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In Search of Foresight Methodologies: Riddle or Necessity

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Part of the Complex Networks and Dynamic Systems book series (CNDS, volume 1)

Abstract

To study the future is to study potential change – unveiling what is likely to make a systemic or fundamental difference over the next 10–25 years or more. Studying the future is not simply economic projection or sociological analysis or technological forecasting, but a multidisciplinary examination of change in all major areas of life in order to find the interacting dynamics that are creating the next age.

Keywords

Scenario Planning Wild Card Foresight Activity Sepia Project Foresight Project 
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References

  1. Godet, M. (2012). To predict or to built the future? Reflections on the field and differences between foresight and ‘la prospective’. The Futurist, 46(3).Google Scholar
  2. Kreibich, R. (2006). Future issues and future science. Research report No26 Berlin: IZT- Institute for future studies and technology assessment.Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 2013

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Geography and Regional PlanningNational Technical University of Athens (NTUA)AthensGreece
  2. 2.Fondazione Ugo BordoniRomaItaly

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