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Purpose – The purpose of this article is to explore the role of information and communications technologies (ICT) in creating cities that are attractive, healthy and prosperous places to live, work and visit. Design/methodology/approach – Considers technological developments in information and...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to discuss the clarification of three qualifiers “probable”, “possible” and “plausible”, which are often used interchangeably in foresight and futures studies practice, but which could obtain added value through a careful distinction. In general, it shows...
Purpose – In May 2004, ten new member states joined the European Union (EU). Although these countries have experienced very different historical and political systems, they face a shared future. This paper seeks to answer the question: how do they analyze this future? Design/methodology/approach...
Purpose – The purpose of this research paper is to review and contrast traditional foresight methods through the lens of one of the key insights about complex adaptive systems – namely, a system's sensitive dependence on initial conditions. Design/methodology/approach – Foresight methods have...
Purpose – Aims to present a pragmatic method for long‐term forecasting and to illustrate its usage with the results of a recent case study to forecast future demand for mobile communications services. Design/methodology/approach – A scenario construction methodology is explained in detail. The...
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