The concepts that are presented in this publication were discussed with various colleagues who are engaged in the City Science Initiative coming from different cities, universities, European networks and from the European Commission (The Joint Research Centre (JRC), Directorate-General Research and Innovation (DG RTD), Directorate-General Regional and Urban policy (DG REGIO), Directorate-General Communications Networks, Content and Technology (DG CONNECT)). The concepts that are presented in this publication, have been discussed in depth with different stakeholders in the city and region of Amsterdam.
On the yellow pages of the English version of this publication, different cities describe their city science developments. Authors from the cities are mentioned on those pages.
On the yellow pages of the Dutch version of this publication, the Amsterdam City Science landscape is described in detail.
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Amsterdam, May 2022
Editing & Translation: Paul Evans
Editorial: Ida de Freitas, Thijs van Schijndel, Zahraa Attar, Eva Baaren
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Citation: Nevejan C., Iaione C.F., Bamidis P., Jacob T., Hollstein A., Lardic J., 2022.
Urban Regional Research Ecology: on the local interaction between science and government, research and execution, theory and practice in times of accelerating and accumulating global crises. Report by the City Science Initiative, City of Amsterdam
Prof. dr. Caroline Nevejan
City & University of Amsterdam
Prof. dr. Christian Fernando Iaione
Reggio Emilia & Luiss University
Prof. dr. Panagiotis Bamidis
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
International Office Hamburg
Economic Affairs Paris
Director of Foresight, Marseille