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What Drives Venture Capital Fundraising in India: An Empirical Analysis of Systematic and Non-Systematic Factors

By KA Joshi and Bala MH Subrahmanya

Abstract

In this paper, we develop a consolidated Supply-Demand framework of the Venture Capital (VC) ecosystem for India. Further, we empirically analyze the supply side of this ecosystem to ascertain the influence of systematic (macro) and non-systematic (micro) factors on VC fundraising. At the macro level, our results indicate that relatively strong fundamentals of the Indian economy in the past decade as compared with the severe recessionary tendencies in the developed economies have been critical in determining the aggregate volume of VC fundraising. Among the micro factors, past performance and reputation of the individual fund managers have been instrumental in determining their fund raising potential

Topics: Management Studies
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.iisc.ac.in:51101
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