Laura Lindsey is an associate professor of finance with the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Her research interests include entrepreneurial finance, venture capital and private equity, financial contracting, governance, and boundaries of the firm. She joined ASU in 2003.
Ph.D. Stanford University 2004
M.A. Stanford University 1999
B.A. Stanford University 1993
“Angels, Entrepreneurship, and Employment Dynamics: Evidence from Investor Accreditation Rules,” with Luke Stein
“Exploration or Exploitation? Hedge Funds in Venture Capital,” with George Aragon and Emma Li
“Blockholder Heterogeneity, CEO Compensation, and Firm Performance,” with Christopher P. Clifford, 2016. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 51, 1491-1520.
“Resource Accumulation Through Economic Ties: Evidence from Venture Capital,” with Yael Hochberg and Mark Westerfield, 2015. Journal of Financial Economics 118, 245-267.
"Blurring Firm Boundaries: The Role of Venture Capital in Strategic Alliances," 2008. Journal of Finance, 63(3), 1137-1168.
"Building Relationships Early: Banks in Venture Capital," with Thomas Hellmann and Manju Puri, 2008. Review of Financial Studies, 21(2), 513-541.