Foresight: Volume 11 Issue 4

Strapline:

The journal of future studies, strategic thinking and policy
Subject:

Table of contents - Special Issue: Foresight for smart globalization: accelerating and enhancing pro‐poor development opportunities

Guest Editors: Clement Bezold, Claudia Juech, Evan Michelson

Foresight for smart globalization

David Jhirad, Claudia Juech, Evan S. Michelson

The purpose of this paper is to present the concept of smart globalization and identify links with the Rockefeller Foundation's philanthropic activities in a number of areas

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Foresight and anticipatory governance

Leon S. Fuerth

The purpose of this paper is to lay a theoretical basis for discussion of the ways by which organized foresight can be employed in the service of pro‐poor objectives. This is in

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Looking ahead: energy, climate change and pro‐poor responses

Teresa Malyshev

In the absence of new policies, global trends in energy supply and consumption are unsustainable all around. Today, roughly 2.6 billion people use fuelwood, charcoal, agricultural

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The future of science and technology and pro‐poor applications

Nares Damrongchai, Evan S. Michelson

The purpose of this paper is to highlight the overall lack of focus of existing foresight analysis concerning the future of science and technology on the issue of poverty. The

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Prospects for economic governance: resilient pro‐poor growth

William Lyakurwa

The purpose of this paper is to discuss the potential of the present drivers of economic governance, trade and investment, and also to envision their intersections and

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Conclusion: “Foresight for smart globalization” synthesis statement and recommendations

Clement Bezold, Claudia Juech, Evan S. Michelson

The purpose of this paper is to conclude the special issue on the topic of pro‐poor foresight.

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ISSN:

1463-6689

Online date, start – end:

1999

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof Ozcan Saritas