The rise of PE&VC across markets has called for a profound investigation and debate over the impact of PE&VC in economies.
GVcepe strives for a holistic view on PE & VC, providing the industry with a broad set of research output including benchmark tools, trends, activity and attractiveness level reports, geographical concentration, market conditions, industry ranking, prospective overviews, future challenges, growth barriers and similar.
Areas of Interest
Our main areas of interest are allocated according to the following structure:
Primary Topics in Private Equity and Venture Capital
Investments and Divestments Analysis, Portfolio Management and Monitoring, Value Creation, Corporative Governance, Corporate Venture, Open Innovation, Due Diligence, Returns, Performance, Fundraising, Investments Strategic Decisions, Leverage Effects, M&A Transactions, Economic Impacts, Public Policies, High-Impact Entrepreneurship, Impact Investments, Investment Committee.
Idea, Seed, Startup, Ramp Up, Speedup, VC â€“ Early Stage, VC â€“ Later Stage, PE Growth, PE Later Stage, Mezzanine, PIPE, Greenfield, Distressed.
Business Negotiations, Leadership, Strategic Planning, Corporate Management, Accounting, System Dynamics, Technology Commercialization.
Activities, programs and projects
The unit’s main activities are summarized as follows:
- â€¢ Â Â Articles and Papers
- â€¢ Â Â Case studies
- â€¢ Â Â Tailor-made researches and Consulting services
- â€¢ Â Â Academic Competition
We also provide support for national and international students, in addition to other researchers focusing on our areas of interest. Feel free to contact us if you apply for any of these categories and is willing to do research on relevant topics for us.
About this unit
Our AcademicÂ Research unitÂ is dedicated to the production, guidance and publishing of high-quality academic research on the PE&VC industry and related environments. The unit aims to apply established PE&VC evidence to the specific context of the Brazilian market and therefore contribute to the extension of existing literature within the scientific community.
For more information on our Academic Research Unit please contact: