Smart Region: Meanings, Governance, Policies and Projects

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Stefano Di Vita
Publishing Year 2018 Issue 2017/83
Language English Pages 2 P. 17-18 File size 158 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2017-083002
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Against the backdrop of the recurring rhetorics and the ongoing scientific debate about the diffusion of ICTs in the urban space, this issue aims at exploring risks and potentials of the smartness in regionalised cities through a collection of international and multidisciplinary research and case studies. Specifically, within the different articles, the issue deals with the regional size of contemporary urban phenomena at different scales: transboundary city-regions (as the international Øresund Region and the interregional Northern Italy’s sector between Milan and Turin); big cities’ metropolitan contexts (of Barcelona, Bilbao, Bristol, Glasgow and Seattle); small and medium towns’ regional networks (in Castilla y Leon, Marche and Veneto)

Keywords: Post-metropolitan spaces; city-regional smartness; urban agenda

Stefano Di Vita, Smart Region: Meanings, Governance, Policies and Projects in "TERRITORIO" 83/2017, pp 17-18, DOI: 10.3280/TR2017-083002