Claire Ingram Bogusz is a postdoctoral researcher at the Stockholm School of Economics, with a background in Law, Philosophy and Economics. She conducts research into how code-based technologies (e.g. code itself, digital platforms, machine learning, and digital automation) change how we work, how organising occurs, and what these things mean for us as individuals and as members of increasingly polarised and unequal societies.
Her particular areas of competence are in understanding digital markets, digital entrepreneurship, and financial technologies. She has taught, among other things, Digital Strategy, FinTech Entrepreneurship, Data-Driven Decision Making, Co-Creation, and Digital Ethics.
Over and above her ongoing academic research, she has authored popular reports on Crowdfunding (2013), FinTech in Sweden (2015, 2016), the Sharing Economy (2015), Blockchain standards (2017), and Digital Trace data (2017, 2018). These are available here.
You can find her on Twitter (@Claire_EBI), Academia.edu or at ClaireBogusz.com
Ingram Bogusz, C., Teigland, R, and Vaast, E. (2018) Designed Entrepreneurial Legitimacy: The Case of a Swedish Crowdfunding Platform. European Journal of Information Systems (forthcoming).
Ingram Bogusz, C. and Morisse, M. (2018) How Infrastructures Anchor Open Entrepreneurship: The Case of Bitcoin and Stigma. Information Systems Journal (forthcoming)
Andersen, J.V. and C. Ingram Bogusz (2017) Patterns of Self-Organising in the Bitcoin Online Community: Code Forking as Organising in Digital Infrastructure. AIS eLibrary.
Morisse, M. and C. Ingram, (2016) A Mixed Blessing: Resilience in the Entrepreneurial Socio-Technical System of Bitcoin. JISTEM 13(1), p.3-26.