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Improving access to finance for young innovative enterprises with growth potential: evidence of impact on firms' outputs: Part 1. Equity instruments: lessons learned from policy evaluations

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Drawing on available academic literature and policy evaluation studies, the report aims to identify the impact of public support through equity instruments on firm performance, measured by growth in employment, turnover and innovative activities. It also puts forward main lessons on policy design and implementation. It employs a mixed-method approach based on evaluation synthesis.

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  • Katarzyna Szkuta & Blagoy Stamenov & Anna Ianshyna, 2017. "Improving access to finance for young innovative enterprises with growth potential: evidence of impact on firms' outputs: Part 1. Equity instruments: lessons learned from policy evaluations," JRC Research Reports JRC109163, Joint Research Centre (Seville site).
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