Modelling the smart city performance

@article{Lombardi2012ModellingTS,
  title={Modelling the smart city performance},
  author={Patrizia Lombardi and Silvia Giordano and Hend Farouh and Wael Yousef},
  journal={Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={25},
  pages={137 - 149}
}
This paper aims to offer a profound analysis of the interrelations between smart city components connecting the cornerstones of the triple helix. The triple helix model has emerged as a reference framework for the analysis of knowledge-based innovation systems, and relates the multiple and reciprocal relationships between the three main agencies in the process of knowledge creation and capitalization: university, industry and government. This analysis of the triple helix will be augmented using… 

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