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201516SOF

 

2015-16 State of the Future

by Jerome C. Glenn, Elizabeth Florescu, and The Millennium Project Team

Executive Summary (pdf): Chinese, English, French, Korean, Romanian, Spanish

The Global Futures Intelligence System (GFIS) contains all the background research behind this print report plus The Millennium Project's 18 years of cumulative research and methods.

Pages: 289; includes some 40 graphs
ISBN: 978-0-9882639-2-5; Library of Congress Control Number: 98-646672

 

SIMAD

 

Lone Wolf Terrorism Prospects and Potential Strategies to Address the Threat
by Theodore J. Gordon, Yair Sharan, and Elizabeth Florescu

We believe that a new kind of arms race is developing. On one hand, is the possibility of increasingly destructive weapons falling into the wrong hands, and on the other, the development of new methods of surveillance and pinpointing individuals with malintent. Will the methods of detection be adequate and timely enough to avoid catastrophe? It is often said that one of the major purposes of futures research is to provide lead-time to decision makers and the decision process; we have lead-time. We hope it will be used to reduce the threat we see in front of us.

Lonewolfthreat.com

200 pages Price: $50
Electronic (downladable PDF) or Papareback print format
ISBN: 978-0-692-45554-8

 

Future of Work/Technology 2050 -- Results of the RTD now available

FUTURES - world foresight encyclopedic dictionary

Global Futures Intelligence System (GFIS)

Millennium Project updated brochure

Updating and Improving 15 Global Challenges

Egypt’s Integrated Synergetic Intelligence System (E-ISIS)

Mini-Trip Reports

One-Year, Two-Semester Global Futures Concepts and Methods Course live on-line for Azerbaijan State Economic University (Course Schedule; pdf file)

Translated Publications  

Futures Research Methodology Version 3.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CD-ROM containing 39 chapters totaling about 1,300 pages.
The series begins with an introductory chapter to futures research and concludes with a synthesis of methods and speculation about the future of futures research methods. Each of the 37 chapters gives an executive overview of the respective method's history, description, primary and alternative usages, strengths and weaknesses, uses in combination with other methods, and speculation about future evolution of the method. Some also contain appendices with applications, links to software, and sources for further information.

The Futures Research Methodology Version 3.0 is the largest, most comprehensive collection of internationally peer-reviewed methods and tools to explore future possibilities ever assembled.

ISBN: 978-0-9818941-1-9
Price: $49.50 US dollars plus shipping