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Mechanisms of urban communities’ interaction in the smart city development (by the example of Omsk city)

Механизмы взаимодействия городских сообществ при формировании Smart-City (на примере города Омска)

Evgeny Kapoguzov, Ovodova, Svetlana (Оводова, Светлана) () and Chupin, Roman (Чупин, Роман) ()
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Ovodova, Svetlana (Оводова, Светлана): Dostoevsky Omsk State University
Chupin, Roman (Чупин, Роман): Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Voprosy upravleniya / Management Issues, 2019, 272-280

Abstract: The purpose of the study is to determine the mechanisms of interaction of urban communities in the formation of Smart City by assessing the level of development of internal urban subsystems on a terri-torial basis, taking into account the processes of segregation. The study is based on the analysis of scientific discourse about Smart City, institutional analysis of the legal framework for the development of “smart cities” in the Russian Federation, as well as data from an expert survey of representatives of territorial public self-government committees in Omsk city. Having studied the world experience of building “smart cities”, the author noted the priority im-portance of the internal environment in the development of the city, which includes social and institu-tional foundations for generating and implementing innovations. The problems that arise because of the low readiness of urban communities for Smart City technology solutions are noted, including the hypothesis of the impact of digitalization on the strengthening of spatial segregation. Based on the ma-terials of Omsk city, a classification of the mechanisms of interaction of urban communities in the for-mation of Smart City was developed. It is determined that in the city of Omsk there is a significant seg-regation of the territory according to the level of development of elements of the urban environment. The scientific novelty consists in identifying additional grounds for segregation of the urban environ-ment based on the dichotomy of the concepts of “digital city” and “smart city”.

Keywords: Smart City; Smart Urbanism; urban environment; urban communities; segregation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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