Smart cities: the state-of-the-art and governance challenge

  title={Smart cities: the state-of-the-art and governance challenge},
  author={M. Deakin},
  journal={Triple Helix},
Reflecting on the governance of smart cities, the state-of-the-art this paper advances offers a critique of recent city ranking and future Internet accounts of their development. Armed with these critical insights, it goes on to explain smart cities in terms of the social networks, cultural attributes and environmental capacities, vis-a-vis, vital ecologies of the intellectual capital, wealth creation and standards of participatory governance regulating their development. The Triple Helix model… Expand

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