People’s strategies for perceived surveillance in Amsterdam Smart CityJameson, S., Richter, C. & Taylor, L., 2019, In : Urban Geography. p. 1-19 19 p.
Who are the end-user(s) of smart cities? A synthesis of conversations in AmsterdamRichter, C., Taylor, L., Jameson, S. & Perez del Pulgar, C., 2019, Creating smart cities. Coletta, C., Evans, L., Heaphy, L. & Kitchin, R. (eds.). 1 ed. Abingdon: Routledge, p. 212-231 20 p.
Jameson, S., Lammerhirt, D., and Prasetyo, E. (2017) Acting Locally, Monitoring Globally: How to link citizen-generated data to SDG Monitoring. Open Knowledge International and Datashift.
Lammerhirt, D., Jameson, S., and Prasetyo, E. (2017) From Evidence to Action: Turning Citizen-Generated Data into Actionable Information to Improve Decision making. Open Knowledge International and Datashift.
Lammerhirt, D., Jameson, S. and Prasetyo, E. (2016) Making Citizen-Generated Data Work: Towards a framework strengthening collaborations between citizens, civil society organisations, and others. Open Knowledge International and Datashift.
Taylor, L., Richter, C., Jameson, S., and Perez del Pulgar, C. (2016) ‘Customers, users or citizens? Inclusion, spatial data and governance in the smart city.’ KIP Maps4Society Final Project Report.
Gladek, et al. 2016. ‘The Global Food System: An Analysis’. Report for WWF Project, contributing researcher.
Jameson, S. and Baud, I.S.A. (2016) “Varieties of knowledge for assembling an urban flood management governance configuration in Chennai, India.” Habitat International.
Miranda, L., Jameson, S., Baud, I.S.A., and Pfeffer, K. (2016) “Risk perception: the social construction of spatial knowledge around climate change related scenarios in Lima, Peru.” Habitat International.
Roumeau, S., Seifelislam, A., Jameson, S., and Kennedy, L. (2015). Water Governance and Climate change Issues in Chennai. USR 3330. Savoirs et Mondes Indiens. Working Papers Series no. 8.
Peyroux, E., Scott, D., Baud, I.S.A. & Jameson, S. (2014) ‘Spatial Knowledge Management and Participatory Governance: Rethinking the Trajectories of Urban, Socio-economic and Environmental Change and the Politics of ‘Sustainability’ in Southern Cities’. Final Analytical Framework, Chance2Sustain, EADI.
Shaz Jameson: My interdisciplinary research has focused on how data becomes knowledge, and the implications for privacy and [urban] governance worldwide. My focus is on how to incorporate different disciplines and ways of working for effectiveness, efficiency and ethics. My background is in global development, integrated sustainability, and psychology. I’m curious about how regulation drives incentives for ethical development and the balance between flexibility and structure in systemic change.
I am currently a doctoral researcher at the Tilburg Institute of Law and Technology, working on data justice with Dr. Taylor. Previously I have worked as a consulting researcher for civil society organisations, including the Digital Enlightenment Forum. I hold an MSc. in International Development Studies from the University of Amsterdam, NL, and a BSc. in Psychology from the University of Sussex, UK.