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recording best practices
Creates rooms for experimentation
Urban experimentalism entails a methodological approach for institutionally designed processes that enable scientific discoveries, urban social and economic innovations, new technologies testing, new solutions to fight against climate change and/or ecological resiliency/transition, as well as many other phenomena that can be understood and tested by using neighborhoods, and eventually scaling up to cities, as laboratories of experimentation.
- Poteete, Amy, Janssen, Marco and Ostrom, Elinor. 2010. Working Together: Collective Action, The Commons, And Multiple Methods in Practice. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
- Ranchordas, Sofia. 2015. “Innovation Experimentalism in The Age of The Sharing Economy” Lewin and Clark Law review, vol. 19:4.
- Raven, B. et al. 2017. “Urban experimentation and institutional arrangements”, European Planning Studies, 1-24.
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