Tiago Botelho
Tiago Botelho
Associate Professor in Business Strategy, Norwich Business School, UEA
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The transformation of the business angel market: empirical evidence and research implications
C Mason, T Botelho, R Harrison
Venture Capital 18 (4), 321-344, 2016
Why business angels reject investment opportunities: Is it personal?
C Mason, T Botelho, J Zygmunt
International Small Business Journal 35 (5), 519-534, 2017
Analyzing blockchain adoption barriers in manufacturing supply chains by the neutrosophic analytic hierarchy process
A Vafadarnikjoo, H Badri Ahmadi, JJH Liou, T Botelho, K Chalvatzis
Annals of Operations Research 327 (1), 129-156, 2023
The role of the exit in the initial screening of investment opportunities: The case of business angel syndicate gatekeepers
C Mason, T Botelho
International Small Business Journal 34 (2), 157-175, 2016
The transformation of the business angel market: evidence from Scotland
CM Mason, T Botelho, R Harrison
Available at SSRN 2306653, 2013
The changing nature of angel investing: some research implications
C Mason, T Botelho, R Harrison
Venture Capital 21 (2-3), 177-194, 2019
The 2014 survey of business angel investing in the UK: A changing market place
C Mason, T Botelho
University of Glasgow. Retrieved on 3, 13-17, 2014
Patient capital in entrepreneurial finance: a reassessment of the role of business angel investors
RT Harrison, T Botelho, CM Mason
Socio-Economic Review 14 (4), 669-689, 2016
A neutrosophic enhanced best–worst method for considering decision-makers’ confidence in the best and worst criteria
A Vafadarnikjoo, M Tavana, T Botelho, K Chalvatzis
Annals of Operations Research 289 (2), 391-418, 2020
Business angel exits: a theory of planned behaviour perspective
T Botelho, R Harrison, C Mason
Small business economics 57, 583-602, 2021
Business Angel Exits: Strategies and Processes
CM Mason, RT Harrison, T Botelho
Forthcoming, International Research Handbook on Entrepreneurial Finance …, 2015
A socio-economic and environmental vulnerability assessment model with causal relationships in electric power supply chains
A Vafadarnikjoo, M Tavana, K Chalvatzis, T Botelho
Socio-Economic Planning Sciences 80, 101156, 2022
Women on the edge of a breakthrough? A stereotype threat theory of women’s angel investing
RT Harrison, T Botelho, CM Mason
International Small Business Journal 38 (8), 768-797, 2020
Blockchain and other innovations in entrepreneurial finance: Implications for future policy
R Owen, C Mac an Bhaird, J Hussain, T Botelho
Strategic Change 28 (1), 5-8, 2019
Categorisations of business angels: an overview
R Sørheim, T Botelho
Handbook of research on business angels, 76-91, 2016
A stratified decision-making model for long-term planning: Application in flood risk management in Scotland
A Vafadarnikjoo, K Chalvatzis, T Botelho, D Bamford
Omega 116, 102803, 2023
Promoting cross-border investing by business angels in the European Union
C Mason, T Botelho, J Duggett
Regional Studies 56 (8), 1391-1403, 2022
Exploring the success and barriers to SME access to finance and its potential role in achieving growth
R Owen, T Botelho, O Anwar
86w87, 2016
Business angel investment as an informal learning process: Does experience matter?
T Botelho, R Harrison, C Mason
British Journal of Management 34 (1), 321-342, 2023
Earlychapter3 Funding Sources (2): Business Of Angels
C Mason, T Botelho
Entrepreneurial Finance: The Art and Science of Growing Ventures 60, 2018
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