Currently the first research report, containing a context-sensitive theory of smart governance, is being conducted by the researchers in Curitiba, Glasgow and Utrecht.

 

Meanwhile, prof. Meijer published a paper together with prof. Thaens, on how we can study smart city projects. They develop a framework which they test by examining developments in the Living Lab Stratusmeind, in the city of Eindhoven in the Netherlands. You can read it here.

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Over the summer of 2016, prof. Webster visited the Victoria University of Wellington, in New Zealand. You can see his slides on eGovernment Evolutions and Big Data. The slides give an impression of the following presentations prof. Webster gave:

  • Big Data: Issues for Public Policy and Public
    Services, MSc Public Policy Workshop,
    Government Buildings, Victoria University of Wellington,
    Wellington, 31 August 2016
  • eGovernment Evolutions: Managing Information
    Flows in an Era of Smart Cities and Big Data,
    Public Lecture, Government Buildings, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, 2 September 2016
  • Big Data: Issues for Public Policy and Public
    Services, ANZOG Workshop, Rydges Hotel,
    Wellington, 7 September 2016
  • Delivering the Big Data Revolution: Leadership
    and Governance Issues, Dean’s Lunch
    Seminar Presentation, Faculty of Business, Rutherford House, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, 8
    September 2016
  • eGovernment Evolutions: Managing Information
    Flows in an Era of Smart Cities and Big Data,
    Public Lecture, Victoria University of Wellington, Auckland,
    13 September 2016
  • Managing Information Flows in an Era of Big
    Data, Seminar Presentation, Police Intelligence Unit, Police National Headquarters, Wellington, 14 September 2016