Foresight: Volume 11 Issue 2


The journal of future studies, strategic thinking and policy

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Union for the Mediterranean: how realistic an exercise in foresight?

Jacques Richardson

The objective of this paper is to determine the feasibility of binding, politically, economically and culturally, the Mediterranean Sea's southern and northern coasts.


Forecasting the economic impact of new policies

Nicolas Savio, Konstantinos Nikolopoulos

Once a policy proposed by the European Commission is approved by European Parliament or Council, its implementation strategy is the responsibility of the member states. Often

Scenario planning: a collage construction approach

Stephen Graham Saunders

The purpose of this paper is to suggest and recommend an alternative visual technique to collect scenario planning information. This visual technique is known as collage or papier


Six shamanic concepts: charting the between in futures work

Marcus Bussey

This paper offers six shamanic futures concepts to augment Inayatullah's six pillars, questions and concepts of futures studies.

Developing an e‐learning strategy in higher education

Jan P. Tucker, Gary R. Gentry

This paper aims to clarify the challenges faced by higher education institutions such as budget cuts and the pressure to offer accessible, affordable anytime/anyplace learning and


Deciding on exit strategies: using foresight in problem resolution

Jacques Richardson

The purpose of this paper is to show, with concrete cases, how to forgo or substantially moderate strategy that is structured within action plans: moves to alleviate coping with

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