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My main research interests revolve around smart city research and urbanism management (past and ongoing research), communication (on a more practical level, i.e., in my daily activities) and political theory and history (my research on the left-right divide).
Smart cities have been heralded as new powerhouses of economic growth and their capacity to fill this promise strongly depends on how attractive they are to highly skilled people. In fact, talented professionals can be regarded as their precondition and the fuel of innovation. In this article, we try to articulate how outstanding smart cities have...
The left-right divide: A universal theory Political science researchers have proposed models of the left-right divide that are particularly limited in scope. Our model allows for the analysis of any political community where a left-right divide has already emerged. Our empirical analysis of the history of eight countries confirms our model and its...
In recent years, there have been efforts carried out by international organisations, like the OECD or the EU, to push for smart cities to take inclusion as one of their core pillars. This raises the question of a newly discussed concept: participative (or participation) smart cities. More specifically, it raises the question of whether such a setti...
URL : https://www.jipm-online.com/index.php/JIPM/article/view/54 In this brief we will address the measure of managing public procurement taking into consideration cultural, corporate and organizational specificities, with a sustainable development strategy in mind. When such tools are used in conjunction, the efficiency of production applications...