Public-private partnership in the context of smart cities: review of contemporary literature

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Nguyen, Tuan Son
Liu, Tingting
Mohamed, Sherif
Mostafa, Sherif
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2019
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Previous studies have made critical contributions to the theory and practice of Public-Private Partnership (PPPs) in the context of smart cities. A literature review plays an essential role in supporting scholars to better understand the topic, helping researchers identify the boundaries of the current body of knowledge and research trends, and shaping future research. Therefore, this paper analyses the latest research developments in PPPs within the context of smart cities. It examines papers published between 2001 and 2019 and discusses the relevant trends regarding PPPs and industrial sectors in the context of smart cities. The paper reveals that innovation and co-research in PPP projects are the main trends recently.

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Proceedings of the 43rd Australiasian Universities Building Educators Association Conference. Built to Thrive: Creating Buildings and Cities that Support Individual Well-Being and Community Prosperity

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© 2019 Australasian Universities Building Education Association. The attached file is reproduced here in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher. Please refer to the conference's website for access to the definitive, published version.

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Building construction management and project planning

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Ngyun, T; Liu, T; Mohamed, S; Mostafa, S, Public-private partnership in the context of smart cities: review of contemporary literature, 2019