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Digital Subscriptions > Cities Today > October 2019 > Start-up helps cities to measure the impact of innovation

Start-up helps cities to measure the impact of innovation

Cities today are more important than ever before. On the one hand, they are the economic and political engines we need to take on the world’s biggest problems, such as climate change and social inequality. On the other hand, urban development that lacks bold vision and coordination could create problems that endure for generations to come.

How can city planners and political leaders avoid the pitfalls of bad urban design while harnessing the creativity and productivity of cities for good? The problem with today’s approaches to urban design is that they are based on an inexact understanding of how cities function. This has to change.

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