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Vogel (2001), p. 1053 cited in Fingerle (2005), p. 70. d. d. 8 hours) of their time (cf. Fried/Hisrich (1994), p. 31). 97 Cf. Gorman/Sahlman (1989), p. 233; Achleitner (2001), p. 523; Vater (2003), p. 137. 98 Cf. Lockett/Wright (2001), p. 378. Deal flow refers to a continuous stream of investment opportunities a venture capitalist has (cf. Söderblom/Wiklund (2006), p. 27). 99 Some authors also refer to deal origination as sourcing, search, or generation of deal flow (cf. Hall/Hofer (1993), p. 28; Achleitner (2001), p.

State banks (Landesbanken) are mainly owned by public institutions and regional savings banks. 86 Furthermore, state banks and cooperative central institutes are also the main fund investors of these venture capitalists. This leads to the fact that some of these venture capitalists have next to their financial goals also regional economic development as an objective. However, Achleitner et al. (2009) find that this group of venture capitalists are in transition and that more and more of them focus solely on financial returns.

97 Cf. Gorman/Sahlman (1989), p. 233; Achleitner (2001), p. 523; Vater (2003), p. 137. 98 Cf. Lockett/Wright (2001), p. 378. Deal flow refers to a continuous stream of investment opportunities a venture capitalist has (cf. Söderblom/Wiklund (2006), p. 27). 99 Some authors also refer to deal origination as sourcing, search, or generation of deal flow (cf. Hall/Hofer (1993), p. 28; Achleitner (2001), p. 524). 100 Cf. Achleitner (2001), p. 524. 101 Cf. Fingerle (2005), p. 71. 102 Cf. Achleitner (2001), p.

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