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Smart Cities: Development and Governance Frameworks Zaigham Mahmood, ed., Cham: Springer International Publishing AG, 2018, pp. 323
Croatian Economic Survey
Cities have been identified as carriers of development activities worldwide. Unfortunately, they are faced with a series of constraints. One among them is high population density in cities. In the next several years, 58.2 percent of the world and 75.8 percent of the European population will live in urban areas. According to current projections, by 2050 two-thirds of the world population will live in cities. Cities are confronted with constant need to increase energy consumption, transportation,doi:10.15179/ces.20.1.3 fatcat:pa7jkinjwjgihmzjryr5laqnfy