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Ziari K, Hataminejad H, Pourahmad A, Zanganehshahraki S, Hamghadam N. Presentation the model of smart city governance with a future study approach; Case study: Rasht City. Naqshejahan 2023; 12 (4) :22-50
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1- Professor of Department of Geography and Urban Planning, Faculty of Geography, University of Tehran, Iran , zayyari@ut.ac.ir
2- Associate Professor of Department of Geography and Urban Planning, Faculty of Geography, University of Tehran, Iran.
3- Professor of Department of Geography and Urban Planning, Faculty of Geography, University of Tehran, Iran.
4- . Associate Professor of Department of Geography and Urban Planning, Faculty of Geography, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
5- PhD Student of Geography and Urban Planning, Faculty of Geography, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
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Aims: Cities play a key role in promoting human values. Nowadays, population growth, widespread urbanization in developing countries, demographic change, environmental challenges, economic problems, urban transportation problems, advances in information and communication technology, and bureaucracy have necessitated the need for smart urban governance. Therefore, the main purpose of this study is to provide a model of smart urban governance with a future study approach.
Methods: The research method is descriptive-analytical and exploratory. The statistical community is experts in the field of research. The sample size was determined using Roscoe rules 45 people and the sampling method is snowball.
Findings:  the key drivers of smart city governance were extracted from Latin sources as well as the Delphi method, 9 key drivers for the future of smart city governance were considered. In the next step, scenarios were developed for each driver and strategies were considered for each desired scenario. Finally, the model of smart city governance in Rasht was presented.
Conclusion: direct citizenship education, design of public participation opportunities, formulation of local policies, integrated urban management, create a financial model to allocate appropriate budgets, development of data communication infrastructure and access network, encourage investors, develop The law as a means of attracting private sector investment in public infrastructure, Creating open data portals, enacting strong laws to protect the privacy, providing online services and eliminating bureaucracy and careful planning of smart government at the national level, the highest score in achieving They achieved the model of futuristic smart city governance.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Urban Design
Received: 2022/05/26 | Accepted: 2022/09/8 | Published: 2023/01/1

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