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How Much Does Venture Capital Drive the U.S. Economy? 风险投资在多大程度上推动着美国经济发展?

In an article published by the Graduate School of Stanford Business, two scholars measure the economic impact of VC-funded companies on the United States economy. They explore some of the most innovative and important companies of our time, such as Apple, Google and Microsoft and ask how important are these and other VC-backed companies to the U.S.

The study finds that not only has Venture Capital become a dominant force in the financing of innovative American companies, but that these VC-backed companies play an increasingly important role in the U.S. economy, and that Venture Capital is an integral part of the innovation ecosystem.


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