Screening and valuing venture capital investments: evidence from Hungary, Poland and Slovakia
This paper examines the screening and valuation approaches used by venture capital firms in emerging markets using evidence from surveys of venture capital firms in Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. The results show notable differences in the state of development and operation of the venture capital markets both between the three countries and in comparison with the developed UK venture capital market, especially in relation to the degree of equity ownership sought by venture capitalists, the information used in deal screening and valuation methods.
Volume (Year): 10 (1998)
Issue (Month): 3 (January)
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