Smart-city: в поисках концептуализации

Станислав Германович Еремеев

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Еремеев С. Г. Smart-city: в поисках концептуализации // Власть, 2019. Том. 27. № 1. C. 147-153. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31171/vlast.v27i1.6242.

Аннотация


В работе предпринята попытка критического осмысления наметившихся концептуальных подходов к пониманию феномена Smart Cities. Развитие Smart Cities связывается не только с ростом урбанизации, но и с высокой динамикой возрастания сложности социальной жизни современных обществ, что с необходимостью актуализирует проблему управляемости, в русле чего и должно в первую очередь рассматриваться это явление.

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управляемость; «умный город»; ИКТ; концептуализация; дихотомия

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31171/vlast.v27i1.6242