Evelien de Hoop, Adrian Smith, Wouter Boon, Rachel Macrorie, Simon Marvin and Rob Raven (2018). Smart urbanism in Barcelona: A Knowledge Politics Perspective. In: Jensen, J.S., Cashmore, M., and Späth, P. (eds) The Politics of Urban Sustainability Transitions: Knowledge, Power, and Governance. London: Routledge, 33-52.

Moss, T. (2017): Smart, Sustainable, Socialist. Integrating Infrastructures around Urban Paradigms. In: A. Besecke, J. Meier, R. Pätzold, S. Thomaier (Hg.): Stadtökonomie – Blickwinkel und Perspektiven. Ein Gemischtwarenladen. Sonderpublikation des Instituts für Stadt- und Regionalplanung der Technischen Universität Berlin. Universitätsverlag der TU Berlin, Berlin, pp.200-203.

Macrorie, R. and Marvin, S. (2019). Bifurcated Urban Integration: the selective dis- and re-assembly of infrastructures. Special issue article in Interfacing infrastructure in Cities: Politics and spatialities of the urban nexus, eds. Monstadt, J. and Coutard, O. Urban Studies.

Working papers (small selection)

Timothy Moss, Friederike Voigt, Sören Becker: Smart urban nature: digital publics re-coding ecology in Berlin

Evelien de Hoop: Preparing for disaster? The knowledge politics of experimenting with measuring and mapping gamma radiation

Simon Marvin, Rachel Macrorie, and co-authors from ORA Knowing project: Constructing a market for smart cities: Towards a universalising regime of computational governance

Fields, D. and Macrorie, R. Platform urbanism: Debating why digital platforms matter for urban studies.

Macrorie, R., Marvin, S. et al. Constructing a European market for smart cities: A “common” framework.

Non-academic publications

Smith, Adrian (18-04-2018). Smart cities need thick data, not big data.

Smith, Adrian (04-04-2015). Tooling-up: civic visions, fablabs and grassroots activism. The Guardian.