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A portrait of innovative start-ups across countries

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  • Stefano Breschi
  • Julie Lassébie
  • Carlo Menon

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The report presents new cross-country descriptive evidence on innovative start-ups and related venture capital investments drawing upon Crunchbase, a new dataset that is unprecedented in terms of scope and comprehensiveness. The analysis employs a mix of different statistical techniques (descriptive graphics, econometric analysis, and machine learning) to highlight a number of findings. First, there are significant cross-country differences in the professional and educational background of start-ups’ founders, notably the share of founders with previous academic experience and in the share of “serial entrepreneurs”. Conversely, the founders’ average age is rather constant across countries, but shows a fair degree of variability across sectors. Second, IP assets, and in particular the presence of an inventor in the team of founders, are strongly associated with start-ups’ success. Finally, female founders are less likely to receive funding, receive lower amounts when they do receive financing, and have a lower probability of successful exit, when other factors are controlled for.

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  • Stefano Breschi & Julie Lassébie & Carlo Menon, 2018. "A portrait of innovative start-ups across countries," OECD Science, Technology and Industry Working Papers 2018/2, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:stiaaa:2018/2-en
    DOI: 10.1787/f9ff02f4-en
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