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Managing international cities: smart solutions to public challenges

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Invest in Lombardy Days 2015, presentazione a cura di Emanuele Vendramin - Public Management and Policy Department SDA Bocconi

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Managing international cities: smart solutions to public challenges

  1. 1. Managing cities of the future - Leadership, management and innovation 20.10.2015 Managing international cities: smart solutions to public challenges Emanuele Vendramini Greta Nasi Public Management and Policy Department
  2. 2. In 2025 75% of the world population will live in cities AN URBAN WORLD
  3. 3. Source: World Bank, United Nations, Oxford Economics. 35% of global population 60% of the global GDP 30% of total jobs 55% of the World total consumer spending 260 millions of new homes 540 millions m2 of extra office space THE FUTURE OF THE 750 MOST IMPORTANT CITIES BY 2030
  4. 4. Trend-setting actor at global level An key socio-economic player in the international system WHAT IS AN INTERNATIONAL CITY?
  5. 5. Although national competitiveness is more focused on economic productivity with which human capital and national resources are used, at local level it is centred on quality of life. WINNING GLOBAL CHALLENGES THROUGH COMPETITIVENESS
  6. 6. URBANIZATION, DEMOGRAPHICS AND THE EMERGING MIDDLE CLASS RISING INEQUALITY SUSTAINABILITY TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS AND GLOBAL VALUE CHAINS GOVERNANCE Source: World Economic Forum INTERNATIONAL CITIES: PUBLIC CHALLENGES TO ADDRESS
  7. 7. Source: United Nations The ‘good’, people-centred city of the 21st century stimulates local job creation, promotes social diversity, maintains a sustainable environment and recognises the importance of public spaces. ATTRACTIVENESS OF CITIES AS QUALITY OF PLACE AND LIFE
  8. 8. HOW CAN CITIES MANAGE THESE CHALLENGES?
  9. 9. Conglomerate Discover, listen and act A CITY VALUE PROPOSITION
  10. 10. MAINTAIN PARITY WITH PEERS
  11. 11. INVESTMENTS
  12. 12. PARTNERSHIPS WITH CORPORATIONS AND SMALL BUSINESSES
  13. 13. FOCUSED ON RESULTS AND COORDINATION OF PROGRAMS

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