Smart City Implementation: Creating Economic and Public Value in Innovative Urban Systems

Springer, 15/09/2016 - 154 páginas
In a series of essays, this book describes and analyzes the concept and theory of the recent smart city phenomenon from a global perspective, with a focus on its implementation around the world. After defining the concept it then elaborates on the role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as an enabler for smart cities, and the role of ICT in the interplay with smart mobility. A separate chapter develops the concept of an urban smart dashboard for stakeholders to measure performance as well as the economic and public value. It offers examples of smart cities around the globe, and two detailed case studies on Genoa and Amsterdam exemplify the book’s theoretical and empirical findings, helping readers understand and evaluate the effectiveness and capability of new smart city programs.

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1 Smart City Definition Goals and Performance
University Industry and Government Vision
3 Using ICT in Smart City
4 Urban Smart Dashboard Measuring Smart City Performance
5 ICT Intensity in Smart Mobility Initiatives
Two Best Practices in Europe
Smart City Implementation
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Renata Paola Dameri is Associate Professor in Business Administration and Information Systems at the University of Genoa, Italy. She is visiting professor in ICT Governance at Université Paris Dauphine, France. As former deputy mayor of Genoa for Welfare and public dwelling, she is at present Advisor to the mayor for Territorial development, innovation and smart city. She is expert member of the "Future of Cohesion Policy" team of the Committee of the Regions, European Commission and cooperates with OECD about territorial development in regions and cities. Her main research interests are in innovation, information systems, digital economy, economic and public value measurement, territorial development, smart cities and digital cities, intellectual capital in both companies and territorial systems.

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