Big data is definitely here to stay. This paper raises certain concerns regarding from nature and production of big data to corporatization of governance.
Which are the key pillars in which the transition towards a smart city is based on? A brief and basic insight into which directions cities should navigate to.
Open Government Data (OGD) has the great potential to make life easier and targets more accurate, nevertheless, which is the price governments are willing to pay?
The research provides an empirical example of how blockchain tech can be used by multi-sided platforms, and reveals that multi-sided platforms can use blockchain technology as a driver for business model innovation.
This paper published by the London School of Economics explores the connection between collaborative consumption and technology.
Using data supplied by Uber, Cohen et al. estimate that the consumer surplus generated by UberX in the United States in 2015 was $6.8 billion.
This study discusses how blockchain-based sharing services can contribute to smart cities based on a conceptual framework.