Does Social Entrepreneurship Training Work? – Only if Carefully Designed

by Thomas Åstebro & Florian Hoos Social entrepreneurship is characterized by a deep commitment to a social cause and the desire to develop new business models with economic, social, and ecological impacts. But can people be trained to become better … Continue reading Does Social Entrepreneurship Training Work? – Only if Carefully Designed

Dumb Money or Smart Money? Meta-analytically Unpacking Corporate Venture Capital (CVC) Performance

Established corporations, such as Intel, Amazon, Google, or Johnson & Johnson, have played a pivotal role in startup fundraising in recent decades. Despite the surge in the volume of CVC investors and deals, there is disagreement yet on whether CVC … Continue reading Dumb Money or Smart Money? Meta-analytically Unpacking Corporate Venture Capital (CVC) Performance