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  • Why Venture Capital In Western Europe Emerged Later Than In The United States. - 1,181 words
    1st semester, 2004/2005 11 february 2005 Strategic Management Business Studies Universiteit van Amsterdam Table of contents 1 Introduction 1 2 The nature of venture capital 2 2.1 Definition of venture capital 2 2.2 (Ad)venturers of the past 2 2.3 How venture capital works 3 2.4 For innovation a vehicle is needed 4 2.5 Venture capital helps create vehicles for innovation 4 2.6 Realization of financial returns 5 3 Screening and evaluation process 6 3.1 Strategies and objectives of venture capitalists 6 3.2 Screening and decision making process 6 3.3 Decision to invest 8 3.4 Deal structuring 9 4 The development of venture capital in Western Europe 10 4.1 General 10 4.2 Environmental factors inf ...
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  • Why Venture Capital In Western Europe Emerged Later Than In The United States. - 1,204 words
    ... ducts and understand that innovators and their ideas and inventions form a potential to satisfy this demand. They understand that if one can merge capital with innovative and resourceful entrepreneurs, the market will buy the better and cheaper products created. That is why, the objective of venture capital is to find innovators with unique ideas and then supply them with capital to build an organisation to develop and market their innovations. Venture capitalists are a partner in innovation and share the risks and rewards with the innovator. 2.6 Realization of financial return When an innovation has been successfully introduced in the marketplace it generally follows the product lifecyc ...
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  • Why Venture Capital In Western Europe Emerged Later Than In The United States. - 1,463 words
    ... ure capital in Western Europe 4.1 General As we have seen in chapter 2.2 venture capital is about innovation: the process of bringing invention into use. Venture capital cannot exist other than in an innovative environment. The fact that Western Europe in the years between 1945 and 1970 was a less innovative place than the U.S.A. is well documented. An Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) study of 1970 uses two statistical indicators to measure the innovative performance in Western Europe and the U.S.A. First the study establishes the location of first commercial exploitation of 110 selected significant innovations from 1945 to 1970. Located in the U.S.A were 74 a ...
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  • Why Venture Capital In Western Europe Emerged Later Than In The United States. - 1,398 words
    ... iers and capital markets. As a consequence the venture capital industry in Western Europe also as of today is less developed (van Andel, 2004/2005). In the interview with van Andel in the next chapter this will be explained further and illustrated with the help of some real life cases. 5 Interview Interview in Dutch with HvA about the development of venture capital in the Netherlands. By FvA. 1. FvA: In de Verenigde Staten heeft venture capital zich na de tweede wereld oorlog enorm ontwikkeld. In Nederland en heel Europa was dit niet het geval. Wat was er in Nederland gaande in die jaren? HvA: Zoals in de scriptie beschreven waren er allerlei factoren die in Nederland (Europa) minder gun ...
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  • Dday Thesis - 1,705 words
    A private who was aboard one of the first few gliders to reach Normandy expresses his feeling: "I experienced an interesting psychological change in the few minutes before and immediately after take off. As I had climbed aboard and strapped myself into my seat I felt tense, strange and extremely nervous. It was as if I was in a fantasy dream world and thought that at any moment I would wake up from this unreality and find that I was back in the barrack room at Bulford Camp. Whilst we laughed and sang to raise our spirits - and perhaps to show others that we were no scared - personally I knew that I was frightened to death. The very idea of carrying out a night-time airborne landing of such a ...
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  • Dday Thesis - 1,580 words
    ... g the ultimate object of the bomber offensive. These conclusions, with their notes of pessimism, were not shared by the bomber commanders, and were echoes of a new problem of immense significance. Air power, and particularly the bomber, had introduce a new dimension into warfare. Despite results which were at best, inconclusive, and the continued growth of enemy fighter strength, the Commanders of the Allied Strategic Air Forces had reached the conclusion that they controlled the decisive instrument; that they could achieve victory alone. General Spaatz, commanding the United States Strategic Air Force (USSTAF), believed simply that Overlord was unnecessary. Air Chief Marshal Harris, his ...
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  • Mccarthyism - 1,515 words
    Vivian Gonzalez McCarthyism was one of the saddest events of American history. It destroyed peoples lives and shattered many families. It threw innocent people into a whirlwind of mass confusion and fictional portrayals of their lives. McCarthyism spawned for the countrys new found terror of Communism known as the red scare. McCarthyism was an extreme version of the red scare, a scare whose ends did not justify the means. The Red Scare happened twice in the history of this great country. When the communist took over Russia in 1919, the American people were unnerved. They were afraid of a communist take over in the states. When the First World War ended in 1918, there was still an ideological ...
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  • The Marine Corps - 1,560 words
    The following was a submitted report for a U.S. History research paper assignment We fight our country's battles in the air, on land and sea. First to fight for right and freedom, and to keep our honor clean; We are proud to claim the title of United States Marine. Our flag's unfurled to every breeze from dawn to setting sun. We have fought in every clime and place, where we could take a gun. In the snow of far off northern lands and in sunny tropic scenes, You will find us always on the job, The United States Marines. Here's health to you and to our Corps which we are proud to serve. In many a strife we've fought for life and never lost our nerve. If the Army and the Navy ever look on heave ...
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  • Caries - 2,340 words
    Caries have been a constant nuisance to humans, decaying teeth can become a major problem for those affected. It is certainly not the oldest pathology, nor the one of the greatest prevalence throughout humankind, but the information that can be extrapolate from such pathologies is great. The aim of this paper is to outline the pathology of caries and the influence that these have had on the human populations affected. Caries or caries dentium is the common name for tooth decay. It is a local disease, which is characterized by an irreversible and permanent destruction of the tooth hard tissue, enamel. Thus spreads the destruction to the rest of the tooth and, and possibly leading to tooth los ...
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  • The Shephard - 915 words
    Throughout time there has been at least one constant that I am aware of. That constant is art. One particular piece of art stands out and catches the eye. That piece of art is The Shepherdess and Her Flock constructed and perfected by Jean Francois Millet. When one makes a certain judgment on a piece of art, one must be precise and certain about that judgment. When observing Millet's piece I will take in to consideration three things to make my judgment: use of color, theme, and meaning. The Shepherdess and Her Flock catches the eye very quickly. The painting consists of a shepherdess tending to her sheep in some remote hills perhaps and most likely in Western Europe. The shepherdess herself ...
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  • Globalization Of Coke - 1,002 words
    Coca-Cola is a company that is known worldwide for its product. It is a drink that spans all ages, colors, races, and countries. The Coca-Cola Company is one that has been around for over 100 years, and has used this time to perfect its marketing strategy. The success of the company was built on many people with the great business knowledge and know-how to take a simply drink, and make it into a symbol that represents humanity. This paper will focus on not only the globalization of Coke, and Coke as a company, but also what advertising and media strategies have been used to help in the discourse of its globalization. The Coca-Cola Company is the world's leading manufacturer, marketer, and di ...
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  • Genesis, Your Vision For The Future - 2,190 words
    GENESIS Your Vision for the Future GENESIS Corporation is a company that deals with production of computer software and business applications that are essential for successful conduct of business today. We strive to provide affordable, innovative software solutions to users worldwide by applying creativity, experience and teamwork. The result of our efforts is production of high quality business solutions that make our customers live easier and their businesses more profitable. With the customers as a center of our mission, we succeed to produce successful results on challenging products. In achieving of this goal, we accept the customers as equal partners that we can rely on. We hope that ...
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  • The Decembrists - 1,493 words
    Russia has had a huge history as a country most of that history has been spread with a vast range of revolutionary activity, aimed at over throwing the autocratic governments of Russia. For the most part, the early revolts were provoked by the common folk who lacked functional knowledge of politics and economic to implement reforms had the revolutionaries had succeeded. In the early nineteenth century, however, the tides changed directions as revolutionary ideas began to build in the hearts and minds of young noblemen if Russia, who having witness the benefits of delivered by the constitutional governments to the countries in western Europe. The young noble men after having the idea implante ...
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  • How And Why Did The French Revolution Affect Ireland - 1,259 words
    ... ics of Ireland and induced Pitt to exert irresistible pressure on the Irish executive to grant Catholic Emancipation and reassess the governmental system. In 1793 the franchise was extended to the Catholic community, but the significance of the Convention did not stop there, as a Convention Act was also passed to prevent the meeting of Back Lane Parliaments. The French Revolution helped break the sectarian deadlock in Ireland as it had, according to Curtin, a major impact on Protestant perceptions of Catholics. The participation of Roman Catholics in overthrowing a corrupt monarchy in France and establishing a constitution arguably more representative than that in Protestant Britain seem ...
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  • Militarization Of The Us Mexico Broder - 1,834 words
    Militarization of the U.S. Mexico Border Corranle, all viene la migra!, translated into English, this means Run, there comes immigration! This is what illegal immigrants shout everyday when they are about to cross the Rio Grande in search for better lives. Unfortunately, not many get through alive because of the militarization that has developed on the U.S. border with Mexico. Operation Rio Grande continues a process put in motion over a century ago by the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo. It tries to erase the reality of a social geographical order that defies neat national divisions and impose a narrow notion of citizenship on people on both sides of the international boundary. In the process, ...
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  • Russia Vs United States - 1,062 words
    The United States and Russia have been battling off pernicious factions menacing the stability of their democracies over the years. Russia has come a long way over the past century, enduring a number of different phases that have completely desecrated any power Russia may have had paralleled to the rest of the world. The United States, however, has been evolving into a prosperous world power that has led to new respect from many other nations. Both Russia and the United States have struggled in the past at maintaining a significant amount of cultural commitment to preservation of specific aspects of their respective democracies. Having a relatively new democracy, Russian citizens have differ ...
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  • Us Involovement In Korea - 768 words
    The question of whether The United States was right to enter into the Korean war is not a geomilitary question, but rather an ethical one. Was the US just in their decision? To respond to this dilemma, we look to Just War Theory as our guide. Just War Theory denotes the inevitability of war, distinguishing between a moral and immoral war. The basic qualifications for a Just war involve a defensive or Punitive war. An offensive war is usually the immoral one. Aristotle helps to justify Just War Theory with his notion that, "No one chooses to be at war or provokes war for the sake of warWe make war that we may live at peace." In the late 1940's, the United States viewed the Soviet threat in re ...
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  • The Battle Of Midway - 911 words
    I am doing a report on the disease Diphtheria. The definition of the disease is a bacterial disease that affects the throat and can cause serious or fatal complications. It is a serious disease caused by the bacterium. There is a lot of history on this disease. In the late 1800s diphtheria came across western Europe and the United States, it killed thousands of children. The diphtheria characterized by infection is more contagious than the disease characterized by respiratory infection. Diphtheria is a disease of the respiratory system. It causes membranes to grow on the inner throat. Sometimes the membranes release a toxin into the bloodstream(which is poisonous). The membranes clog the air ...
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  • Charlemagne - 663 words
    Charlemagne, also known as Charles the Great, became the undisputed ruler of Western Europe, By the sword and the cross. As Western Europe was deteriorating Charlemagne was crowned the privilege of being joint king of the Franks in 768 AD. People of Western Europe, excluding the church followers, had all but forgotten the great gifts of education and arts that they had possessed at one time. Charlemagne solidly defeated barbarians and kings in identical fashion during his reign. Using the re-establishment of education and order, Charlemagne was able to save many political rights and restore culture in Western Europe. Charlemagne was born in 742 AD, to a very famous and well-known family. Cha ...
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  • Russia - 1,795 words
    ... elected into power. But the elections in April put many radicals into power and the tsar disbanded that Duma. He then disbanded the one after that too, in turn he formed a much more conservative Duma that was mostly under his control. He had regained all of the power that he had lost due to the revolution of 1905. 6) The March Revolution: Food riots broke out in Petrograd, and when the Czar ordered the Duma to dissolve and they did not obey. Soldiers were not able to stop rioting in the cities. Workers and soldiers in Petrograd organized radical legislative bodies called Soviets. The rebellion spread throughout the country and to the troops, who deserted by tens of thousands. On March 1 ...
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