Financing Creativity

  • Ronald Kay


This chapter points out the role of the various institutions involved in the financing of Science and Hi-Tech. The emphasis is on their impact upon management and upon national policy. The role of Venture Capital, Charitable Foundations, and R&D funding by government agencies is the focus.


Venture Capital Venture Capital Investment Venture Capital Firm Portfolio Company Successful Entrepreneur 
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  1. 1.San FranciscoUSA

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