Angel Cognition and Active Involvement in BAN Governance and Management

Abstract : The present research sets out to reach a better understanding of the determinants of Business Angels' active involvement in making BANs accomplish diverse functions and building cognitive resources and shared competencies. We propose a framework where angels' human capital and cognitive process (in terms of predictive vs. control-oriented behavior) are key in explaining their degree and type of involvement with diverse BAN activities. To test the related assumptions, we conducted a questionnaire survey with a regional French Business Angel Network.
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Peter Wirtz, Christophe Bonnet, Laurence Cohen. Angel Cognition and Active Involvement in BAN Governance and Management. 2015. ⟨hal-01182804⟩

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