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Kockázati tőke európai szemmel. A kockázati- és magántőkeipar másfél évtizedes fejlődése Magyarországon és Kelet-Közép-Európában
[Venture capital through European eyes. The development of venture and privatecapital industry in Hungary and Central Eastern Europe]

  • Karsai, Judit
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    Kelet-Közép-Európa kockázatitőke- és magántőke-ágazata fejletlenebb, ám nagyobb lehetőségeket ígérő, mint az EU-15 tagjaié. Magyarország mindinkább elveszíti régi ón belüli kezdeti előnyét, eközben azonban egyre jobban közelít az EU-ban kialakult normákhoz. Pozitív oldalról ez a tőkealapok növekedését és globalizálódását, a kivá sárlások növekvő jelentőségét, valamint a kilépések sokszínűbbé válását jelenti. Negatív oldalról pedig a fejlődésük korai szakaszában tartó cégek EU-ban is nehéz kes finanszírozását, a kis nemzeti piacból adódó hátrányok fennmaradását, valamint a kiugró hozamok csökkenését takarja. Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) kód: M13, G24.

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    Volume (Year): LIII (2006)
    Issue (Month): 11 ()
    Pages: 1023-1051

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