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Capital Market Imperfections and Entrepreneurial Finance

Economics 428 - Fall 2020

Analysis of problems in capital markets for firm financing and institutional structures that address these problems. Investigation of asymmetric information between firms and potential investors and associated moral hazard and adverse selection problems that raise the cost of funds and constrain firm growth. Empirical tests for the presence of financing constraints on firms. A substantial portion of the course explores the role of venture capital, especially in the high-tech sector of the United States economy where venture capital is important for commercializing cutting-edge science. Prerequisite: Econ 4011. Econ 413 is recommended. EVENING MID-TERM EXAM: Thursday, October 29, 7:00 - 8:30 PM central time. FINAL EXAM: Wednesday, January 6, 7:00 - 9:00 PM central time. There may be flexibility on start times, see instructor.
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Section 01

Capital Market Imperfections and Entrepreneurial Finance
INSTRUCTOR: Petersen, B.
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Capital Market Imperfections and Entrepreneurial Finance
INSTRUCTOR: Petersen, B.
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