Planning Review: Volume 4 Issue 6


Table of contents

The Cornucopia myth and other Canadian problems

John J. Shepherd

Although profound differences of opinion occur in our society, one of the things that all Canadians do enjoy is the adherence to a popular mythology which embraces the…

Planning for electricity to avoid a shock

Dwight H. Swanson

Two findings of a recent study help clarify the challenge the electric industry is facing. First, our economic growth over the next twenty‐five years is likely to be…

The paradoxical results of corporate conflict

H.J. Shapiro

The prevailing view of modern theorists is that conflict is increasingly perceived as legitimate, inevitable, and even desirable under certain organizational and…

Beachcombing for a definition of affluence at the Ebb Tide of expectation

Milton Leontiades

During the 1960s the phrase “affluent society” seemed an appropriate sobriquet to describe the national mood. It reflected expectations of crossing the threshold into a…

Will flirting with no‐growth lead to breach of promises?

Jib Fowles

“A mad hatter's tea party” is the way one reporter describe the October 1975 Limits to Growth Conference. In his view something thoroughly silly was going on at that…

The state of the art of planning models

Thomas H. Naylor

On October 9–10, 1975, representatives from approximately 75 companies in the United States, Canada, and Mexico attended a symposium in New Orleans entitled “The Future of…



Renamed to:

Strategy & Leadership

Online date, start – end:

1975 – 1996

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Emerald Publishing Limited