Venture capital and private equity : a casebook



Venture capital and private equity : a casebook

Josh Lerner

J. Wiley, c2000-c2002

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Venture capital & private equity : a case book

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Authors of v. 2: Josh Lerner, Felda Hardymon

Includes bibliographical references and index



v. 2 ISBN 9780471079828


Cases and notes included are designed to provide an understanding of the history of the private equity industry's development, and the workings of the industry today. Examines both the short-run and long-run effects for private equity investments. Author is a leader and one of the most respected authorities in this field.


INTRODUCTION.Private Equity Today and Tomorrow. Martin Smith: January 2000. MODULE 1: FUNDRAISING.Yale University Investments Office: July 2000.Acme Investment Trust. A Note on Private Equity Partnership Agreements. University Technology Ventures: October 2000. A Note on the Private Equity Fundraising Process. Columbia Capital Corporation: Summer 1998. Francisco Partners. MODULE 2: INVESTING. Adams Capital Management: March 1999.Martin Smith: May 2000. Apax Partners and Dialog Semiconductor: March 1998. A Note on Valuation in Private Equity Settings. A Note on European Private Equity. Securicor Wireless Networks: February 1996. Metapath Software: September 1997.A Note on Private Equity Securities. Venture Capital Case Vignettes. New Business Investment Company: October 1997.MODULE 3: EXITING. Investori Associati: Exiting the Savio LBO (A).A Note on the Initial Public Offering Process. RogersCasey Alternative Investments: Innovative Responses to the Distribution Challenge. MUDULE 4: NEW FRONTIERS. Intel (r) 64 Fund.A Note on Corporate Venture Capital. CMGI: Organizational and Market Innovation. CDC Capital Partners. A Note on Private Equity in Developing Countries. CAREER ISSUES & WRAP--UP. Joe Casey: January 2000. A Note on Private Equity Information Sources. Glossary. Index.

[v. 1] ISBN 9780471322863


Through this case-book, rooted in real-life situations, students gain understanding of the private equity and venture capital industries. Venture Capital refers to a specific segment within the practice of entrepreneurial finance. Josh Lerner focuses his research on the structure of venture capital organizations, and their role in transforming scientific discoveries into commercial products. The book shows ways in which private equity groups work, including their problems and explores a wide variety of valuation approaches used in practice.


  • Raising and structuring private equity funds
  • private equity investments
  • exiting private equity investments
  • transplanting the private equity model.

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