Emerging platform urbanism in China: Reconfigurations of data, citizenship and materialities
Federico Caprotti and
Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 2020, vol. 151, issue C
•Platform urbanism increasingly defines the ways in which cities develop for the future.•Platform urbanism is one of the latest developments of the smart city.•Chinese platform urbanism challenges currently held notions of urban citizenship and urban lifestyles.•China's urban platforms show domestic as well as international patterns of mobility.
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