The venture capitalistâ€™s cognitive approach: Validation through the Tunisian context
Dziri Houda and
Cogent Economics & Finance, 2017, vol. 5, issue 1, 1323371
This study is aimed to examine the major determinants of cognitive approach investigated with according to a set of 150 firms financed by Tunisian venture capital agencies observed over the period 2010â€“2015. We are led to conclude that some venture capitalistâ€™s characters do appear to affect the cognitive contribution within funded firms. In addition, it has been revealed that the managerâ€™s share held, the venture capitalistâ€™ participation in the capital and the firm age appear to have a significant influence on the cognitive approach adopted by the venture capital.
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