibáñez, Matthias Menter, Alexander Mikhaylov, Tommaso Minola, Rita Nasr, Kofi Osei-Frimpong, Davide Piacentino, Pasquale Massimo Picone, Natalya Radko, Nada Rejeb, Mahsa Samsami, Deepa Scarrà, Thomas Schøtt, Nikolaus Seitz, Lebene Richmond Soga, Silvio Vismara, Kayleigh Watson, Stepan Zemtsov, Chunyan Zhou
Contents
Contents
List of contributors vii
Introduction to entrepreneurial finance and technology xvi
David B. Audretsch, Maksim Belitski, Nada Rejeb and Rosa Caiazza

PART I TECHNOLOGY AND ENTREPRENEURIAL CONTEXT
1 The technological dilemma for entrepreneurial leaders:
who drives innovation? 2
Lebene Richmond Soga, Kofi Osei-Frimpong and Rita Nasr
2 Startups and regional entrepreneurial ecosystems: the
Russian case 23
Stepan Zemtsov and Alexander Mikhaylov
3 Women serial high-tech entrepreneurs: a literature review
and research agenda 39
María José Ibáñez and Maribel Guerrero
4 Big data analytics and internationalisation in Italian firms 67
Martina Aronica, Davide Piacentino and Pasquale Massimo Picone
5 Science, entrepreneurship, and spin-off diversity 82
Deepa Scarrà
6 Entrepreneurial university stakeholders and their
contribution to knowledge and technologies transfer 90
Natalya Radko

PART II FINANCING FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP
7 The invention and diffusion of venture capital: when
knowledge married capital 118
Henry Etzkowitz, Chunyan Zhou and Rosa Caiazza
8 Public sector entrepreneurship, principal investigators, and
entrepreneurial effectuation 130
James A. Cunningham, Matthias Menter and Kayleigh Watson
9 A systematic literature review of reward-based crowdfunding 146
Wendy Chen
10 Business angels’ ties with entrepreneurs 182
Mahsa Samsami, Hoda El Kolaly and Thomas Schøtt
11 Exploring the landscape of corporate venture capital and
corporate accelerators in Germany 199
Nikolaus Seitz and Patrick Haslanger
12 Non-accounting drivers of start-up valuation by early-stage
equity investors: literature review and future research agenda 227
Daniel Agyare, Davide Hahn, Tommaso Minola and Silvio
Vismara

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