September 7, 2016Doug Hadden
There’s much hype about smart cities. And, it’s growing. The smart city as innovator, inclusive with zero-resource footprint, and smooth transportation.
There appears to have been a hype shift from “government performance” to smart cities.
Public Financial Management (PFM) appears to be relatively under-hyped.
It might be time to curb our smart cities enthusiasm – there’s a lot more talk about corruption.
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