Tasks and resources for explorers
1. The paper Towards a Working Model of e-Participation in Smart Cities: What the Research Suggests presents a review of scientific findings around the concept of e-participation, together with some interesting practical experiences.
2. The paper Citizenship, Justice and the Right to the Smart City discussed the issue of social justice and of how digital technology can foster the development of more equitable cities and communities.
3. The article Smart urbanism and smart citizenship: The neoliberal logic of ‘citizen-focused’ smart cities in Europe offers a critique of the concept of Smart City as put forward in Europe, stressing the importance of its economic side with respect to the societal one.