Economist Intelligence Unit Covers LeBow Prof's Research

The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Executive Briefing blog, created in partnership with Harvard Business School Publishing, recently posted an article about research co-authored by Drexel LeBow assistant professor of management H. Dennis Park. The Economist article is titled “Corporate venture capital funds: What every entrepreneur needs to know.”

The article covers the findings of Park’s paper, published in the winter 2015 issue of the Journal of Private Equity, titled “Creating Values Through Corporate Venture Capital Programs: The Choice Between Internal and External Fund Structures.”

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