Journal of Futures Studies

Vol. 9 No. 2 Nov. 2004

  • Articles
    • Neuro-Futures: The Brain, Politics, and Power
      Jake Dunagan (pp. 1 – 18)
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    • Anticipatory innovation
      Jose M. Ramos (pp. 19 – 28)
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    • Queensland Transport Futures 2003-2020
      David Kay (pp. 29 – 36)
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    • Fathoming the Ageing Workforce Debate: Causal Layered Analysis in Action
      Debbie Terranova (pp. 37 – 42)
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    • Portfolio Approach and/or Firm Approach? Remarks on Futures of Strategic Bank Management
      Jyh-Horng Lin, Shin-Heng Pao (pp. 43 – 54)
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  • Essays
    • Energy Futures for The Long-Term
      Graham T.T. Molitor (pp. 55 – 68)
      Introduction | View PDF
    • Powerful Memes from 1957 –Footprints of Conscious Evolution?
      Jan Lee Martin (pp. 69 – 76)
      Introduction | View PDF
    • The Virus Analogy
      Jennifer Brice (pp. 77 – 82)
      Introduction | View PDF
    •  Future Avoiders, Migrants and Natives
      Sohail Inayatullah (pp. 83 – 86)
      Introduction | View PDF
    • On Teaching Futuristics: Utopian Thought and Non-traditional Students
      Arthur B. Shostak (pp. 87 – 92)
      Introduction | View PDF
    • Post-Saps Light: A Review of Francis Fukuyama’s, Our Posthuman Future
      Timothy Dolan (pp. 93 – 96)
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