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Mickaël Buffart

Assistant Professor - Department of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology

Mickaël Buffart is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology at the Stockholm School of Economics. Prior to joining the House of Innovation, Mickaël held a visiting position with a Wenner-Gren Scholarship at the Institute of Analytical Sociology at Linkõping University. He also held a postdoc positition (2019-2020) at Aalto University School of Business at the Department of Management Studies. Mickaël received his PhD from Grenoble Ecole de Management and the Université Grenoble-Alpes, France.

Mickaël studies the role of discourses, texts and talks in strategy making and in entrepreneurial activities. More specifically, he examines how individual claims and discourses contribute to the diffusion of norms and strategies. In current projects, using computational text analyses, he examines how corporate strategies develop and diffuse through the million messages of a company internal messaging tool, or how individual claims about sustainability in the food industry contribute to the institutionalization of sustainability norms.

Selected Publications

Buffart, M., Croidieu, G., Kim, P. H. & Bowman, R. 2020. Even Winners Need to Learn: How Government Entrepreneurship Programs Can Support Innovative Ventures. Research Policy, 40(10), 52-71.

Gillier, T., Buffart, M., Liger, V. & Piat, G. 2017. The Life of Ideas during a Community-Based Innovation Contest. Management International, 22(1), 19-32.

Kim, P. H., Buffart, M. & Croidieu, G. 2016. TMI: Signaling Credible Claims in Crowdfunding Campaign Narratives. Group & Organization Management, 41(6), 717-750. GOM Outstanding Paper Award, 2016.

Tornikoski, E. T., Bonnet, C., Deschamps, B., Lecointre, G. & Buffart, M. 2015. Situation Analysis: France. In: A. Viljamaa, J. Tall, E. Varamäki, S. Singer & S. Durst (Eds.), Business Transfer Ecosystems and Awareness Raising Activities, Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences, pp. 51-74.

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