10 Jan Publishing the chapter ‘From Smart Cities to Experimental Cities?’ in a book published by Palgrave Macmillan
Dr Calzada has recently published a chapter entitled ‘From Smart Cities to Experimental Cities?’ in the book ‘Co-Designing Economies in Transition: Radical Approaches in Dialogue with Contemplative Social Sciences‘ through Palgrave Macmillan.
Here is the full reference:
Calzada, I. (2018) From Smart Cities to Experimental Cities? In Vincenzo Mario Bruno Giorgino and Zachary David Walsh (eds), Co-Designing Economies in Transition: Radical Approaches in Dialogue with Contemplative Social Sciences. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. 191-217. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-66592-4_11.
And the abstract:
Calzada examines in this chapter the ways in which the hegemonic approach to the “smart city” is evolving into a new intervention category, called the “experimental city.” While this evolution presents some innovations, mainly regarding how smart citizens will be increasingly considered more as decision makers than data providers, likewise, some underlying issues arise, concerning the hidden side and ethical implications of the techno-politics of data and the urban commons. These issues engage with multi-stakeholders, particularly with the specific Penta Helix framework that brings together private sector, public sector, academia, civic society, and entrepreneurs. These innovations in urban life and its governance will inevitably bring us into debate about new potential models of business and society, concerning, for instance, the particular urban co-operative scheme employed.