Stakeholders' Views on ICT and Sustainable Development in an Urban Development Project

@inproceedings{Granath2014StakeholdersVO,
  title={Stakeholders' Views on ICT and Sustainable Development in an Urban Development Project},
  author={Malin Granath and Karin Axelsson},
  booktitle={ECIS},
  year={2014}
}
ICT potentially plays an important part in achieving sustainable urban development. Subsequently, ICT could be expected to have a central role in the general discourse of urban development, and in specific development projects, both as a means in the planning process itself and as an end product, i.e. smart city solutions. By exploring a case study of a local urban development project (Urb@n) in Sweden, we explore different characteristics given to ICT and how they can be understood as… CONTINUE READING

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