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Venture Capital, Private Equity, and the Financing of Entrepreneurship
John Wiley and Sons Ltd, February 2012, Pages: 464
Venture Capital, Private Equity, and the Financing of Entrepreneurship explores the exciting world of active investing and lays out in a clear and readily accessible way their key features, ways of doing business and likely evolution. The book follows the cycle of active investing. Raising funds, considering transactions, structuring and overseeing transactions, and exiting investments are considered in turn. The focus is not just on the U.S. market, but on the increasingly global nature of these activities.
About the Authors
2 The Private Equity Cycle - Fund Raising & Fund Choosing
3 Deal Sourcing and Evaluation - Not as Easy as it Looks
4 Assigning Value
5 Deal Structuring - Private Equity Securities and Their Motivation
6 After the Money Arrives?
7 Getting Liquid: Exits and Distributions
8 The Globalization of Venture Capital and Private Equity
9 Risk and Return
10 The Impact of Private Equity on Society - Does This Really Matter Anyway?
11 People, Positions and Culture: The Management of the Private Equity Firm
12 Scaling and Institutionalization
13 Boom and Bust
14 Wrapping Up
Josh Lerner Harvard Business School and National Bureau of Economic Research.
Ann Leamon Senior Research Associate at the Harvard Business School.
Felda Hardymon Harvard Business School.