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Smart City in Urban Innovation: Concept, Management, Policy and Technology

Journal: International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (Vol.8, No. 10)

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Page : 001-014

Keywords : Smart City; Urban Innovation; Concept; Management; Policy; Technology.;

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This article defines a smart city not as a measure of how smart a city is but as an endeavor to become innovative. The meaning attached to A smart city is innovative in terms of administration, policy, and technology. Because each city's distinct setting influences its technical, organizational, and policy elements, we may think of smart cities as a contextualized interaction of technical, managerial, and policy innovation. However, there is a dearth of study on innovation in Management and policy, despite the abundant literature on technological innovation. After reviewing the public management literature, the author concluded that urban planning is a critical component of urban growth. Cities with sufficient intellectual resources, established institutions, and developed infrastructure are smart cities. The purpose of this exposition is to analyze the smart city's function in urban administration. The research establishes a link between coverage planning and investment pressure zones. The author's categorization of Medium-Size Cities is the primary outcome. The purpose of this article is to close a research gap by developing a complete framework for seeing the smart city movement as an invention that encompasses technology, Management, and policy. Additionally, we explore the inherent dangers of innovation, innovative techniques while avoiding risks, and the settings in which innovation and risks occur.

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