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The year 2009 will be a difficult one for small business finance. We’re in the midst of a recession that looks to rival, if not beat, the recession of 1980-1982 as the worst since the Great Depression. While I’d like to make some rosy predictions about small business finance in the coming year, I’m afraid that the data won’t support that. So I’m going to have to point to the reality. Here are my top five trends for small business finance for 2009: 1. The amount of capital provided to small and start-up companies will continue to shrink All of the sources of finance, from venture capitalists to ...
Posted by R. Christopher Small, Co-editor, HLS Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, on Friday May 14, 2010 at 9:42 am Editor’s Note: Josh Lerner is a Professor of Entrepreneurial Management and Finance at Harvard Business School. In the paper, The Consequences of Entrepreneurial Finance: A Regression Discontinuity Analysis , which was recently made publicly available on SSRN, my co-authors (William Kerr and Antoinette Schoar) and I document the role of angel funding for the growth, survival, and access to follow-on funding of high-growth start-up firms. We use ... Read More
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