Subject: FW: After EGOS is before EGOS: 4 early, early birds ...

Dear all,

EGOS <> 2017 just finished, and we’re already
circulating the announcement for our stream at the next one, to be held in

Please distribute it as you see fit.

Thanks a lot and we look forward to seeing you there,

Karl-Heinz, Nils, Gianluca

Gianluca Miscione
​University College Dublin

From: Karl-Heinz Pogner []
Sent: Tuesday 11 July 2017 08:16

Cc: Nils Wåhlin < <> >; Gianluca
Miscione < <> >
Subject: After EGOS is before EGOS: 4 early, early birds ...

Smart and livable cities:

Organizing urban governance and leadership.

Our subtheme is aiming at investigating the interrelation of the expected and
the unexpected on the urban scale by looking at the sometimes surprising
outcomes of the interplays of change and stability, innovation and technology,
spaces and spacing, planning and creativity, organization and spontaneity. In
order to broaden the predominant technological perspective on smart cities we
invite theoretical as well as empirical papers investigating the role of all
types of stakeholders when it comes to developing and enacting smart and
livable cities. Papers may address, but are not limited to, research on the
following themes and topics:

* Discursive construction of “Smart Cities”, “Agile Cities“ and
“Livable Cities”
* Narrating and organizing the city in governance and organization
* Interplay between urban architecture, planning and organizing
* Interplay between urban governance, leadership and organizing
* Interplay between technology, communication and organizing
* The co-creative practices of new public governance
* The potential of creative, cultural and artistic interventions
* The (forgotten?) civil society and the (lost?) citizen.

The official description of the subtheme will be published later on the EGOS
website, but U can already have a first glance in the attached description.

We R looking forward to your contributions.

Have a nice summer (for those in the Northern hemisphere) / winter (the others
in the Southern hemisphere) … and we would be honored 2 CU in Tallinn.

Karl-Heinz Pogner, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark <> (corresponding convener)

Gianluca Miscione, UCD School of Business, Ireland <>

Nils Wåhlin, Umeå School of Business and Economics, Sweden <>

All the best wishes from CPH


Associate Professor

Karl-Heinz Pogner Ph.d.

Copenhagen Business School

Dpt. of Intercultural Communication and Management

Porcelaenshaven 18 A

DK-2000 Frederiksberg

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