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Human Geography

Nicklas Guldåker

Senior Lecturer, Deputy Head of Department

Human Geography

Stakeholders, Roles, Workflows and Requirements

Author

  • Markus Rasmusson
  • Nicklas Guldåker
  • Per Olof Hallin
  • Joshua Ddamba
  • Yvonne Dittrich
  • Julia Neuschmid

Summary, in English

Decisions makers in cities and urban areas continuously have to make important decisions to react or proactively identify new challenges, problems and conflicts. But as cities and urban areas have become more complex, well‐founded decisions have also become more difficult to make. Decisions cannot be purely based on intuitions but require a basis for assessments, which put great constraints on decision makers and decision making procedures in terms of expertise and knowledge. New technology and sources of information can, however, support decision makers and facilitate the decision making procedures, but at the moment these possibilities are not being leveraged to a greater extent in urban governance.

Department/s

  • Department of Human Geography

Publishing year

2015

Language

English

Volume

Deliverable 2.3

Document type

Report

Publisher

UrbanData2Decide

Topic

  • Human Geography

Keywords

  • Stakeholder
  • decision making
  • urban governance
  • data

Status

Published

Report number

Deliverable 2.3