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The Asia-Pacific Co-operation (APEC) region, which comprises 21 developed and developing economies, is expected to become predominantly urban by 2020 with at least 15 cities exceeding 10 million inhabitants. Whether such megacities will be "healthy" in the sense of physical, mental and social...
The education market is worth hundreds of billions of dollars, and every week sees a new joint venture announced by traditional or new players, as they jockey for position in this increasingly global market. But what should the role of the University be in an era of globalization and e-commerce?
This paper attempts to provide a number of strategic reference points for individuals and organizations seeking a clearer view of the future. These reference points plot a course that starts with the surfacing of underlying philosophies and ends with the melding of foresight with strategy....
This is the second part of a two-part paper on the future of electronic payments. Part 1, which was published in the last issue of this journal, examined the various electronic forms of payment that are likely to emerge in the future, and considered some of the main technological and economic...
What does living mean today? This was the theme explored at Archilab 2001, an international working laboratory for young architects. The expo illustrated that architects are taking account of global warming and the need for sustainable development as well as integrating consumers' concerns not...
The basis for a broadened scanning framework is described, which may also function as a means for understanding how human minds filter their perceptions of the world. The framework is based on the Four-Quadrant Integral model of Ken Wilber and the Spiral Dynamics model of Don Beck and Chris...
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