Knowledge City Kriterien

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  1. A city that has instruments to make knowledge accessible to citizens.
  2. A network of public libraries that is compatible with the European standards.
  3. Access to the new communication technologies for all citizens.
  4. All cultural facilities and services with a central educational strategy.
  5. A city that has a newspaper- and book-reading level that is similar to the average European level.
  6. A city that has a network of schools connected with artistic instruction throughout its territory.
  7. A city that is respectful of the diversity of cultural practices of its citizens.
  8. A city that places the streets at the service of culture.
  9. A city that simplifies, through the provision of spaces and resources, the cultural activity of the community collectivities and associations.
  10. A city with civic centres that are open to diversity and that foster face-to-face relations.
  11. A city that makes available to citizens from other territories all the tools required for them to express themselves.

Entovation Knowledge City Principles

  1. Knowledge Purpose: The purpose of the knowledge game is the optimization of human capital, intellectual capital including intellectual property, social capital, relationship capital, and intangible values.
  2. Knowledge Symmetry: The principles of knowledge development apply to all knowledge network formations be they in the form of an individual (synaptic network), a firm, a group of cooperating enterprises, a knowledge cluster, a knowledge island, a knowledge city or a knowledge nation.
  3. Knowledge Commerce: If it takes a village to make a mall, and community precedes commerce, so too is the Knowledge City an antecedent to more robust and expanded Knowledge-Based Commerce & Exchange.
  4. New Growth Medium: Knowledge-Based Urban development is the perfect new medium in which to grow more livable, stimulating, cleaner, intelligent, enlightened, tolerant and meaningful communities world-wide.
  5. Abundant Economy: The Knowledge City is the first new urban formation tailored for the needs of a new economy predicated on an abundance economic model as opposed to a scarcity model. In a knowledge economy ideas rule and there are infinite recipes for innovation and new wealth creation.
  6. Knowledge-to-Democracy: Not since the historical Greek Polis, has a new urban formation been so prospective for Democracy, as is the emerging Knowledge City If the means of production now truly reside in the minds of the producers then there will spread more equality of opportunity, since anyone can have a great idea.
  7. Knowledge Fusion: The Knowledge City is the culmination and synthesis and reintegration of the “creative city” and the “science city” where arts and sciences become unified in a uniquely human twenty-first century urban ecology. To focus on one without the other would not be smart.
  8. Boundary-less Intellectual Capital: The Knowledge City though it may be grounded in space and time, is ultimately unbounded by space and time, and this gives it greater potential global richness and reach.
  9. Knowledge Governance: In an era where there is growing unease, dissatisfaction and distrust in current governance regimes, the Knowledge City can facilitate new forms of Citizenship in which openness, transparency, accountability, and recall, replace fear, cynicism, fraud, and the knowledge gap expressed so often in “Who Knew”?
  10. Knowledge Enabling Grid: Knowledge grids will emerge as the perfect technology matrix to complement the Knowledge City and will enable the networking of human intellect on a peer to peer basis.

Steve Searle, Neuseeland

  1. Universität
  2. Internationaler Flughafen


  1. Significant growth in leading-edge service and novel ground-breaking economic sectors.
  2. Strong dynamics of innovation accross all sectors of economic activity and within all institutions.
  3. Culture of knowledge (knowledge is disseminated and valued) accross all sectors.
  4. "Flow" of Information (open circuits, accessible information).
  5. Pronounced acknowledgement of and support for creative activities.
  6. Strong link between arts/culture and scientific/technological knowledge and innovation.
  7. Significant proportion of the labour force working in creative positions.
  8. Citizen actively involved in the development of their city, its identity and its unique character.
  9. Abundance of places and events valued by knowledge workers (e.g. open-air activities, cultural events, vibrant neighbourhoods).