Business Planning

EquityNet’s Original Research Studies

By | June 7, 2011

For the last seven years, EquityNet has conducted an extensive body research in the areas of Entrepreneurship, Private Equity, e-Marketplaces, Private Enterprise Survival Risk, and more.  We are often asked what caused us to begin doing what we’re doing.  There was no eureka moment in the shower.   Much of the idea that evolved started with these studies:

  1. At the Individual Level – Outlining Angel Investing in the U.S. (Robert Wiltbank, 2005)
  2. How Venture Boards Influence The Success or Failure of Technology Companies (Dennis Jaffe, et al, 2003)
  3. Research of Venture Capitalists’ Decision Making (Dean Shepherd, 1997)
  4. Venture Capital Impact 2004 – VC Benefits to the U.S. Economy (Global Insight, 2004)
  5. Wharton Private Equity Review – Finding Value in a Crowded Market (Wharton, 2006)
  6. Whom You Know Matters – Venture Capital Networks & Investment Performance (Yael Hochberg, et al, 2005)
  7. Working Group on Venture Capital – Final Report (Mario Cardullo, et al, 2005)
  8. Competing Matchmaking (Ettore Damiano, et al, 2005)
  9. e-Commerce Overview of Electronic Marketplaces (SourceCAN, 2002)
  10. A Neural Network Approach to Compare Predictive Value of Accounting Versus Market Data (Choong Nyoung Kim, 2002)
  11. Small Business Success – A Review of the Literature (Linda Shonesy, et al, 1998)

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