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D. Quantitative Research Methods, Measurements and Results: Applications in Innovation and Entrepreneurial Finance Research

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Responsables

Elisa Ughetto (Politecnico di Torino)

Pré-requis

Basic knowledge of linear regression models and of entrepreneurial finance concepts.

Objectifs

The course aims at achieving the following primary learning outcomes: (a) foster the ability
to critically review research with a particular focus on research design and methodological
issues; (b) stimulate the exploration of novel and testable research propositions; (c) offer
useful methodological tools for the preparation of the dissertation and future research.

Contenu

The course is designed to provide an overview of research design and quantitative
methods prominent in cutting edge research in entrepreneurial finance. To that end, a
selected number of papers will be examined and discussed. Both cross-sectional and
panel data techniques will be highlighted in the examination of selected academic works
from the entrepreneurial finance field.

Calendrier

-3 avril 2019 : 10h - 13h : salle 119 (Manufacture des tabacs)
-3 avril 2019 : 14h - 17h : salle 119 (Manufacture des tabacs)
-4 avril 2019 : 10h - 12h : salle 309 (Manufacture des tabacs)
-4 avril 2019 : 16h - 18h : salle 309 (Manufacture des tabacs)
-5 avril 2019 :   9h - 11h : salle 318 (Manufacture des tabacs)

Bibliographie

CROCE, A., GUERINI, M., UGHETTO E. (2018). Angel financing and the performance of
high- tech start-ups: an exploratory study, Journal of Small Business Management, 56 (2),
208-228
COWLING, M., UGHETTO, E., LEE N. (2018). The innovation debt penalty: Cost of debt,
loan default, and the effects of a public loan guarantee on high-tech firms, Technological
Forecasting and Social Change, 127, 166-176Ecole Doctorale Sciences Economiques et de Gestion - University of Lyon – PhD program
UGHETTO, E., SCELLATO, G., COWLING, M. (2017). Cost of capital and public loan
guarantees to small firms, Small Business Economics, 49 (2), 319-337
BUZZACCHI, L., SCELLATO, G., UGHETTO, E. (2015). Investment stage drifts and
venture capital managerial incentives, Journal of Corporate Finance, 33, 118-128
CROCE, A., D’ADDA, D., UGHETTO E. (2015). Venture capital financing and the financial
distress risk of portfolio firms. How independent and bank-affiliated investors differ, Small
Business Economics: An Entrepreneurship Journal, 44 (1), 189-206
BUZZACCHI, L., SCELLATO, G., UGHETTO E. (2013), The investment strategies of
publicly sponsored venture capital funds, Journal of Banking and Finance, 37(3), 707-716
CANNONE, G., UGHETTO, E. (2014). Funding innovation at regional level: an analysis of
a public policy intervention in the Piedmont region, Regional Studies, 48(2), 270-283
GRILLI, L., MURTINU, S. (2014). Government, venture capital and the growth of European
high-tech entrepreneurial firms. Research Policy 43 (9) 1523-1543
Cumming D.J., Dai, N. 2013. Why do entrepreneurs switch lead venture capitalists?
Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice 37 (5): 999-1017.
UGHETTO E. (2010), Assessing the contribution to innovation of private equity investors:
a study on European buyouts, Research Policy, vol. 39 (1), 126-140
UGHETTO E. (2008), Does finance matter for R&D investment? New evidence from a
panel of Italian firms, Cambridge Journal of Economics, vol.32(6), pp.907-925