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Innovation Policy, SBIR, R&D Subsidies, Entrepreneurship
endogenous demand for skewness, utility function, aspiration, status
laboratory experiment, portfolio allocation, relative performance, skewed asset
TRL, NASA, SBIR, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Technology Maturity
Equity Crowdfunding, Signaling, Startup Financing, Team Architecture
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CRRA, HARA, laboratory experiments, portfolio allocation, risk aversion
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