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Développement durable – Sustainable development

APAK S., ATAY E. (2015), “Global Competitiveness in the EU through Green Innovation Technologies and Knowledge Production”, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, vol. 181, pp. 207-217.

BORSDORF A., BENDER O., BRAUN F., HALLER A. (2015), Web-based instruments for strengthening sustainable regional development in the Alps, Geografski Zbornik / Acta Geographica Slovenica, vol. 55, N° 1, pp. 174-182.

SIRSIKAR S.V., KAREMORE P. (2015), Design and implementation of real time Web based geographic pollution monitoring system; International Conference on Computation of Power, Energy, Information and Communication (ICCPEIC), Piscataway, NJ, USA; Chennai, India: IEEE, ISBN: 9781467365246

SULLIVAN C.M., CONWAY F.D.L., POMEROY C., HALL-ARBER M., WRIGHT D.J. (2015), “Combining geographic information systems and ethnography to better understand and plan ocean space use”, Applied Geography, vol. 59, pp. 70-77.

WILKINSON M.E., MACKAY E., QUINN P.F., STUTTER M., BEVEN K.J., et al. (2015), “A cloud based tool for knowledge exchange on local scale flood risk”, Journal of Environmental Management, vol. 161, pp. 38-50.

Développement rural - Rural development

OKON U. (2015), “ICT for Rural Community Development: Implementing the Communicative Ecology Framework in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria”, Information Technology for Development, vol. 21, N° 2, pp. 297-321.

PHILIP L.J., TOWNSEND L., ROBERTS E., BEEL D. (2015), “The Rural Digital Economy”, Scottish Geographical Journal, vol. 131, N° 3-4, pp. 143-147.

POTNIS D.D. (2015), “Beyond Access to Information: Understanding the Use of Information by Poor Female Mobile Users in Rural India”, Information Society, vol. 31, N° 1, pp. 83-93.

ROBERTS E., FARRINGTON J., SKERRATT S. (2015), “Evaluating New Digital Technologies through a Framework of Resilience”, Scottish Geographical Journal vol. 131, N° 3-4, pp. 253-264.

SALEMINK K., STRIJKER D., BOSWORTH G. (2015), “Rural development in the digital age: A systematic literature review on unequal ICT availability, adoption, and use in rural areas”, Journal of Rural Studies, In Press, Corrected Proof.

SCHNEIDER A.H., MORT A., KINDNESS P., MELLISH C., REITER E., et al. (2015), “Using Technology to Enhance Rural Resilience in Pre-Hospital Emergencies”, Scottish Geographical Journal, vol. 131, N° 3-4, pp. 194-200.

SHU-FEN T., HSIEH Y.P. (2015), “The Implications of Networked Individualism for Social Participation: How Mobile Phone, E-mail, and IM Networks Afford Social Participation for Rural Residents in Taiwan”, American Behavioral Scientist, vol. 59, N° 9, pp. 1157-1172.

Géographie économique - Economical geography

IAMMARINO S., JONA-LASINIO C. (2015), “ICT production and labour productivity in the Italian regions”, European Urban and Regional Studies, vol. 22, N° 2, pp. 218-237.

JAYARAM D., MANRAI A.K., MANRAI L.A. (2015), “Effective use of marketing technology in Eastern Europe: Web analytics, social media, customer analytics, digital campaigns and mobile applications”, Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Science, In Press, Corrected Proof.

JELONEK D. (2015), “The Role of Open Innovations in the Development of e-Entrepreneurship”, Procedia Computer Science, vol. 65, pp. 1013-1022.

JIN S., CHO C.M. (2015), “Is ICT a new essential for national economic growth in an information society?”, Government Information Quarterly, vol. 32, pp. 253-260.

LEMA R., QUADROS R., SCHMITZ H. (2015), “Reorganising global value chains and building innovation capabilities in Brazil and India”, Research Policy, vol. 44, N° 7, pp. 1376-1386.

LIM J., NAM C., KIM S., LEE E., LEE H. (2015), “A new regional clustering approach for mobile telecommunications policy in China”, Telecommunications Policy, vol. 39, N° 3–4, pp. 296-304.

MURPHY J.T., CARMODY P.R. (2015), Africa’s information revolution technical regimes and production networks in South Africa and Tanzania, Chichester, West Sussex, UK Malden, MA, USA: John Wiley & Sons Inc., xxix, 249 p.
ISBN: 978-1-11-875132-9

PROST M., ZOUINAR M. (2015), “De l’hyper-connexion à la déconnexion : quand les entreprises tentent de réguler l’usage professionnel des e-mails. From Hyper-Connection to Disconnection : When Companies Try to Regulate the Professional Use of E-mail”, Perspectives Interdisciplinaires sur le Travail et la Santé, vol. 17, N° 1, pp. 2-20.

SUN Y., GRIMES S. (2015), “China’s increasing participation in ICT’s global value chain: A firm level analysis”, Telecommunications Policy, In Press, Corrected Proof.

TALHI A., HUET J.C., FORTINEAU V., LAMOURI S. (2015), “Towards a Cloud Manufacturing systems modeling methodology”, IFAC-PapersOnLine, vol. 48, N° 3, pp. 288-293.

TOLICA E.K., SEVRANI K., GORICA K. (2015), Information Society Development through ICT Market Strategies: Albania versus Other Developing Countries, Springer International Publishing, XXI, 107 p. ISBN: 978-3-319-17195-1

WANG C.C. (2015), “Geography of Knowledge Sourcing, Search Breadth and Depth Patterns, and Innovative Performance: A Firm Heterogeneity Perspective”, Environment and Planning A, vol. 47, N° 3, pp. 744-761.

Géographie des TIC – Geography of ICTs

LONGAN M.W. (2015), “Cybergeography IRL”, Cultural Geographies, vol. 22, N° 2, pp. 217-229.

OUNIFI H-A., OUHIMMOU M., PAQUET M., MONTECINOS J. (2015), Datacenter location for Internet services in the province of Quebec, IFAC-PapersOnLine, vol. 48, N° 3, pp. 2266-2272.

RACHMAWATI R., RIJANTA R., DJUNAEDI A. (2015), “Location decentralization due to the use of information and communication technology: empirical evidence from Yogyakarta, Indonesia”, Human Geographies -- Journal of Studies & Research in Human Geography, vol. 9, N° 1, pp. 5-15.

RICHARDSON D.B., KWAN M-P., ALTER G., MCKENDRY J.E. (2015), “Replication of scientific research: addressing geoprivacy, confidentiality, and data sharing challenges in geospatial research”, Annals of GIS, vol. 21, N° 2, pp. 101-110.

SEVERO M., ROMELE A. (2015), Traces numériques et territoires, Paris : Presses des Mines, 270 p. ISBN : 9782356712271

TRAN DAI C. (2015), “La cybersécurité au Viêt Nam : formulation et mise en œuvre d’une nouvelle stratégie”, Hérodote, vol. 2, N° 157, pp. 126-140.

XIA J., YANG C., LIU K., LI Z., HUANG Q., et al. (2015), “Adopting cloud computing to optimize spatial web portals for better performance to support Digital Earth and other global geospatial initiatives”, International Journal of Digital Earth, vol. 8, N° 6, pp. 451-475.

Gouvernance - Governance

JANC K. (2015), “Geography of Hyperlinks—Spatial Dimensions of Local Government Websites”, European Planning Studies, vol. 23, N° 5, pp. 1019-1037.

JIN H., LIANG J. (2015), “How should the Chinese government provide information services for Mongol ethnic minority?”, Government Information Quarterly, vol. 32, N° 1, pp. 82-94.

KOUSSOURIS S., LAMPATHAKI F., KOKKINAKOS P., et al. (2015), “Accelerating Policy Making 2.0: Innovation directions and research perspectives as distilled from four standout cases”, Government Information Quarterly, vol. 32, pp. 142-153.

LIN Y., ZHANG X., GEERTMAN S. (2015), “Toward smart governance and social sustainability for Chinese migrant communities”, Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. 107, pp. 389-399.

LIU M., YUAN Q. (2015), “The Evolution of Information and Communication Technology in Public Administration”, Public Administration and Development, vol. 35, N° 2.

LUCIANI-BOYER P. (2015), L’élu(e) face au numérique de la puissance publique à la puissance citoyenne, un défi majeur des territoires, Paris : Berger-Levrault, 284 p.
ISBN : 978-2-7013-1837-0

MANOHARAN A. (Ed. By) (2015), E-government and websites: a public solutions handbook, New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, xiv, 222 p.
ISBN: 9780765646569

MEIJER A. (2015), “E-governance innovation: Barriers and strategies”, Government Information Quarterly, vol. 32, pp. 198-206.

MISURACA G., VISCUSI G. (2015), “Shaping public sector innovation theory: an interpretative framework for ICT-enabled governance innovation”, Electronic Commerce Research, vol. 15, N° 3, pp. 303-322.

PARKHURST N.D., MORRIS T., TAHY E., MOSSBERGER K. (2015), The digital reality: e-government and access to technology and internet for American Indian and Alaska Native populations, Proceedings of the 16th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, Phoenix, Arizona: ACM, pp. 217-229.

SERVAES J., HOYNG R. (2015), “IV: Political Process: Public Opinion, Attitudes, Parties, Forces, Groups and Elections / Vie Politique: Opinion Publique, Attitudes, Partis, Forces, Groupes et Élections / The tools of social change: A critique of techno-centric development and activism”, International Political Science Abstracts, vol. 65, N° 3, pp. 354-382.

SODHI I.S. (Ed.) (2015), Emerging Issues and Prospects in African E-Government, Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global, 331 p. ISBN: 978-1-4666-6296-4

Innovations technologiques - Technological innovations

LI X. (2015), “Specialization, institutions and innovation within China’s regional innovation systems”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, In Press, Corrected Proof.

LI X. (2015), Information Technology and Applications: Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Information technology and Applications (ITA 2014), Xian, China, 8-9 August 2014, CRC Press. ISBN: 9781315687216

MANISH W., ALAN H. (Eds.) (2015), Technology, Innovation, and Enterprise Transformation, Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global, 378 p. ISBN: 978-1-4666-6473-9

NIINIKOSKI M-L., KUHLMANN S. (2015), “In discursive negotiation: Knowledge and the formation of Finnish innovation policy”, Science and Public Policy, vol. 42, N° 1, pp. 86-106.

PAPAGIANNIDIS S., GEBKA B., GERTNER D., STAHL F. (2015), “Diffusion of web technologies and practices: A longitudinal study”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, vol. 96, pp. 308-321.

ZHAO J., ORDÓÑEZ DE PABLOS P., TENNYSON R. D. (Eds.) (2015), Organizational Innovation and IT Governance in Emerging Economies, Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global, 304 p. ISBN: 978-1-4666-7332-8

Réseaux sociaux – Social networks

HAN S., MIN J., LEE H. (2015), “Antecedents of social presence and gratification of social connection needs in SNS: A study of Twitter users and their mobile and non-mobile usage”, International Journal of Information Management, vol. 35, N° 4, pp. 459-471.

HASAN S., UKKUSURI S.V. (2015), “Location Contexts of User Check-Ins to Model Urban Geo Life-Style Patterns”, PLoS ONE, vol. 10, N° 5, pp. 1-19.

KOUNADI O., LAMPOLTSHAMMER T.J., GROFF E., SITKO I., LEITNER M. (2015), “Exploring Twitter to Analyze the Public’s Reaction Patterns to Recently Reported Homicides in London”, PLoS ONE, vol. 10, N° 3, pp. 1-17.

ONG C-S., LIN M. Y-C. (2015), “Is being satisfied enough? Well-being and IT post-adoption behavior: An empirical study of Facebook”, Information Development.

PRUTHI P., YADAV A., ABBASI F., TOSHNIWAL D. (2015), “How Has Twitter Changed the Event Discussion Scenario? A Spatio-temporal Diffusion Analysis”, IEEE International Congress on Big Data (BigData Congress), Los Alamitos, CA, USA; New York, NY, USA: IEEE Computer Society.
ISBN: 9781467372787

SAHLIN P. J. (Ed.) (2015), Social Media and the Transformation of Interaction in Society, Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global. 301 p. ISBN: 978-1-4666-8556-7

STEPHENS M., POORTHUIS A. (2015), “Follow thy neighbor: Connecting the social and the spatial networks on Twitter”, Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, vol. 53, pp. 87-95.

Société de l’information – Information society

MESCH G. S. (2015), “Community and Media”, In: WRIGHT J.D. (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 332-336. ISBN : 978-0-08-097087-5

MIEGE B. (2015), Contribution aux avancées de la connaissance en information-communication, Bry-sur-Marne (Val-de-Marne) : INA, 239 p. ISBN : 978-2-86938-228-2

MITOMO H., BOHLIN E., FUKE H. (Eds.) (2015), The smart revolution towards the sustainable digital society: beyond the era of convergence, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 416 p. ISBN: 9781784710033 (hbk.)

MORRISON R. (2015), “Silver Surfers Search for Gold: a Study into the Online Information-Seeking Skills of Those Over Fifty”, Ageing International, vol. 40, N° 3, pp. 300-310.

NEDELCU M., WYSS M. (2015), “Liens transnationaux et régimes de coprésence à l’ère du numérique. Le cas des migrants roumains en Suisse”, Société Suisse de Sociologie, vol. 41, N° 1, pp. 59-78.

NOVO VÁZQUEZ A., VICENTE CUERVO M.R. (2015), “Participo (online), luego existo. Un análisis de la participación social y política a través de Internet en España / I participate (online), therefore I am. An analysis of the social and political participation through the Internet in Spain”, EMPIRIA: Revista de Metodología de Ciencias Sociales, pp. 13-33.

OYEDEMI T. (2015), “Participation, citizenship and internet use among South African youth”, Telematics and Informatics, vol. 32, N° 1, pp. 11-22.

REYES GARCÍA P. (2015), Internet social en Chile : una etnografía de la apropiación de TIC, Santiago de Chile : RIL Editores, 220 p. ISBN : 9789560101693

ROGOBETE S.E. (2015), “The Self, Technology and the Order of Things: In Dialogue with Heidegger, Ellul, Foucault and Taylor”, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, vol. 183, pp. 122-128.

ROHLINGER D. A., BUNNAGE L. A. (2015), “Connecting people to politics over time? Internet communication technology and retention in MoveOn.org and the Florida Tea Party Movement”, Information, Communication & Society, vol. 18, N° 5, pp. 539-552.

RYAN L., KLEKOWSKI VON KOPPENFELS A., MULHOLLAND J.O.N. (2015), “’The distance between us’: a comparative examination of the technical, spatial and temporal dimensions of the transnational social relationships of highly skilled migrants”, Global Networks, vol. 15, N° 2, pp. 198-216.

SADIN É. (2015), La vie algorithmique critique de la raison numérique, Paris : Éditions l’Échappée, 278 p. ISBN : 978-2-9158309-4-1

SCHUMANN S. (2015), How the internet shapes collective actions, Basingstoke, Hampshire New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, VIII-74 p. ISBN: 978-1-13-743999-4

SHELTON T., ZOOK M. (2015), “Geography of Information Society”, In: WRIGHT J.D. (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 90-94. ISBN: 978-0-08-097087-5

THOMAS P.E., SRIHARI M., KAUR S. (Eds.) (2015), Handbook of Research on Cultural and Economic Impacts of the Information Society, Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global, 619 p. ISBN: 978-1-4666-8598-7

TURKLE S., RICHARD C. (Trad.) (2015), Seuls ensemble de plus en plus de technologies, de moins en moins de relations humaines, Paris : l’Échappée, 523 p. ISBN : 978-2-915830-91-0

VANCEA M., BOSO Á. (2015), “Migrant Women and Labour Integration in Catalonia : The Impact of New Information and Communication Technologies / Mujeres inmigrantes e integración laboral en Cataluña : el impacto de las nuevas tecnologías de la información y la comunicación”, Revista de Estudios Sociales, N° 53, pp. 138-149.

VENIN T. (2015), Un monde meilleur ? Survivre dans la société numérique, Paris : Éd. Desclée de Brouwer, 352 p. ISBN: 978-2-22007-583-9

WAJCMAN J. (2015), Pressed for time: the acceleration of life in digital capitalism, Chicago: The University of Chicago press, X-215 p. ISBN: 9780226196473

WARF B. (2015), “The Hermit Kingdom in cyberspace: unveiling the North Korean internet”, Information, Communication & Society, vol. 18, N° 1, pp. 109-120.

WEBER R.H. (2015), “The digital future – A challenge for privacy?”, Computer Law & Security Review, vol. 31, N° 2, pp. 234-242.

Telemedecine – E-health

ANDREASSEN H.K., KJEKSHUS L.E., TJORA A. (2015),“Survival of the project: A case study of ICT innovation in health care”, Social Science & Medicine, vol. 132, pp. 62-69.

BERANGER J. (2015), Les systèmes d’information en santé et l’éthique d’Hippocrate à e-ppocrate, Londres : ISTE éd., 417 p. ISBN : 978-1-78405-070-2

FERNANDEZ V., GILLE L., HOUY T., NAKHLA M. (Préfacier) (2015), Les technologies numériques de santé examen prospectif et critique, Paris : Presses des Mines, 111 p. ISBN : 978-2-35671-152-6

FORNAZIN M., JOIA L.A. (2015), ”Articulando perspectivas teóricas para analisar a informática em saúde no Brasil / Linking theoretical perspectives to analyze health informatics in Brazil, vol. 24, N° 1, Research-in-Progress, pp. 46-60.

GARDERE E., LE MOËNNE C., SOCIETE FRANÇAISE DES SCIENCES DE L’INFORMATION ET DE LA COMMUNICATION (2015), Organisations digitales individus, santé, déontologie en contexte numérique, Paris : l’Harmattan, 222 p. ISBN : 978-2-336-30737-4

KAUSHIK A., RAMAN A. (2015), “The new data-driven enterprise architecture for e-healthcare: Lessons from the Indian public sector”, Government Information Quarterly, vol. 32, pp. 63-74.

MAREK L., TUČEK P., PÁSZTO V. (2015), “Using geovisual analytics in Google Earth to understand disease distribution: a case study of campylobacteriosis in the Czech Republic (2008-2012)”, International Journal of Health Geographics, vol. 14, pp. 1-13.

Téléphonie mobile - Mobile phone

PORTER G. (2015), “Mobile Phones, Mobility Practices, and Transport Organization in Sub-Saharan Africa”, Mobility in History, vol. 6, N° 1, pp. 81-88.

SCHWANEN T. (2015), “Beyond instrument: smartphone app and sustainable mobility”, EJTIR, vol. 4, N° 15, pp. 675-690. Available at: http://www.tbm.tudelft.nl/​fileadmin/​Faculteit/​TBM/​Onderzoek/​EJTIR/​Back_issues/​15.4/​2015_04b_03.pdf (04/11/2015)

TOJIB D., TSARENKO Y., SEMBADA A.Y. (2015), “The facilitating role of smartphones in increasing use of value-added mobile services”, New Media & Society, vol. 17, N° 8, pp. 1220-1240.

TRANOS E., NIJKAMP P. (2015), “Mobile phone usage in complex urban systems: a space–time, aggregated human activity study”, Journal of Geographical Systems, vol. 17, N° 2, pp. 157-185.

WALL M., OTIS CAMPBELL M., JANBEK D. (2015), “Syrian refugees and information precarity”, New Media & Society, In Press, Corrected Proof.

YIN L., WANG Q., SHAW S-L., et al. (2015), “Re-Identification Risk versus Data Utility for Aggregated Mobility Research Using Mobile Phone Location Data”, PLoS ONE, vol. 10, N° 10, pp. 1-23.

YAN Z. (Ed.) (2015), Encyclopedia of Mobile Phone Behavior (3 Volumes), Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global, 1542 p. ISBN: 978-1-4666-8239-9

Transport / Mobilité – Transport / Mobility

LIN T., WANG D. (2015), “Tradeoffs between in- and out-of-residential neighborhood locations for discretionary activities and time use: do social contexts matter?” Journal of Transport Geography, vol. 47, pp. 119-127.

MANDAL R., AGARWAL N., NANDI S., et al. (2015), Stoppage pattern analysis of public bus GPS traces in developing regions, IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communication Workshops (PerCom Workshops), Piscataway, NJ, USA; St. Louis, MO: IEEE. ISBN: 9781479984251

MILLER H.J., SHAW S-L. (2015), “Geographic Information Systems for Transportation in the 21st Century”, Geography Compass, vol. 9, N° 4, pp. 180-189.

MORENO-IZQUIERDO L., RAMÓN-RODRÍGUEZ A., PERLES RIBES J. (2015), “The impact of the internet on the pricing strategies of the European low cost airlines”, European Journal of Operational Research, vol. 246, N° 2, pp. 651-660.

MULLEN C., MARSDEN G. (2015), “Transport, economic competitiveness and competition: A city perspective”, Journal of Transport Geography, vol. 49, pp. 1-8.

PAWLAK J., POLAK J.W., SIVAKUMAR A. (2015), “Towards a microeconomic framework for modelling the joint choice of activity–travel behaviour and ICT use”, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, vol. 76, pp. 92-112.

TENKANEN H., SALONEN M., LATTU M., TOIVONEN T. (2015), “Seasonal fluctuation of riverine navigation and accessibility in Western Amazonia: An analysis combining a cost-efficient GPS-based observation system and interviews”, Applied Geography, vol. 63, pp. 273-282.

THOMOPOULOS N., GIVONI M., RIETVELD P. (2015), ICT for Transport: Opportunities and Threats, Edward Elgar Publishing Incorporated, 336 p.
ISBN: 9781783471294

WEIJS-PERRÉE M., VAN DEN BERG P., ARENTZE T., KEMPERMAN A. (2015), “Factors influencing social satisfaction and loneliness: a path analysis”, Journal of Transport Geography, vol. 45, pp. 24-31.

XU Y., FENG D. (2015), “3G network mobile vehicle tracking and positioning systems research”, Applied Mechanics and Materials, N° 744-746, pp. 1967-1970.

Villes et TIC – ICT and cities

KAUKO T.J. (2015), “Territorial competition in the new economy. Different strategies in different urban settings”, Urbanism Architecture Constructions / Urbanism Arhitectura Constructii, vol. 6, N° 1, pp. 5-28.

KIRAN M. (2015), “Modelling Cities as a Collection of TeraSystems – Computational Challenges in Multi-Agent Approach”, Procedia Computer Science, vol. 52, pp. 974-979.

KOURTIT K., NIJKAMP P., STOUGH R.R. (2015), The Rise of the City: Spatial Dynamics in the Urban Century, Edward Elgar Publishing Incorporated, 392 p.
ISBN: 9781783475360

LUQUE-AYALA A., MARVIN S. (2015), “Developing a critical understanding of smart urbanism?” Urban Studies, vol. 52, N° 12, pp. 2105-2116.

MONFAREDZADEH T., KRUEGER R. (2015), “Investigating Social Factors of Sustainability in a Smart City”, Procedia Engineering, vol. 118, pp. 1112-1118.

NEPELSKI D., DE PRATO G. (2015), “Corporate control, location and complexity of ICT R&D: A network analysis at the city level”, Urban Studies, vol. 52, N° 4, pp. 721-737.

PARKER S. (2015), Urban theory and the urban experience: encountering the city, Abingdon, Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge, xxiv, 289 p. ISBN: 9780415520690

RODRÍGUEZ-BOLÍVAR M.P. (2015), Transforming City Governments for Successful Smart Cities, Springer International Publishing, XIII, 185 p.
ISBN: 978-3-319-03166-8

ROUGE L., *VIDAL P. (2015), « Les maires périurbains face à l’appétence numérique de leurs habitants », Revue Pouvoirs locaux – Les cahiers de la décentralisation, janvier, n° 103, pp.104-109.

SILVA C.N., (Ed.) (2015), Emerging Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities in Urban E-Planning, Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global, 380 p. ISBN: 978-1-4666-8150-7

STEENBRUGGEN J., TRANOS E., NIJKAMP P. (2015), “Data from mobile phone operators: A tool for smarter cities?” Telecommunications Policy, vol. 39, N° 3-4, pp. 335-346.

TANIGUCHI E., THOMPSON R.G. (2015), City logistics: mapping the future, Boca Raton: CRC Press, xiv, 217 p. ISBN: 9781482208894 (hardback)

TAYLOR BUCK N., WHILE A. (2015), “Competitive urbanism and the limits to smart city innovation: The UK Future Cities initiative”, Urban Studies, pp. 1-19.

VANOLO A. (2015), “The Fordist city and the creative city: Evolution and resilience in Turin, Italy”, City, Culture and Society, vol. 6, N° 3, pp. 69-74.

VESCO A., FERRERO F., (Eds) (2015), Handbook of Research on Social, Economic, and Environmental Sustainability in the Development of Smart Cities, Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global, 519 p. ISBN: 978-1-4666-8282-5

*VIDAL P. (2015), « Les élus de proximité à l’heure du numérique territorial : quelles marges de manœuvre ? », In « Ville intelligente », Revue Raisonnance – Cahier de réflexion des maires francophones, N°6, juillet 2015, pp. 16-17.

WANG L., SHEN J., CHUNG C.K.L. (2015), “City profile: Suzhou - a Chinese city under transformation”, Cities, vol. 44, pp. 60-72.

WATSON V. (2015), “The allure of ‘smart city’ rhetoric: India and Africa”, Dialogues in Human Geography, vol. 5, N° 1, pp. 36-39.

ZAMBONELLI F. (2015), “Engineering self-organizing urban superorganisms”, Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, vol. 41, pp. 325-332.

ZHEN F., WANG B., WEI Z. (2015), “The rise of the internet city in China: Production and consumption of internet information”, Urban Studies, vol. 52, N° 13, pp. 2313-2329.

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