After the Break-Up: The Relational and Reputational Consequences of Withdrawals from Venture Capital Syndicates

@inproceedings{Zhelyazkov2016AfterTB,
  title={After the Break-Up: The Relational and Reputational Consequences of Withdrawals from Venture Capital Syndicates},
  author={Pavel Ivanov Zhelyazkov and Ranjay Gulati},
  year={2016}
}
Organizational theorists are increasingly interested in the antecedents of terminating interorganizational relationships, but have paid little attention to the disruptive consequences of such terminations on future tie formations. To redress this imbalance, the present study focuses on how venture capital (VC) firms’ withdrawals from VC syndicates are associated with their subsequent syndication in the period from 1985 to 2008. We argue that withdrawals disrupt the relationships of the… CONTINUE READING

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