Analysis of the trend and development potential of corporate venture capital in Russia

Subject. In modern economic conditions, the main type of development of enterprises and, accordingly, countries is innovative. In this regard, the problem of assessing trends in the development of financing instruments for innovative development and national investment potential is becoming increasingly relevant. The basis of the investment potential of corporate venture capital investment is made up of large state-owned companies and private large-scale businesses that are interacting in the national innovation system. In this regard, the subject of the study is the effectiveness of corporate venture investments in the public and private sectors of the economy. Goals. The purpose of this study is to analyze the potential and growth points of corporate venture in Russia. Methodology. In the process of researching the problem, a systematic approach, general scientific methods of analysis and synthesis, expert, statistical and graphical methods were used. Results. An approach has been developed to assess trends and the potential for corporate venture development in Russia. Findings. The paper presents an analysis of trends and growth points for the development of corporate venture investment in Russia. The analysis of corporate venture development factors and barriers hindering the development of corporate venture capital funds in Russia is carried out. The estimated value of the potential of Russian venture capital is obtained, which can be comparable with the volume of corporate venture capital funds of the European Union

Keywords: innovation project, venture capital investments, technology entrepreneur, corporate venture capital fund (CVC), venture capital fund (VCs), R&D


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