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Transforming City Governments for Successful Smart Cities.

By: Rodríguez-Bolívar, Manuel Pedro.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Public Administration and Information Technology Ser: Publisher: Cham : Springer, 2015Copyright date: ©2015Description: 1 online resource (190 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319031675.Subject(s): Regional economicsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Transforming City Governments for Successful Smart CitiesDDC classification: 307.1216 LOC classification: HB71-74Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Foreword -- Contents -- Contributors and Reviewers -- Smart Cities: Big Cities, Complex Governance? -- 1   Introduction -- 2   Governance in Smart Cities -- 3   Governance Style in Smart Cities -- 4   Conclusions -- References -- Understanding the Smart City Domain: A Literature Review -- 1   Introduction -- 2   Background -- 3   Discussion -- 4   Conclusions -- References -- Smart Cities: Building Platforms for Innovative Local Economic Restructuring -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Setting the Agenda: Local Restructuring -- 3 Smart City Concept in Community Development -- 4 Designing Platforms for Innovative Restructuring -- 5 Examples of Restructuring Platforms -- 5.1 Platforms for Local Asset Utilization -- 5.2 Platforms for Attracting External Resources -- 5.3 Platforms for Export Promotion -- 5.4 Platforms for Knowledge Sharing and Networking -- 6 The Case of Innovation Factories of Tampere -- 6.1 Background -- 6.2 Innovation Factories as Engagement and Matching Platforms -- 6.3 New Factory as a Hybrid Platform -- 6.4 Demola as a Student Engagement Platform -- 7 Discussion -- 8 Conclusion -- References -- Designing Next Generation Smart City Initiatives: The SCID Framework -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Conceptualizing Smart Cities -- 3 Approach -- 3.1 Research Framework -- 3.2 Design Process -- 3.3 Selected Cases: The Ten Smart City Initiatives -- 4 The Smart City Initiative Design Framework -- 4.1 Overview -- 4.2 Elements -- 4.2.1 City Policy Domains -- 4.2.2 Smart City Initiatives -- 4.2.3 Implementation Approach -- 4.2.4 Stakeholders and City Transformation Outcomes -- 4.2.5 Enablers -- 4.2.6 Challenges -- 4.2.7 Critical Success Factors -- 5 Discussion -- 6 Conclusions -- References -- Smart Cities Are Transparent Cities: The Role of Fiscal Transparency in Smart City Governance -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Smart Cities in a Political World.
3 Smart Cities and E-governance -- 4 The Role of Transparency -- 5 Fiscal Transparency -- 6 Smart Cities Transparency Framework -- 7 Measuring Transparency: Current Efforts to Assess City Level Online Transparency -- 8 Building Stronger Smart Cities by Ensuring Proper Measurement of Online Fiscal Transparency -- References -- Evaluating the Performance of Smart Cities in the Global Economic Network -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Chapter 1 -- 2.1 Smart City -- 2.2 World City Networks -- 2.3 Social Networks -- 2.4 Economic Networks -- 3 Chapter 2 -- 3.1 Data and Methodology -- 4 Chapter 3 -- 4.1 Results -- 5 Chapter 4 -- 5.1 Conclusions -- 6 Chapter 5 -- 6.1 Policy Recommendations -- References -- Stakeholder Engagement in the Smart City: Making Living Labs Work -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Research Framework -- 2.1 Underlying Assumptions of Smart City Service Development -- 2.2 Open Innovation and Stakeholder Engagement -- 2.3 Applying a Living Lab Approach to Stakeholder Engagement in the Development of Smart City Services -- 3 Methodological Approach -- 4 State of Play -- 4.1 The Peripheria Project -- 4.2 Setting Up of the Pilots -- 4.2.1 Stakeholder Enlistment -- 4.2.2 Enrolment -- 4.2.3 Dialogue -- 4.2.4 Innovation Network -- 4.3 Interpretation of the Results -- 4.4 Propositions for Stakeholder Engagement in the Smart City Living Lab-Setting Up the Founding Framework -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Smart City as a Mobile Technology: Critical Perspectives on Urban Development Policies -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Smart City in Urban Development Policies -- 3 The Smart City as a Mobile Technology -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- An Investigation of Leadership Styles During Adoption of E-government for an Innovative City: Perspectives of Taiwanese Public Servants -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Literature Review -- 2.1 Development of E-government in Taiwan.
2.2 E-governmental Leaders and Styles of Leadership -- 2.3 Measurement of Perceived E-government Styles of Leadership -- 3 Research Methods -- 3.1 Research Participants -- 3.2 Questionnaire Development -- 3.3 Data Collection and Analysis Methods -- 4 Research Results -- 4.1 Participants' Perceptions of Supervisors' Leadership Styles -- 4.2 Cross-Analyses and Chi-square Tests for Background Variables -- 5 Discussions, Suggestions, and Conclusions -- References -- Conclusions -- 1   Concluding Remarks -- References.
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Foreword -- Contents -- Contributors and Reviewers -- Smart Cities: Big Cities, Complex Governance? -- 1   Introduction -- 2   Governance in Smart Cities -- 3   Governance Style in Smart Cities -- 4   Conclusions -- References -- Understanding the Smart City Domain: A Literature Review -- 1   Introduction -- 2   Background -- 3   Discussion -- 4   Conclusions -- References -- Smart Cities: Building Platforms for Innovative Local Economic Restructuring -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Setting the Agenda: Local Restructuring -- 3 Smart City Concept in Community Development -- 4 Designing Platforms for Innovative Restructuring -- 5 Examples of Restructuring Platforms -- 5.1 Platforms for Local Asset Utilization -- 5.2 Platforms for Attracting External Resources -- 5.3 Platforms for Export Promotion -- 5.4 Platforms for Knowledge Sharing and Networking -- 6 The Case of Innovation Factories of Tampere -- 6.1 Background -- 6.2 Innovation Factories as Engagement and Matching Platforms -- 6.3 New Factory as a Hybrid Platform -- 6.4 Demola as a Student Engagement Platform -- 7 Discussion -- 8 Conclusion -- References -- Designing Next Generation Smart City Initiatives: The SCID Framework -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Conceptualizing Smart Cities -- 3 Approach -- 3.1 Research Framework -- 3.2 Design Process -- 3.3 Selected Cases: The Ten Smart City Initiatives -- 4 The Smart City Initiative Design Framework -- 4.1 Overview -- 4.2 Elements -- 4.2.1 City Policy Domains -- 4.2.2 Smart City Initiatives -- 4.2.3 Implementation Approach -- 4.2.4 Stakeholders and City Transformation Outcomes -- 4.2.5 Enablers -- 4.2.6 Challenges -- 4.2.7 Critical Success Factors -- 5 Discussion -- 6 Conclusions -- References -- Smart Cities Are Transparent Cities: The Role of Fiscal Transparency in Smart City Governance -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Smart Cities in a Political World.

3 Smart Cities and E-governance -- 4 The Role of Transparency -- 5 Fiscal Transparency -- 6 Smart Cities Transparency Framework -- 7 Measuring Transparency: Current Efforts to Assess City Level Online Transparency -- 8 Building Stronger Smart Cities by Ensuring Proper Measurement of Online Fiscal Transparency -- References -- Evaluating the Performance of Smart Cities in the Global Economic Network -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Chapter 1 -- 2.1 Smart City -- 2.2 World City Networks -- 2.3 Social Networks -- 2.4 Economic Networks -- 3 Chapter 2 -- 3.1 Data and Methodology -- 4 Chapter 3 -- 4.1 Results -- 5 Chapter 4 -- 5.1 Conclusions -- 6 Chapter 5 -- 6.1 Policy Recommendations -- References -- Stakeholder Engagement in the Smart City: Making Living Labs Work -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Research Framework -- 2.1 Underlying Assumptions of Smart City Service Development -- 2.2 Open Innovation and Stakeholder Engagement -- 2.3 Applying a Living Lab Approach to Stakeholder Engagement in the Development of Smart City Services -- 3 Methodological Approach -- 4 State of Play -- 4.1 The Peripheria Project -- 4.2 Setting Up of the Pilots -- 4.2.1 Stakeholder Enlistment -- 4.2.2 Enrolment -- 4.2.3 Dialogue -- 4.2.4 Innovation Network -- 4.3 Interpretation of the Results -- 4.4 Propositions for Stakeholder Engagement in the Smart City Living Lab-Setting Up the Founding Framework -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Smart City as a Mobile Technology: Critical Perspectives on Urban Development Policies -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Smart City in Urban Development Policies -- 3 The Smart City as a Mobile Technology -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- An Investigation of Leadership Styles During Adoption of E-government for an Innovative City: Perspectives of Taiwanese Public Servants -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Literature Review -- 2.1 Development of E-government in Taiwan.

2.2 E-governmental Leaders and Styles of Leadership -- 2.3 Measurement of Perceived E-government Styles of Leadership -- 3 Research Methods -- 3.1 Research Participants -- 3.2 Questionnaire Development -- 3.3 Data Collection and Analysis Methods -- 4 Research Results -- 4.1 Participants' Perceptions of Supervisors' Leadership Styles -- 4.2 Cross-Analyses and Chi-square Tests for Background Variables -- 5 Discussions, Suggestions, and Conclusions -- References -- Conclusions -- 1   Concluding Remarks -- References.

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