State of the Art and Future Perspectives in Smart and Sustainable Urban Development
Yigitcanlar, Tan (editor)
This book contributes to the conceptual and practical knowledge pools in order to improve the research and practice on smart and sustainable urban development by presenting an informed understanding of the subject to scholars, policymakers, and practitioners. This book presents contributions—in the form of research articles, literature reviews, case reports, and short communications—offering insights into the smart and sustainable urban development by conducting in-depth conceptual debates, detailed case study descriptions, thorough empirical investigations, systematic literature reviews, or forecasting analyses. This way, the book forms a repository of relevant information, material, and knowledge to support research, policymaking, practice, and the transferability of experiences to address urbanization and other planetary challenges.
Keywordsnew town development; urban entrepreneurialism; land-driven economy; Pearl River Delta; smart cities; Spain; networks; firms; polycentrism; socioeconomic resilience; recession; Mediterranean Europe; social learning; transdisciplinary coproduction; sustainability transitions; artificial intelligence (AI); artificially intelligent city; climate change; planetary challenges; smart and sustainable cities; smart city; technological disruption; urban policy; sustainable urbanism; urban artificial intelligences; energy transitions; hydrogen; energy storage; vanadium; flow battery; industrial ecology; co-benefits; multi-generation; power-to-X; energy networks; smart urbanism; smart and sustainable urban development; sustainable development; knowledge-based urban development; urban governance; urban transformation; innovation; Florianópolis; Brazil; stormwater management; retention basin; rain garden; low impact development (LID); green infrastructure; cost analysis; stormwater modelling; stormwater quality; stormwater reuse; water scarcity; sustainable urban development; governance; urban renewal; historical buildings protection; property rights; citizen centrism; citizen-centric smart cities; neoliberal urbanism; public participation; participative governance; participatory planning; right to the city; smart citizenship; social inclusion indicator; education for sustainable development; pedagogy; urban; multidisciplinary learning; sustainability monitoring; sustainability indicators; community indicators; quality-of-life; transparency; accountability; participatory governance; urban morphology; deep learning; similarity analysis; cluster analysis; feature extraction; business survival; economic resilience; employment portfolio; risk–return tradeoff; Europe; Fuzzy Delphi method; Hong Kong; India; Malaysia; smart city policy; smart urbanization; policy evaluation; age-in-place; ageing communities; naturally occurring retirement communities; age-friendly cities; older population; Brisbane; Australia; anonymity; formal modeling; location privacy; mix context; pseudonyms; traceability; VANETs; urban planning; more-than-human; post-Anthropocene; environmental humanities; multispecies justice; sustainable cities; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
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