ICT for Urban Governance
Naresh Narasimhan recently spoke at the Sixth Annual Conference of the Centre for Public Policy at the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore. He was invited to part of a panel discussion on ‘ICT for Urban Governance’.
The theme sits well into MOD’s research area on ‘data city’. Naresh identified Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and ICT-enabled urban infrastructure at the core of the contemporary urban form. Then he went on to suvey a range of upcoming approaches using ICT for bettering urban governance as well as participatory citizenship.
Below is a copy of the presentation on ‘ICT for Urban Governance.’ The presentation can also be accessed on Sildeshare.
For further information, including downloadable version of the document, please contact us at mail[at]mod[dot]org[dot]in.
Naresh Narasimhan is Co-Founder of MOD. Find more about him in the MOD team page.
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