Scenario Learning: Living in Tomorrowland

Walker, Lewis J.
August 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;Aug2000, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p56
Academic Journal
Focuses on the views of correspondent Thomas Friedman on global trends and the United States political preoccupations. His speculation on the alterations of the political scene and electoral complacency; Three debates he suggested for the 2000 election season; Three possibilities financial planner and investment management consultant should consider when presenting strategies based on alternative futures.


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