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Those interested in the subject for academic reasons are invited to visiti and read at Academia [https://uam.academia.edu/OlgaGil]: Smart Cities Track 3 169 Gil Innovations of Governance in Cities and Urban Regions. EURA Conference 2013.
In order to study innovations of governance in cities and urban regions we have chosen
to do research on smart cities and policies in a comparative perspective. This research
is an exploratory comparative study of cities emphasizing different ways to address the
definition and implementation of the smart concept. We analyze and compare cases from China, Japan, Malaysia, Spain and United States to find out differences and
commonalities in smart city governance and public policies. Based on these cases, we
also draw tentative conclusions for governance and public urban planning in the areas
and management and organization, technology, policy context, people and communities,
economy, built in infrastructure and natural environment.
smartcities, shanghai, iskandar, japan, new york, malaga, amsterdam, santander, tarragona, citizen, participation