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Venture capital: una mirada al constructo teórico, su rol en los nuevos emprendimientos y agenda de investigación futura

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  • MARÍA ANDREA TRUJILLO DÁVILA

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  • ALEXANDER GUZMÁN VÁSQUEZ

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    La consolidación de los venture capital como industria, ha señalado un camino alternativo para laconsecución de recursos fi nancieros para aquellas empresas con características particulares talescomo el pertenecer a sectores de alto riesgo, ser jóvenes, poseer problemas de asimetrías de informacióny no contar con un reconocimiento de su potencial futuro en un determinado sector. Unadiscusión alrededor del constructo teórico de los venture capital, el rol de los mismos más allá de laintermediación fi nanciera, sus implicaciones en el área de política pública, así como oportunidadesde investigación futura, son los tópicos abordados en la presente revisión a la literatura; la cual esconstruida bajo diferentes aportes teóricos y empíricos realizados y publicados en distintos journalsacadémicos en la última década.

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    Volume (Year): (2008)
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