City Policies and the European Urban Agenda

Recent books published The Digitized City: Influence & Impact (2016) Cities of Ambition (2015) The Fragile City & the Risk Nexus with Tom Burke (2014) José Palma Andrés is an economist. He studied at Lisbon University and London School ...

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Author: Martín Fernández-Prado

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030108472

Category: Political Science

Page: 350

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During the next few years, most European and World cities will be developing urban agendas. Materials published on the subject have been relatively scarce until now. This edited volume introduces a case study implementation of the European Urban Agenda (EUA) in a cross-border region in the Iberian Peninsula between Spain (Galicia) and Portugal. It explores the implementation of a number of urban core principles in two distinctive regions, serving as the basis for a comparative analysis on how such galvanizing principles work, contained in the EUA. The case presented in this edited volume is the first cross-border urban agenda to be drafted. It is a unique piece that contributes to our understanding of the complexities of implementing and translating a common set of urban European principles to variety of different local milieus. The chapters of the book closely examine the various strands of the implementation of urban policies through the lenses of land use, economic competition, innovation, culture and creative industries, energy, ecology, demographic challenges, housing, social inclusion and democratic governance. These chapters are written by international renowned scholars who were involved in the drawing up of the urban agenda for this territory. The ideas, principles and concepts that they impart can be extrapolated to most cities.

The Constitution of the City

See also: C. Landry, The Digitized City: Influence and Impact, London: Comedia, 2016. Y. Benkler, “Freedom in the commons: towards a political economy of information,” Duke Law Journal, 52, 2003, 1245–1276; Y. Benkler, The Wealth of ...

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Author: Allen J. Scott

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319612287

Category: Social Science

Page: 251

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This book presents an exploratory account of the origins and dynamics of cities. The author recounts how the essential foundations of the urbanization process reside in two interrelated forces. These are the tendency for many different kinds of human activity to gather together to form functional complexes on the landscape, and the multifaceted intra-urban space-sorting crosscurrents set in motion by this primary urge. From these basic points of departure, the city in all its fullness emerges as a reflexive moment in social and economic development. The argument of the book is pursued both in theoretical and in empirical terms, devoting attention to the changing character of urbanization in the capitalist era. A point of particular emphasis concerns the peculiar patterns of resurgent urbanization that are making their historical and geographical appearance in the currently emerging phase of cognitive-cultural capitalism and that are now rapidly diffusing across the globe.

Advanced Introduction to the Creative City

These city stories and their historic facts can have deep psychological effects, with the past reflected in the ... References Landry, Charles, (2016), The Digitized City: Influence & Impact, Ambition and creativity 13 Psychology and ...

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Author: Charles Landry

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781788973489

Category: Political Science

Page: 192

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Written by the leading authority Charles Landry, inventor of the concept of the creative city, this timely book offers an insightful and engaging introduction to the field. Exploring the development of the concept, it discusses the characteristics of cities, the qualities of creativity, the creative and regeneration repertoires and the gentrification dilemma. Other key topics of this definitive work include ambition and creativity, cities and psychology, digitization and the creative bureaucracy.

Environmental Management of Air Water Agriculture and Energy

Multi-criteria decision-making for sustainable metropolitan cities assessment. Journal of Environmental Management, 226, pp. 46–61. doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.07.075. Churkina, G., 2016. ... The Digitized City: Influence & Impact.

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Author: Ahmad Vasel-Be-Hagh

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780429589751

Category: Nature

Page: 218

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Environmental Management of Air, Water, Agriculture, and Energy brings together the most current state of knowledge on four major elements for sustaining life on planet Earth: air, water, food, and energy. It examines how green technology aids in mitigating the global water, energy, and climate change crises, including the use of electrostatic force and green infrastructure. The concepts of underwater vegetation and aquatic cultivation, as well as vertical farms, are presented to spark discussion on emerging water-energy-food nexus lessons, experiences, and opportunities. This book takes a comprehensive global-scale approach to examining potential future environmental scenarios and outcomes. Features: Analyzes the most recent research findings in each of the areas covered Synthesizes the state-of-the-art understanding Recommends ways to strive forward and to shape future research Serves as an educational tool for educators and students Supported by detailed examples and case studies, this book serves not only as an up-to-date source of information for environmental experts and researchers in the field, but also as an educational tool for relevant undergraduate and graduate courses. It is also suitable for industry professionals concerned with preserving planet Earth for generations to come.

Research Anthology on Digital Transformation Organizational Change and the Impact of Remote Work

Review of Managerial Science, 12(1), 317–334. doi:10.100711846-016-0215-y Butcher, T. (2016). ... In R. Horne, J. Fien, B. B. Beza, & A. Nelson (Eds.), Sustainability Citizenship in Cities: Theory and practice.

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Author: Management Association, Information Resources

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799872986

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 2049

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As the use of remote work has recently skyrocketed, digital transformation within the workplace has gone under a microscope, and it has become abundantly clear that the incorporation of new technologies in the workplace is the future of business. These technologies keep businesses up to date with their capabilities to perform remote work and make processes more efficient and effective than ever before. In understanding digital transformation in the workplace there needs to be advanced research on technology, organizational change, and the impacts of remote work on the business, the employees, and day-to-day work practices. This advancement to a digital work culture and remote work is rapidly undergoing major advancements, and research is needed to keep up with both the positives and negatives to this transformation. The Research Anthology on Digital Transformation, Organizational Change, and the Impact of Remote Work contains hand-selected, previously published research that explores the impacts of remote work on business workplaces while also focusing on digital transformation for improving the efficiency of work. While highlighting work technologies, digital practices, business management, organizational change, and the effects of remote work on employees, this book is an all-encompassing research work intended for managers, business owners, IT specialists, executives, practitioners, stakeholders, researchers, academicians, and students interested in how digital transformation and remote work is affecting workplaces.

ECDG 2019 19th European Conference on Digital Government

Conclusion and Future work This paper presents 40 challenges and 35 success factors in the effect of disruptive change in the ... people, software development, enterprise architecture, global influence and the impact by government.

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Author: Asst. Prof. Dr. Tuğberk Kaya

Publisher: Academic Conferences and publishing limited

ISBN: 9781912764396

Category: Business & Economics

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Social Justice and the City

2016 ) . Humanitarian data are produced in institutionally specific ways that mirror political imperatives , sometimes ... The digital divide thus persists here in numerous ways that delimit the technologies ' potential impact on social ...

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Author: Nik Heynen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429837234

Category: Science

Page: 312

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This special collection aims to offer insight into the state of geography on questions of social justice and urban life. While using social justice and the city as our starting point may signal inspiration from Harvey’s (1973) book of the same name, the task of examining the emergence of this concept has revealed the deep influence of grassroots urban uprisings of the late 1960s, earlier and contemporary meditations on our urban worlds (Jacobs, 1961, 1969; Lefebvre, 1974; Massey and Catalano, 1978) as well as its enduring significance built upon by many others for years to come. Laws (1994) noted how geographers came to locate social justice struggles in the city through research that examined the ways in which material conditions contributed to poverty and racial and gender inequity, as well as how emergent social movements organized to reshape urban spaces across diverse engagements including the U.S. Civil Rights Movement, anti-war protests, feminist and LGBTQ activism, the American Indian Movement, and disability access. This book originally published as a special issue of Annals of the American Association of Geographers.

Digital Twin Technologies and Smart Cities

Chase, C.: The Digital Revolution: Crossing the digital divide is changing the Supply Chain Landscape—SAS Voices' (2016). ... K.: Influence of intelligent transportation systems on reduction of the environmental negative impact of urban ...

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Author: Maryam Farsi

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030187323

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 212

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This book provides a holistic perspective on Digital Twin (DT) technologies, and presents cutting-edge research in the field. It assesses the opportunities that DT can offer for smart cities, and covers the requirements for ensuring secure, safe and sustainable smart cities. Further, the book demonstrates that DT and its benefits with regard to: data visualisation, real-time data analytics, and learning leading to improved confidence in decision making; reasoning, monitoring and warning to support accurate diagnostics and prognostics; acting using edge control and what-if analysis; and connection with back-end business applications hold significant potential for applications in smart cities, by employing a wide range of sensory and data-acquisition systems in various parts of the urban infrastructure. The contributing authors reveal how and why DT technologies that are used for monitoring, visualising, diagnosing and predicting in real-time are vital to cities’ sustainability and efficiency. The concepts outlined in the book represents a city together with all of its infrastructure elements, which communicate with each other in a complex manner. Moreover, securing Internet of Things (IoT) which is one of the key enablers of DT’s is discussed in details and from various perspectives. The book offers an outstanding reference guide for practitioners and researchers in manufacturing, operations research and communications, who are considering digitising some of their assets and related services. It is also a valuable asset for graduate students and academics who are looking to identify research gaps and develop their own proposals for further research.

The Future Opportunities and Challenges of Business in Digital Era 4 0

Subdistrict Value Balassa Index 2012-2016 Wonosobo City District Eastern City West City Klumbayan CukuBalak 4.43 > 4 6.27 > 4 5.45 ... Households (X1) have a positive and significant effect on agglomeration with regression coefficients.

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Author: Satria Bangsawan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000192346

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 344

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One of the main challenges faced by all entrepreneurs, is the need to growth. Growth is part of all organizations, it implies continuous growth of sales, purchases, number of employees, profit and thus the growth of the enterprise. Most innovations that are part of the organizations are derived from the internal organization. Industrial Revolution 4.0 provides both opportunities and challenges to all entrepreneurs to grow their business. The rapid development of technology and all digital aspects create opportunities of innovation in organizations. These proceedings provide details beyond what is possible to be included in an oral presentation and constitute a concise but timely medium for the dissemination of recent research results. It will be invaluable to professionals and academics in the field of business, entrepreneurship and economics to get an understanding of recent research developments.