Who owns the future city? Phases of technological urbanism and shifts in sovereignty

@article{Sadowski2020WhoOT,
  title={Who owns the future city? Phases of technological urbanism and shifts in sovereignty},
  author={Jathan Sadowski},
  journal={Urban Studies},
  year={2020},
  volume={58},
  pages={1732 - 1744}
}
Smart urbanism has, over the last decade or so, grown to become a major research area within the social science of cities and digital technology. This critical commentary aims to outline a new framework for analysing the urban political economic dynamics currently unfolding through different combinations of power, technology and capital in cities. Rather than simply spreading via one static model of smart urbanism, the practices and purposes for rolling out digital technology in cities continue… Expand
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