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Venture capital internationalization: synthesis and future research directions

David Devigne UGent, Sophie Manigart UGent, Tom Vanacker UGent and Klaas Mulier UGent (2018) JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC SURVEYS.
abstract
Research on venture capital internationalization (VC) has expanded rapidly over the last decade. This paper reviews the extant literature on VC internationalization and highlights gaps in our knowledge. We identify three major research streams within this literature, which revolve around the following questions: (1) which VC firms invest across borders and what countries do they target, with a macro-economic or a micro-economic focus; (2) how do VC firms address the liabilities of non-domestic investing; and (3) what are the real effects of international VC investments? We provide an overview of the contributions in these research streams, discuss the role of public policy, and suggest avenues for future research. Specifically, we call for a deeper understanding of: (1) the functioning and impact of VC firms’ modes of internationalization; (2) micro level processes such as the functioning and decision making of international investment committees, the interaction between headquarters and local offices, or the development of international human and social capital; (3) the role of country institutions in VC internationalization and its real effects; and (4) the interplay of international VC with alternative financing sources.
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Entrepreneurial finance, Venture capital, Cross-border investment, Foreign direct investment, Internationalization
journal title
JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC SURVEYS
ISSN
0950-0804
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A1
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8564001
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8564001
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2018-06-04 08:49:34
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2018-07-10 09:22:39
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  author       = {Devigne, David and Manigart, Sophie and Vanacker, Tom and Mulier, Klaas},
  issn         = {0950-0804 },
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC SURVEYS},
  keyword      = {Entrepreneurial finance,Venture capital,Cross-border investment,Foreign direct investment,Internationalization},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Venture capital internationalization: synthesis and future research directions},
  year         = {2018},
}

Chicago
Devigne, David, Sophie Manigart, Tom Vanacker, and Klaas Mulier. 2018. “Venture Capital Internationalization: Synthesis and Future Research Directions.” Journal of Economic Surveys.
APA
Devigne, D., Manigart, S., Vanacker, T., & Mulier, K. (2018). Venture capital internationalization: synthesis and future research directions. JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC SURVEYS.
Vancouver
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Devigne D, Manigart S, Vanacker T, Mulier K. Venture capital internationalization: synthesis and future research directions. JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC SURVEYS. 2018;
MLA
Devigne, David, Sophie Manigart, Tom Vanacker, et al. “Venture Capital Internationalization: Synthesis and Future Research Directions.” JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC SURVEYS (2018): n. pag. Print.