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Title: Improving Chinese Expenditure Incentive Programs for Venture Capital Investment: A Comparative Study of Government Expenditure Supporting Policies of Venture Capital Investment in the United States, Canada and China
Authors: Hu, Yihua
Advisor: Ho, Betty
Department: Law
Keywords: Venture Capital Investment
Venture Capital Financing
Government Expenditure Incentive VC Programs
Government Expenditure Supporting VC Policies
Comparative Study
United States, Canada, China
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2011
Abstract: This thesis will discuss the role of government in venture capital market and illustrate the national difference of that through a comparative study of government expenditure supporting policies of venture capital investment in the USA, Canada and China. Firstly, the prototype programs designed by Small Business Administration (SBA) of the United States and Canadian policies by the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) will be discussed. Secondly, the current Chinese government expenditure supporting policies will then be studied in the context of the Chinese venture capital market’s unique political, economical and legislative background. Ultimately, potential improvements in the future expenditure incentive programs in China will be explored.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/25623
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