Governing Smart Cities as Knowledge Commons
April 12, 2023
University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Please join Pitt Cyber, the School of Law, and the Center for Governance and Markets to celebrate the launch of Governing Smart Cities as Knowledge Commons.
The collection, edited by Brett M. Frischmann, Michael J. Madison, and Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo, features essays by Pitt’s Michael Madison and other thought leaders exploring the governance of smart cities, shaping our understanding of increasingly critical regulatory and policy issues through case studies and a knowledge commons framework. This is the fifth book in the Governing Knowledge Commons series.
The event will feature commentary from Michael Madison and Karen Lightman, Executive Director of Carnegie Mellon University’s Metro21: Smart Cities Institute.
Register here to attend in person and join us for lunch. Register here to attend by Zoom.