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Peer-Reviewed Publications

Publications

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Andersen, J.V. and Ingram Bogusz, C. Self-Organising in Blockchain Infrastructures: Generativity through Shifting Objectives and Forking. (Conditionally Accepted at the  Journal of the Association for Information Systems)

Ingram Bogusz, C. and Morisse, M. (2018) How Infrastructures Anchor Open Entrepreneurship: The Case of Bitcoin and Stigma. Information Systems Journal 28(6), 1176-1212.

Ingram Bogusz, C., Teigland, R., and Vaast, E. (2018) Designed Entrepreneurial Legitimacy: The Case of a Swedish Crowdfunding PlatformEuropean Journal of Information Systems (forthcoming)

Morisse, M. and Ingram, C. (2016) A Mixed Blessing: Resilience in the Entrepreneurial Socio-Technical System of Bitcoin. JISTEM 13(1), 3-26.

Under Review

Ingram Bogusz, C. and Andersen, J.V. You’ll need a (D)App for that: The co-evolution of Entrepreneurship and the Digital Infrastructure of the Blockchain. (Under Review)

Essén, A., Ingram Bogusz, C., and Mähring, M. Recombinant Ecosystem Shepherding: Innovation Management through Modularity and Recombination in an Automated Public Transport Ecosystem. (Under Review)

Conference Proceedings

Ingram Bogusz, C. (2018) Taming Digital Flexibility: An Embeddedness Approach to Entrepreneurial Activity. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Andersen, J.V. and Ingram Bogusz, C., (2017). Patterns of Self-Organising in the Bitcoin Online Community: Code Forking as Organising in Digital Infrastructure. International Conference on Information Systems, Seoul.

Ingram, C., and Livengood, R.S. (2016) Crowd(fund)ing at the Gates? Toward a Gatekeeper Theory of Dual Value Creation in Entrepreneurial Finance. Presented at the Strategic Management Society Annual Conference, Berlin, Germany.

Livengood, R.S., and Ingram, C. (2016) Who Is Manning the Gates? Gatekeepers and Crowdfunding. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, United States.

Ingram, C. and Morisse, M. (2016) Almost an MNC: Bitcoin Entrepreneurs’ use of Collective Resources and Decoupling to Build Legitimacy. Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science, Kauai, HI.

Ingram, C., Vaast, E. and Teigland, R. (2016) Corporate Crowdfunding: Does Being Part of a University Affect a Platform’s Operations? . Hawaii International Conference of System Science, Kauai, HI.

Andersen, J.V. and Ingram, C. (2016) The Cage is in The Code: The Role of Code in Institutionalisation. Ratio Colloquium for Young Social Scientists. Organizing for Digitalization, Stockholm, Sweden.

Andersen, J.V. and Ingram, C. (2016) Bitcoin Democracy: Distributed Digital Code as Law in Institutional Change. KIN Conference on Organising for Digital Innovation, Amsterdam, Holland.

Livengood, R.S., Ingram, C. (2015). Reconceiving the role of Crowdfunders as “Gatekeepers”. Sustainability, Ethics and Entrepreneurship Conference, Denver, CO, United States.

Ingram, C. (2015). The rise of Bitcoin: The Sociomateriality of a Social Movement. Presented at the Ontario-Quebec Qualitative Methods Workshop, Montreal, Canada.

Ingram, C., Morisse, M., Teigland, R. (2015). “A Bad Apple Went Away”: Exploring Resilience Among Bitcoin Entrepreneurs. European Conference of Information Systems, Muenster, Germany. Nominated for Best Research-in-Progress paper.

Ingram, C. (2014). Emergent change: Investigating Ambidexterity and Entrepreneurship using Bitcoin. Presented at the Helsinki/Aalto University Paper Development Workshop, Helsinki, Finland.

Ingram, C., Teigland, R., and Vaast, E. (2014). Crowdfunding In Action: How Institutional Logics Encourage And Constrain Affordance Perception. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, United States.

Ingram, C., Teigland, R., and Vaast, E. (2014). Solving the Puzzle of Crowdfunding: Where Technology Affordances and Institutional Entrepreneurship Collide. Hawaii International Conference of System Science, Big Island, Hawaii.

Ingram, C., Teigland, R., and Vaast, E. (2013). Is Crowdfunding Doomed in Sweden? When Institutional Logics and Affordances Collide, (Re-) design Matters. International Conference for Information Systems, Milan, Italy.