Value Creation through Urban Data Platforms: A Conceptual Framework

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2021-01-05
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Bagheri, Samaneh
Brandt, Tobias
Sheombar, Haydee
Van Oosterhout, Marcel
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In the context of smart cities, data-driven innovation and digital transformation have received increasing attention from practitioners and academics. The data-centric nature of smart city transformations highlights the essential role of urban data platform (UDP) to manage large and heterogeneous urban data sets and to facilitate interaction among data providers and users in a city ecosystem. To realize value creation through UDP, a comprehensive understanding of the key UDP dimensions and how they influence UDP adoption, use, and value creation are required. For this purpose, we first identify key UDP dimensions through a literature review. Second, by exploring and discussing their relationships with an expert panel, we develop a framework for understanding value creation through UDPs. By identifying key dimensions of UDP and their effects on value creation through UDP, the proposed framework provides a systematic and comprehensive approach for understanding UDP adoption, use, and value creation. Thereby, this study helps city policymakers and business developers in realizing value from UDPs in city ecosystems
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Smart and Connected Cities and Communities, smart city, trust, urban data platform adoption, urban data platforms, value creation
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Proceedings of the 54th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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