11 Works

Success Factors of Smart Cities: A Systematic Review of Literature from 2000-2018

Abdulaziz Aldegheishem
The aim of this paper is to review smart city literature to achieve these goals. More than 150 sources of literature were approached and analyzed with a view of finding out drivers and success indicators of smart cities on which future research policies are depend. The results pointed out several drivers that stimulate cities to be smart. These drivers are related to economy, environment, governance, safety, energy, living, technology, buildings, education and people. Interestingly, a...

Analysis of the first urban regeneration area in Kocaeli after Gölcük earthquake by using zoning plans

Burcu Aslan & Cankut Dağdal İnce
Rapidly growing cities following The Industrial Revolution remained insufficient to fulfill today's necessities. Also, natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods or unsound structures have affected the development of cities adversely. Although natural disasters can be unpredictable, the issue of preparing cities for natural disasters, planning cities and regulating laws accordingly are becoming increasingly crucial. Urban regeneration activities are one of these preventions taken in this purpose. It is observed that countries such as Turkey, faced...

Green is the colour. Standards, equipment and public spaces as paradigm for the Italian sustainable city

Giuseppe Mazzeo, Floriana Zucaro & Rosa Morosini
The speed of the urban systems is related with a series of social, economic, and environmental transformations bringing often to a critic state that needs the redefinition of urban elements and relationships, in order to guarantee quality and safety to the inhabitants’ lives. Related to the new spatial conditions of planning is the topic of urban equipment that is an open matter in the urban politics. Their relevance for Italian cities made them a symbol...

Good Practices for the Management of Fragile Territories Resilience

Federica Pignatelli, Mariangela De Vita & Pierluigi Properzi
Italy is a territory frequently affected by natural disasters that have a huge impact on urban transformations. The physical and socio-economical reconstruction process of a territory damaged by a traumatic event at first pursues the path of emergency management and subsequently the rehabilitation of the damaged areas. These political and economic strategies are still unsystematic, so it is difficult to foresee eithers long or short term effects. This paper presents an analysis carried out on...

Diritto provinciale romano

Giulio Iovine

Impacts of Land Disputes on Community Development

David Ngwoke Mbazor & Babajide Ojo
Land disputes as experienced in different parts of Nigeria have strong effect on rural and urban socio-economic development. Land disputes have disastrous and life threatening effects on individuals as well as on groups, communities and even entire nations. In view of this, the study examined the impacts of land disputes on the development of the affected communities. In achieving this, Three hundred and Seventeen (317) questionnaires were retrieved from the residents of the various villages...

Review Pages: The Times They Are a-Changin' 1 (2019)

Gennaro Angiello, Gerardo Carpentieri, Rosa Morosini, Maria Rosa Tremiterra & Andrea Tulisi
Starting from the relationship between urban planning and mobility management, TeMA has gradually expanded the view of the covered topics, always remaining in the groove of rigorous scientific in-depth analysis. During the last two years a particular attention has been paid on the Smart Cities theme and on the different meanings that come with it. The last section of the journal is formed by the Review Pages. They have different aims: to inform on the...

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