August 2006
Future Times;2006, Vol. 3, p11
This section presents several articles in various publications that are related to forecasting. Historian E. Hobsbawm and banker J. Attali debated the relevance of Karl Marx for the 21st century. Foresight and governance experts, R. Olson, D. Rejeski review a century of futures research to evaluate the impact of futurism. P. van der Duin re-examined a study prepared by the Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy in 1977.


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