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open-access-imgOpen AccessStrategies for the Development of Smart Cities: The Case of Kalampaka-Greece
C. D. Stamopoulos,
Eleni Theodoropoulou
Publication year2018
Publication title
international journal of regional development
Resource typeJournals
PublisherMacrothink Institute
The present paper investigates the characteristics and best construction strategies of smart cities around the world, as well as the determining factors of the satisfaction of the quality of life and the importance of the value of environmental sustainability. A case study of the city of Kalampaka and its residents was examined. The survey was conducted between July 2016 and August 2016. The selection of the sample was done by using the method of simple selection and includes a random sample of N=150 individuals. Statistical analysis showed that resident’s knowledge about smart cities was fairly good (48% of sample knew the phrase “smart cities”). Furthermore, they believe that the appearance of the city of Kalampaka needs improvement (75% of sample is disappointed with the current appearance of the city). Regression analysis showed that the value of environmental sustainability is greatly influenced by the energy saving, as well as, innovation has an impact on the level of quality of life. Older people seem to be satisfied with administration’s efforts.
Subject(s)biology , business , chemistry , chromatography , computer science , computer security , ecology , economics , environmental economics , geography , internet of things , marketing , mathematics , psychology , psychotherapist , quality of life (healthcare) , sample (material) , smart city , socioeconomics , sociology , statistics , sustainability , value (mathematics)

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