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See detailThe Lure of the Brand: Evidence from the European Mutual Fund Industry
Irek, Fabian UL; van der scheer; Stefanova

in European Financial Management (2014)

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See detailHas Europe Been Catching Up? An Industry Level Analysis of Venture Capital Success over 1985-2009*
Kräussl, Roman UL; Krause, Stefan

in European Financial Management (2014)

After nearly two decades of US leadership during the 1980s and 1990s, are Europe’s venture capital (VC) markets in the 2000s finally catching up regarding the provision of financing and successful exits ... [more ▼]

After nearly two decades of US leadership during the 1980s and 1990s, are Europe’s venture capital (VC) markets in the 2000s finally catching up regarding the provision of financing and successful exits, or is the performance gap as wide as ever? Are we amid an overall VC performance slump with no encouraging news? We attempt to answer these questions by tracking over 40,000 VC-backed firms stemming from six industries in 13 European countries and the US between 1985 and 2009; determining the type of exit – if any – each particular firm’s investors choose for the venture. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Lure of the Brand: Evidence from the European Mutual Fund Industry
Irek, Fabian UL; Hazenberg, Jan Jaap; Van der Scheer, Willem et al

in European Financial Management (2013)

We investigate the effect of the fund provider s brand on mutual fund flows by using a unique data set that represents a direct assessment of the brand image of European fund providers. A superior brand ... [more ▼]

We investigate the effect of the fund provider s brand on mutual fund flows by using a unique data set that represents a direct assessment of the brand image of European fund providers. A superior brand image increases the sensitivity of fl ows to past performance, while an inferior brand decreases it. Funds with a superior brand are not protected against out flows when there is underperformance. A superior brand, coupled with high past performance, generates persistent infl ows and performance persistence so investors will benefi t when a superior brand fund with high past performance is chosen. [less ▲]

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