Foresight: Volume 11 Issue 6


The journal of future studies, strategic thinking and policy

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Morphological prospection: profiling the shapes of things to come

Joseph Voros

The purpose of this paper is two‐fold. First, to describe in detail a particular sub‐class of powerful prospective methods based on the method of “morphological analysis”


Incorporating network perspectives in foresight: a methodological proposal

Yanuar Nugroho, Ozcan Saritas

A particular feature that makes foresight powerful is its capability to learn from past trends to help guide decision‐making for future policy. However, in studying both


Uncertainty, the critical basis of risk management

Jacques G. Richardson

The objective of this paper is to scan the extent of uncertainty and hesitation in the development of plans and strategy.


Forecasting long‐term paper demand in emerging markets

Maija Hujala, Olli‐Pekka Hilmola

Typically, the graphic paper demand is being forecasted with the development of GDP, population and the price of paper. Recently, diffusion of information and


Forecasting energy storage technologies

Georgina Harell, Tugrul U. Daim

In order to compliment the growing use of renewable energies in the US, additional technologies must be employed on the bulk power system. This paper aims to forecast the


Forecasting effectiveness of policy implementation strategies: working with semi‐experts

Nicolas D. Savio, Konstantinos Nikolopoulos

Policy implementation strategies (PIS) are schemes designed by a government with an aim of hitting targets or attaining objectives set out by a policy. Forecasting by

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