Initial capital structure of portuguese innovative firms : the role of nascent entrepreneurs' human capital

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Eduardo Couto; José Bilau;
(2011)
  • Publisher: Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão
  • Journal: volume XVI,issue 1,pages29-42
  • Subject: Initial Capital Structure; Innovative Firms; Human Capital. | Human Capital | Initial Capital Structure | Innovative Firms

The aim of this study is to analyse whether the human capital of the nascent entrepreneur influences the initial capital structure of Portuguese innovative firms. The research model used includes a dependent binary variable devised to check the initial capital structure... View more
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