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Traditional and New Ways of Raising Funds for Global Start-Ups Originated from the US and China

Student: Anna Petukhova

Supervisor: Nadezhda Zinkovich

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: International Business (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

During the last years, we can postulate substantial growth of modern technologies usage in different spheres. The paper is built on two crucial contradictions that should to be analyzed. First of all, it’s a contradiction between the US and China. The second important contradiction is between traditional and new methods of raising funds. The main goal of this research is twofold. On the one hand, we are trying to create strongly framed difference between modern and traditional methods and ways of attracting capital and define which group raises more funds. On the other hand, we try to analyze how local features of Chinese and American startups influence their investment policies. According to this goal we have a range of important tasks. Analyze the different methods of raising funds. Create a methodology in order to differentiate traditional and modern methods and group them according to this classification restrictions. Analyze the difference in local conditions of American and Chinese startups. Mention the distinction between "born global" and "became global" concepts. Analyze American and Chinese startups according to models and case studies approach. Observe and analyze different econometric approaches in the analysis of fundings for startups. Make a conclusion according to the results of research and provide basis for further researches. As for methodology in this work different approaches will be used. First of all, quantitative part of methods is formed by statistical analysis. As for the second chapter, the main analysis is done by case-studies and graphic analysis.

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