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Doing Well by Doing Good?: Community Development Venture Capital
Anna Kovner (au); Josh Lerner (au)
This study examines the investments and performance of community development venture capital (CDVC). The authors find substantial differences between CDVC and traditional venture capital (VC) investments: CDVC investments are far more likely to be in nonmetropolitan regions and in regions with little prior venture capital activity. Moreover, CDVC is likely to be in earlier-stage investments and in industries outside the venture capital mainstream that have lower probabilities of successful exit. Even after the authors control for this unattractive transaction mix, the probability of a CDVC investment being successfully exited is lower. One benefit of CDVCs may be their effect in bringing traditional VC investment to underserved regions. Tables. This is a print on demand report.
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