Foresight: Volume 12 Issue 1


The journal of future studies, strategic thinking and policy

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Futures 2.0: rethinking the discipline

Alex Soojung‐Kim Pang

This paper seeks to be a thought experiment. If the field of futures were invented today, it asks, what would it look like? What would be its intellectual foundations? Who would


Re‐thinking the penetration of capitalism in the Commonwealth of Independent States

Colin C. Williams

A persistent and recurring narrative is that capitalism has penetrated ever wider and deeper into all aspects of daily life across the globe. Recently, however, this has started


Ecoliteracy and Dewey's educational philosophy: implications for future leaders

Inna Semetsky

This conceptual paper aims to explore ecoliteracy in education as originated in Fritjof Capra's ongoing efforts to foster ecological awareness through schools. Future leaders as


Grade inflation in the college classroom

Jan Tucker, Bari Courts

The purpose of this article is to assess the concept of grade inflation in higher education institutions in an effort to determine its prevalence, causes, and strategies that can


Five promising methods for health foresight

Hassan Masum, Jody Ranck, Peter A. Singer

This paper aims to show through empirical examples how five foresight methods have provided value in medicine and global health, and to argue for greater use of health foresight.


Failure of foresight: had the Cold War more than one origin?

Jacques Richardson

This paper aims to recall, with specific developments in international relations, how the major powers failed to avoid prolonged political conflict that teetered for a

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