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Joseph LiPuma

Affiliate Professor, EMLYON Business School, France
Joseph LiPumaJoseph LiPuma

Joseph LiPuma is an affiliate professor in strategic management at EM Lyon Business School. He has a BS in mathematics and an MBA from SUNY Buffalo, and received his doctorate in business strategy and policy from Boston University. LiPuma has nearly 20 years of professional experience, including senior management, operating committee and board-level roles. He has established new businesses (information technology consultancies) in both US domestic and international environments. His research focuses on international entrepreneurship, specifically new venture internationalization and its relationship to the manner in which ventures are capitalized. He teaches masters-level courses in strategy, international business, and entrepreneurship.


Articles by this Author

  • Assessing Venture Capital Funding for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
    by Alain Fayolle, Joseph LiPuma
    Entrepreneurs and SME managers face two key choices when financing their ventures: debt or equity. Debt in the form of personal loans (including credit cards) and bank loans, key sources for most nascent ventures, gives efficient incentives for managers to exert effort and allow entrepreneurs to maintain control. The availability and utility of debt vary significantly with economic conditions, which, in turn, will have an impact on the supply...

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