The resilient - smart city development: A literature review and novel frameworks exploration

Khatibi, Hamed and Wilkinson, Suzanne and Baghersad, Mostafa and Dianat, Heiman and Ramli, Hidayati and Suhatril, Meldi and Javanmardi, Ahad and Ghaedi, Khaled (2021) The resilient - smart city development: A literature review and novel frameworks exploration. Built Environment Project and Asset Management, 11 (4, SI). pp. 493-510. ISSN 2044-124X, DOI

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Purpose This paper aims to develop a framework that could establish and further the terminology of smart city/resilient city discourse in that resilience could support urban ``smartness'', a term that is widely argued being not easily measured nor quantifiably assessed. Design/methodology/approach The qualitative approach was employed, and based on selected keywords, a systematic literature review was carried out to understand the main themes within the smart city and resilient city concepts databases. Upon screening, 86 papers were used and synthesised through the meta-synthesis method using both synthesis approach, meta-aggregation and meta-ethnography that systematically identifies both properties and characteristics, to build an innovative framework as an indicator-based smart/resilience quantification model. Findings Two novel frameworks are proposed, smart resilient city (SRC) and resilient smart city (RSC), as guidelines regulatory that establish a city's smartness and resilience. Research limitations/implications The quantitative research phase is not provided as the framework builds on the exploratory approach in which the model is proposed through the postulation of data definitions. Practical implications Although the study's scope was limited to the city, proposed frameworks may be interpreted for other contexts that deal with the topic of resilience and smart. Originality/value The established framework proposal would encourage further exploration in context, serving as an inspiration for other scholars, decision-makers, as well as municipalities to keep strengthening smart city through resilience factors.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Smart city; Resilient city; Smart resilient city; Resilient smart city; Conceptual frameworks
Subjects: T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Engineering > Department of Civil Engineering
Depositing User: Ms Zaharah Ramly
Date Deposited: 06 Sep 2022 01:10
Last Modified: 06 Sep 2022 01:10

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