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Public policies for Smart cities or Smart territories : Rethinking local governance to maximize public value creation

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Pascal Frucquet
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Didier Chabaud
Pierre Marin

Abstract

In 2021, more than 200 territories in France had launched Smart City or Smart Territory projects (Data Publica and KPMG 2021, p17), a particularly elaborated form of digital transformation for local authorities, combining digitalization trajectories and the will to create value on a territorial scale. The Smart City concept is indeed regularly associated with an ambition to create multidimensional value (Csukas and Szabo 2021). In this sense, several authors have proposed to address it from the perspective of public value theory (Cosgrave et al. 2014; Bolivar 2019; Chatfield et al. 2019).
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hal-03917898 , version 1 (02-01-2023)

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Pascal Frucquet, David Carassus, Didier Chabaud, Pierre Marin. Public policies for Smart cities or Smart territories : Rethinking local governance to maximize public value creation. IRSPM Conference, P29 – SIG Agile and digital transformation in the public sector, Apr 2023, Budapest, Hungary. ⟨hal-03917898⟩
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