PERCEIVE project - Deliverable D4.3 "Report on Smart Cities and Resilience"

Collins, Alan ; Leonard, Alan ; Cox, Adam ; Greco, Salvatore ; Torrisi, Gianpiero (2017) PERCEIVE project - Deliverable D4.3 "Report on Smart Cities and Resilience". p. 33. DOI 10.6092/unibo/amsacta/5721.
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This report will analyse the relationship between smart cities and economic resilience at city level. The conceptual evolution of the ‘smart city’ is discussed in detail in Work Package 4.1. Furthermore, a new index of ‘smartness’, which provided a measure of the extent to which a city is smart, was constructed in Work Package 4.1 using Stochastic Multicriteria Acceptability Analysis (SMAA) at city level. The index considered both objective measures and citizens’ perceptions of key dimensions offering value in assessing ‘smartness’ in city projects and policies. Building on the work conducted in Work Package 4.1, this report focuses on smartness (the creation and use of knowledge) and the potential link with the resilience at city level.

Document type
Monograph (Technical Report)
Collins, AlanNottingham Business School
Leonard, AlanUniversity of Portsmouth
Cox, AdamUniversity of Portsmouth
Greco, SalvatoreUniversity of Portsmouth
Torrisi, GianpieroUniversity of Portsmouth0000-0003-4497-2365
Deposit date
31 Oct 2017 09:36
Last modified
17 Jul 2019 10:20
Project name
PERCEIVE - Perception and Evaluation of Regional and Cohesion policies by Europeans and Identification with the Values of Europe
Funding program
EC - H2020

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