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Author Singh, Binti, author

Title Smart city in India : urban laboratory, paradigm or trajectory? / Binti Singh and Manoj Parmar
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2020
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Description 1 online resource (xxii, 103 pages)
Summary "This book is a critical reflection on the Smart City Mission in India. Drawing on ethnographic data from across Indian cities, this volume assesses the transformative possibilities and limitations of the programme. It examines the ten core infrastructural elements that make up a city, including water, electricity, waste, mobility, housing, environment, health and education, and lays down the basic tenets of urban policy in India. The volume underlines the need to recognize liminal spaces and the plans to make the 'smart city' an inclusive one. The authors also look at maintaining a link between the older heritage of a city and the emerging urban space. This volume will be of great interest to planners, urbanists, policymakers, as well as scholars and researchers of urban studies and planning, architecture, and sociology and social anthropology"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Binti Singh, Associate Editor, Oxford Urbanists andFaculty, Master's Program in Urban Design and Conservation, KRVIA, Mumbai, India. Manoj Parmar, Practicing Architect and Dean, Master's Program in Urban Design and Conservation, KRVIA, Mumbai, India
Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on January 13, 2020)
Subject Smart cities -- India
Urban policy -- India
ARCHITECTURE / Urban & Land Use Planning
SOCIAL SCIENCE / General
Smart cities.
Urban policy.
India.
Form Electronic book
Author Parmar, Manoj, author
LC no. 2019030517
ISBN 042935360X
1000710203
1000710599
100071098X
9780429353604
9781000710205
9781000710595
9781000710984