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UNPAN: Global Smart Cities

Author: Smart City Research Group of Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences in cooperation with the Smart City Research Center of Fudan University's School of Management, with continuous support from the UN Public Administration Network (UNPAN)
Country: China
Frequency: annual
City selection principle: 20 world's major cities
Type of data: statistics, other rankings

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General: Based on the "5+1" assessment model of smart cities, this report compares the five quantitative indicators of the 20 "smart cities" in the world: smart infrastructure, smart economy, smart services, smart governance, and smart innovation; and with a qualitative indicator which is "smart reputation"
Transparency of methodology: yes
Sources: International Telecommunication Union, World Bank, IBM, PWC, 2thinknow, QS rankings, EIU Safe Cities Index, Arcadis Sustainable Cities Index, etc.
Groups of indicators: Smart infrastructure (4 indicators), Smart economy (4 indicators), Smart governance (5 indicators), Smart service (4 indicators), Smart innovation (4 indicators), Smart reputation

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Top 10
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