Urban Heat Island (UHI) mitigating strategies: A case-based comparative analysis
O’Malley, C., Piroozfar, P., Farr, E. R. P., & Pomponi, F. (2015)
Urban Heat Island (UHI) mitigating strategies: A case-based comparative analysis. Sustainable Cities and Society, 19, 222-235. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scs.2015.05.009
Urbanisation may have been shown to have no effect on climate change, but some researchers suggest that cities are fully capable of responding to it. Urban Heat Islands (UHIs)...
The development process of smart city strategies: the case of Barcelona
Mora, L. & Bolici, R. (2016)
The development process of smart city strategies: the case of Barcelona. In Rajaniemi, J. (Ed.). Re-city: future city - combining disciplines, 155-181. Tampere, Finland: Tampere University of Technology, School of Architecture. ISBN 978-952-15-3624-3
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The First Two Decades of Smart-City Research: A Bibliometric Analysis
Mora, L., Bolici, R., & Deakin, M. (2017)
The First Two Decades of Smart-City Research: A Bibliometric Analysis. Journal of Urban Technology, 24(1), 3-27. https://doi.org/10.1080/10630732.2017.1285123
This paper reports on the first two decades of research on smart cities by conducting a bibliometric analysis of the literature published between 1992 and 2012. The analysis s...
Smart cities: the state-of-the-art and governance challenge.
Deakin, M. (2014)
Smart cities: the state-of-the-art and governance challenge. Triple Helix, 1, https://doi.org/10.1186/s40604-014-0007-9
Reflecting on the governance of smart cities, the state-of-the-art this paper advances offers a critique of recent city ranking and future Internet accounts of their developme...
The aging Scottish population: trends, consequences, responses
Raeside, R., & Khan, H. T. A. (2008)
The aging Scottish population: trends, consequences, responses. Canadian studies in population, 35, 291-310
The population of Scotland is projected to decrease despite recent increases in fertility and an excess of immigrants over emigrants. The reason for the projected decline is t...
How to Overcome the Dichotomous Nature of Smart City Research: Proposed Methodology and Results of a Pilot Study
Mora, L., Deakin, M., Reid, A., & Angelidou, M. (2019)
How to Overcome the Dichotomous Nature of Smart City Research: Proposed Methodology and Results of a Pilot Study. Journal of Urban Technology, 26(2), 89-128. https://doi.org/10.1080/10630732.2018.1525265
Overcoming the dichotomous nature of smart city research is fundamental to providing cities with a clear understanding of how smart city development should be approached. This...
Exploring the Big Picture of Smart City Research
Komninos, N., & Mora, L. (2018)
Exploring the Big Picture of Smart City Research. Scienze Regionali-The Italian Journal of Regional Science, 1, 15-38
This paper analyses the big picture of the smart city research field by means of a bibliometric analysis of the literature on smart cities produced between 1992 and 2012. The ...
Sustainable Urban Development
Deakin, M. Sustainable Urban Development. (Thesis)
Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/4660
This submission for PhD by publication aims to capture, reflect upon, analyse and offer critical insights into how the use of land and exchange of property can help serve the ...
The embedded intelligence of smart cities: urban life, citizenship and community
Deakin, M., & Reid, A. (2017)
The embedded intelligence of smart cities: urban life, citizenship and community. International Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age, 4(4), 62-74. https://doi.org/10.4018/IJPADA.2017100105
This paper reviews Mitchell’s thesis on the transition from the city of bits to e-topia. The review finds it wanting and suggests the problems encountered with the thesis rest...
Delivering job search services for unemployed people in rural areas: the role of ICT.
McQuaid, R. W., & Lindsay, C. (2003)
Delivering job search services for unemployed people in rural areas: the role of ICT
The geographical remoteness of many rural communities from major centres of economic activity clearly affects the availability of public services, which tend to be concentrate...