Foresight: Volume 10 Issue 3


The journal of future studies, strategic thinking and policy

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Is massive mobilization a viable government response to the future?

Tom P. Abeles

This article aims to review the response of the National Academies of Science, in the USA to the question posed by the US Congress as to how the USA can remain competitive in a


Costing the long‐term demand for water sector infrastructure

Adrian Cashman, Richard Ashley

The water sector is set to continue to face severe challenges in meeting the financial requirements for maintaining, extending and upgrading new and ageing water systems in the


The American invasion of Grenada: a note on false prophecy

Wendell Bell

The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the reasons, especially the assertions about the future, given by the US administration under President Reagan, to justify the decision to

A foresight based on scientific indicators:a framework drawn from the case of laptop battery alternatives

Tugrul Daim, Stephen Jordan

This paper aims to forecast technological change for laptop batteries. The most promising technology to replace laptop batteries emerging today is micro fuel cells.

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