AHP-Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation Model of Venture Investment and Financing System: Based on the Case of Incubation Base in Anhui

Shijian FANG, Yinyan CAI

Abstract


Establish and improve the venture investment and financing system is an important issue of economic growth in China. By reference to the stakeholder theory, we select first grade assessment indicators including government policy factor, financial institutions factor, intermediary service factor, enterprises factor and other factors (risk investment funds, insurance funds, private capital) and second grade assessment indicators. The evaluation index system was constructed to the venture investment and financing system of China. We analyze new ventures in Anhui incubation base by AHP method and fuzzy comprehensive evaluation method. The results show that: The intermediary service system performed quite well in the evaluation, while government factor, financial institutions factor, enterprises factor and other factors perform poorly. So the overall performance of the system is in mediocre level. Finally some relevant recommendations are put forward to optimize the venture investment and financing
system.


Keywords


Venture; Investment and financing system; Index system; AHP; Fuzzy comprehensive evaluation method

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