Handbook: The Political Economy of Local Regulation

The Political Economy of Local Regulation

Theoretical Frameworks and International Case Studies

Edited by Franco Becchis, Alberto Asquer and Daniele Russolillo


About the book

Turin | Regulating Smart Cities: Infrastructures, Sharing and Competition

WHAT: Smart cities can be seen as platforms where major building blocks  such as energy&transport networks, ICT networks and services, active citizenship, existing infrastructure/institutions, city planning and law enforcement might be glued together into a system that is able to respond dynamically to a new set of bottom-up user-driven information.

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