Bias in Urban Research

I contributed a chapter titled Bias in Urban Research: from tools to environments to the Routledge Companion to Smart Cities, edited by Katharine Willis and Alessandro Aurigi. This edited volume of essays explores the question of what it means for a city to be ‘smart’, raises some of the tensions emerging in smart city developments and considers the implications for future ways of inhabiting and understanding the urban condition. The volume draws together a critical and cross-disciplinary overview of the emerging topic of smart cities and explores it from a range of theoretical and empirical viewpoints.