August 2004
Future Times;2004, Vol. 3, p15
Presents summaries of studies related to futures thinking. "Roadmapping: From Sustainable to Disruptive Technologies," published in the January/February 2004 issue of the journal "Technological Forecasting and Social Change"; "Shaping the Next One Hundred Years: New Methods for Quantative Long-Term Policy Analysis," by R. J. Lemper and colleagues; Research on the impact of regional bilateral free trade agreements on New Zealand.


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