The globalisation of angel investments
Antoinette Schoar (),
Stanislav Sokolinski and
Karen E. Wilson
Working Papers from Bruegel
Highlights The last decade has seen a rapid expansion and deepening of the types of vehicles that fund start-up firms in the U.S. and worldwide. In particular, we have seen a growing role of angel groups and other more “individualistic” funding options for start-ups, such as super angels or crowd sourcing platforms. Authors seek to understand the nature and consequences of angel investments across a variety of geographies with varying levels...
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