Policy Options and Instruments for Financing Innovation: A Practical Guide to Early-stage Financing
United Nations Publications, 2009 - Business & Economics - 62 pages
"This guide provides practical advice on the different sources of finance available to innovative companies in the early stages of their development. It also presents the various policy options and instruments that can be deployed by the public sector to increase the supply of potentially successful innovative companies and to mobilise private financing to support the development of these companies. In addition, it discusses different good practices and institutions that increase the effectiveness of the activities of the various agents, both private and public, involved in the financing of innovative enterprises."--Publisher's website.
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