This dissertation examines angel investing outcomes. Research on angel investing outcomes is under investigated in the existing literature. This study relies on a unique dataset of archival data gathered from Pitchbook and also hand-collected information from LinkedIn. This study addresses the question of angel investing outcomes; are some angel investors more successful than others, as measured by the number of exits in their investment portfolio. This study follows existing studies looking at investor schema and angel investing outcomes. The results suggest that some angel investors are more successful than others, as measured by the number of exits.
|Commitee:||Anthony, Andrea, Hua, David|
|School:||Golden Gate University|
|Department:||Business & Management|
|School Location:||United States -- California|
|Source:||DAI-A 82/5(E), Dissertation Abstracts International|
|Subjects:||Entrepreneurship, Management, Finance|
|Keywords:||Angel groups, Angel investor, Angel networks, Entrepreneurial finance, Seed, Venture capital|
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