Innovation and Venture Capital Policy in Brazil and South Africa
June 9, 2013 Editor 0
This paper examines what constrains and what augments innovation in emerging markets, with a focus on the role of venture capital. It analyses what policy options are open to the government to facilitate innovation. To do this it looks at two country case studies: Brazil and South Africa.
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