About this book
Jan Buchmann focuses on the valuation of a firm’s innovation potential based on that firm’s position in its lifecycle. Compared to existing research, the author does not center his research exclusively on mathematical valuation methodologies. Instead, the author compares collected valuation input data, data interpretation approaches, and valuation methodologies suggested by theory with the ones applied by experienced valuation experts in a very structured way by applying a firm typology. Subsequently, he uncovers essential differences between theory and practice and derives theory-extending hypotheses from the uncovered differences.
- Significance of Valuing Firms and Their Innovation Potential
- Value of Resources and Innovation
- Valuation Process and Context Factors
- Researchers and students in the fields of business strategy, corporate finance, innovation management and entrepreneurship
- Practitioners in these areas
Dr. Jan Buchmann researches strategic and innovation management, organizational sciences, and corporate finance and wrote his dissertation under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Ronald Gleich at EBS Business School’s Strascheg Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Oestrich-Winkel.
The series Innovationsmanagement und Entrepreneurship is edited by Prof. Dr. Ronald Gleich, Prof. Dr. Patrick Spieth and Prof. Dr. Florian Täube.