Amy K. Araz Taeihagh, Tassilo Herrschel, Gupta,
Big Data and Smart Cities: a literature review
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Smart City Governance in Developing Countries: A Systematic Literature Review
The aim of this paper is to review smart city literature to achieve these goals. More than sources of literature were approached and analyzed with a view of finding out drivers and success indicators of smart cities on which future research policies are depend. The results pointed out several drivers that stimulate cities to be smart. These drivers are related to economy, environment, governance, safety, energy, living, technology, buildings, education and people.
From to , Member of the local Government of the Municipality of Genova, at present personal assistant of the Mayor about territorial development and Smart city. She is Author of several international publications, Editor of international and national volumes and Referee of several scientific international journals. Director of the Master in Entrepreneurship and management, her main research interests are Information systems in companies and in the public sector, financial reporting, smart cities.