Smart cities are more likely to be defined by quieter upgrades to existing infrastructure and new partnerships that better represent residents. Article for The Conversation.
This report, commissioned by the British Council, is about how universities can help solve the challenges faced by cities and towns. It is written for university leaders, city leaders and officials looking to form stronger partnerships with their universities. Examples are given of universities working with city hall in eight cities across Europe: Bucharest (Romania), Darmstadt (Germany), Dublin (Ireland), Lille (France), Milan (Italy), Nottingham (UK), Warsaw (Poland) and Zaragoza (Spain).
Academic article in Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education Volume 48, Issue 4.
Cities and universities can overcome social divides and create better places, but only if they work together. Article for The Conversation.
A report commissioned by the British Council, exploring ways in which university and city leaders can plan international activity based on four case studies: Amsterdam, Dublin, Glasgow and Hannover.
Academic article published in the International History Review, examining the negotiations leading to the creation of the European Payments Union in 1950 as part of the Marshall Plan.