Publications

Publications

Revised and updated 29 October 2006

An Introduction
to Futures Methods
[Word]
2 February 1998
A short paper outlining a number futures methods

A Journey to the future: A personal odyssey
[PDF]
24 June 1998
How I became interested in Futures

Some Influences On Europe In The 21st
Century
[PDF]
9 September 1998

After the party is over: Futures Studies
and the Millennium
[PDF]
3 January 1999
Reflections on Futures and the millennium

Philosophy, Aims and Objectives of
the MA Foresight and Futures Studies
offered by Leeds Metropolitan
University between 1996 and 2002 [PDF]
10 May 1999

The Mis-information Society:
Some Issues for Society and Planning
[PDF]
23 February 2001
Questions some of the optimistic assumptions about the Information
Society

The Local Government Association Futures
toolkit
[PDF]
26 June 2001
The development of a toolkit for Futures work in Local Authorities
in England and Wales

Accidents waiting to
happen
[Word]
August 2001 updated February 2003
A short article arguing the case for Futures particularly in education

Could it have been
predicted?
[Word]
20 September 2001
A short article written after 9/11 noting that although the events
may not have been foreseen by the US authorities they were planned
by the perpetrators

Using forecasts [Word]
26 May 2002
A short article suggesting that it is important to consider who
made a forecast, why it was made and how it was made before accepting
its conclusions

Lessons from 25 Years of Futures
Teaching
[PDF]
November 2002
Contribution to the Teaching Futures Studies Conference, Tamkang
University, Taiwan. Published in the Journal of Futures Studies,
Volume 7, Number 3, February 2003.

Can we rescue our future?
[PDF]
3 Februaury 2003
Lecture at the Free University, Berlin

The Vision Thing:
Some thoughts on preferred futures [LOST]
January 2005
Summit for the Future, Club of Amsterdam

NEW Scenario
Planning
[Word]
March 2006
UNIDO Technology Foresight Seminar, Bratislava

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