Mathematical Approach on the Exit Strategy in Islamic Venture Capital Model

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One of the most important concerns of businesses is to reach the financing paths that are becoming more serious about newly established firms and startups. Venture Capital (VC) is an idea to fund these types of businesses that are being used in global economies today. Considering that the conventional method of this category of investments is not in accordance with the Shari'a standards, Islamic countries have been considering using the Islamic risk investment model in the form of various legal contracts, including cooperative contracts. This research, using a library study method and a mathematical approach, while explaining the risky Islamic model of investment, attempts to explain the strategy of exit to investors in the form of a diminishing partnership. The results of this study indicate that in the exit strategy, the time it takes for the entrepreneur to fully utilize the economic project depends on the three factors of the investor's capital, the entrepreneur's capital and the expected profit in each period. The explanation of the direction of these dependencies in two fixed and variable returns in economic projects is another result of this study.
Islamic Economy, Volume:19 Issue: 74, 2019
179 to 209  
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