Venture capital and fixed-income markets in developing economies

Venture capital and fixed-income markets are two factors that can play a significant role in the economic development of a country. However, it appears that most developing economies are not doing enough to effect meaningful change in either factor. This chapter will present the case why policy-makers should make a long-term commitment to developing vibrant venture capital and fixed-income markets, and will suggest some specific levers they should focus on in making this commitment. Finally, I believe that a country’s diaspora can make a material contribution on both factors, and I will outline some specific ideas on how these contributions can work.

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