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The types of firms attracting venture capital in Europe appear to be less research intensive than those in the United States. B oth the United States and Europe have sizable and increasingly active venture capital markets. In 1996, U.S. venture capital investments reached $9.4 billion, recovering from a 1991 recession low of about $2.6 billion.  Venture capital investments in 17 European countries totaled 6.8 billion European currency units (ECU) in 1996; this is about $8.6 billion and nearly twice the amount invested in Europe in 1993.  The United Kingdom leads Europe in both ...
With increased globalization people have seen the need to increase wealth creation especially within the underdeveloped Third World. It has also become evident that neither the government nor the formal sector can supply the necessary job creation without a sustained effort and partnerships between all sectors of the economy. One means of creating work opportunities will be the development of entrepreneurial and innovative skills within the country. The creation of such job opportunities by encouraging entrepreneurial innovation has been well illustrated by Dana, Korot and Tovstiga ... Read More
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