E-participation in decision making is gaining ground. The task is to test the opportunities coming from a mix of e-participation and proactive decision support tools, especially in low density residential areas affected by structural limitations. Far from the technology-based smart city paradigm, this bottom-up approach is useful since it provides administrations with a immediate and free use of a pool of ideas and it can support to better and cheaply organize a number of basic services.

The potential of rural districts supported by e-governance tools: the digital hamlets / Plaisant, Alessandro; Cecchini, Arnaldo. - 10:(2014).

The potential of rural districts supported by e-governance tools: the digital hamlets

PLAISANT, Alessandro;CECCHINI, Arnaldo
2014

Abstract

E-participation in decision making is gaining ground. The task is to test the opportunities coming from a mix of e-participation and proactive decision support tools, especially in low density residential areas affected by structural limitations. Far from the technology-based smart city paradigm, this bottom-up approach is useful since it provides administrations with a immediate and free use of a pool of ideas and it can support to better and cheaply organize a number of basic services.
The potential of rural districts supported by e-governance tools: the digital hamlets / Plaisant, Alessandro; Cecchini, Arnaldo. - 10:(2014).
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