nEW SSE DISSERTATION
''The thesis is comprised of five papers and an introductory chapter. The introductory chapter delves into the overall contribution; the first two papers examine infrastructural artefacts’ mediating role in organising, facilitating and constraining digital entrepreneuring, and the last three papers show how digital artefacts mediate in traditional areas of entrepreneurship research; namely in the formation of entrepreneurial legitimacy, in reacting to stigma, and in challenging established institutions through digital economic social movements.''
Claire Ingram Bogusz is a researcher at the Center for Strategy and Competitiveness at Stockholm School of Economics.
Claire Ingram Bogusz