Antoine Souchaud

Antoine Souchaud
NEOMA Business School | NEOMA · Department of accounting, control and legal affairs

HDR PhD CPA

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Introduction
Antoine SOUCHAUD is associate professor at NEOMA Business School and Ecole Polytechnique. His research interests include crowdfunding, FinTech regulations, the future of accounting professions, and start-up coaching.
Additional affiliations
September 2018 - present
École Polytechnique
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
September 2018 - present
NEOMA Business School
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
September 2013 - August 2018
Sciences Po Paris / HEC Paris / La Sorbonne
Position
  • Professor
Education
September 2021 - May 2022
École Polytechnique
Field of study
August 2021 - September 2021
February 2021 - March 2021
Harvard University
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Publications (16)
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In this article, we cover the essential development steps of a Shadow Rating Model (SRM) for large companies. After a univariate analysis of the predictive power of 20 financial variables (18 ratios, sizes, and sectors) on a sample of 1101 credit ratings we selected one ratio per risk family to estimate the multifactor model. With replication rates...
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The business model concept and the concept of coopetition have been the focus of substantial attention for the past twenty years. However, current research is still short on explaining how both concepts relate to each other. This paper provides a first integration of the two concepts by trying to operationalize the process of business model adaptat...
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In this article, we show how an “expert” credit rating model can be optimized through the use of a genetic algorithm, a way of combining expert intelligence with artificial intelligence. This innovative method combines transparency and simplicity. It also shows that it is possible to make the model selection and optimisation process less dependent...
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Cet article décrit et analyse comment, pour réaffirmer l'indépendance et la pérennité de son groupe, le dirigeant d'une entreprise familiale a actionné la littérature sur les phénomènes de rémanence des dirigeants fondateurs après leur décès, celle sur la notion de rituel mémoriel et celle sur d'autres formes particulières d'évocation organisationn...
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Organization outside organizations is a call to reconquer spaces that organization scholars have abandoned to other disciplines, e.g. sociology, political sciences, anthropology, or to theoretical frameworks like institutionalism, due to the assumption that “organization” can only happen within formal organizations. This assumption, argue Ahrne and...
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What role can chartered accountants (CAs) play in the use of collective intelligence in crowdlending and under what conditions? This article studies a failed attempt to use chartered accountants to exploit collective intelligence in a partnership between a crowdlending platform and the professional body for chartered accountants in France. Our resu...
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Can platforms close the governance gap in the sharing economy, and if so, how? Through an in-depth qualitative case study, we analyze the process by which new regulation and self-regulation emerge in one sector of the sharing economy, crowdfunding, through the actions of a meta-organization. We focus on the principal French sectoral meta-organizati...
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Cette thèse étudie une surprenante naissance, celle d’un nouveau secteur financier : le financement participatif sous forme de prêt rémunéré, ou crowdlending, apparu en France dans la deuxième décennie du XXIème siècle. En s’appuyant sur des études de cas, sur plus de 100 entretiens de recherche, sur le recueil et l’analyse de documents publics, se...
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The word "FinTech" conjures up a sort of hybrid monster. It resembles the Minotaur, a construction involving two protean elements that, taken separately, arouse hope and fear in equal measure. Regulating FinTech will require an ability to define unstable phenomena, to create policy networks and forms of innovative organisations between emerging sta...
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The regulation of fintechs and the “fintechnization” of regulations The word “fintech” sounds like the name of a chimera – a Minotaur, a combination of two protean elements each of which arouses fear as much as hope. Regulating fintech firms implies the ability to define unstable phenomena, the capacity for creating policy networks and innovative f...
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Strategies for winning a new place in the market: Crowdlending Till a few years ago, it was utopian to imagine a crowdlending platform in France. Realizing such an apparently unrealistic idea was at odds with the traditional financial sector and the regulations protecting it from disruptive innovations. In this hostile, uncertain environment, how t...
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Comment assurer la réussite d'une fabrique plurielle d'une politique publique dans un secteur émergent comme le financement participatif ou crowdfunding ? A travers une étude de cas approfondie, cet article revient sur la place des plateformes de crowdfunding dans le réseau d'acteurs cherchant à influencer la régulation, c'est-à-dire le policy netw...
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Qualifiée par les uns de « divine surprise » ou par les autres d’« inconséquence dramatique », l’ouverture d’une dérogation au monopole bancaire sur le crédit au bénéfice des plateformes adoptant le nouveau statut d’Intermédiaire en financement participatif (IFP) a constitué un véritable coup de tonnerre demeuré en grande partie inexpliqué. Nous ch...
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En février dernier, UFC Que Choisir a publié un rapport très critique à l’encontre des plateformes de financement participatif sous forme de prêt rémunéré ou « crowdlending ». L’association de consommateurs reproche notamment aux plateformes une stratégie de communication qui vanterait des rendements affichés bien supérieurs aux rendements réels. L...

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Mediterranean is considered an ecosystem “under siege”, due to overfishing and combined anthropogenic pressures, a situation expected to worsen with climate change. In this unstable and multifaceted maritime interface, 90% of assessed fish stocks are overfished. Other ocean management problems such as plastic, underwater noise pollution, invasive species threaten the Mediterranean Sea, making it even more complex to govern common resources. The question of how to sustainably manage the marine Mediterranean resources while meeting United Nations Sustainable Goals remains largely unanswered. The objective of our interdisciplinary research project SUSTAINMED is to analyze drivers and configurations of sustainable seafood systems in the basin, adapted to both natural and social local ecosystems. To do so, our work will investigate three intertwined factors: sustainability of practices and supply systems, norms and institutions that affect these systems, and engagement of stakeholders.
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This project studies the dynamics and challenges of the emergence of crowdfunding as a new institutional field.
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This research project explores various ways society and businesses can transition to sustainability: from new financing systems (like crowdfunding) to better governance of our seas (using new instruments such as big data based management tools), or organizing for responsible innovation.