Institute for Futures Studies is an independent research foundation that promotes future perspectives in research and public debate
The Digitalisation Commission, established by the Swedish government in 2012, has published an anthology where scholars and experts writes on how it is that Sweden has been so successful in digitization and what can be done to continue that success. Among the authors are Anders Ekholm and Bi Puranen, both from the Institute for Futures Studies.
At the Institute for Futures Studies, we treat discrimination as an import issue for the future. We are studying how it manifests itself, but we are also trying to understand how and why discrimination arises. One way to do this is to study the individual and his/hers prejudices.
Environmental degradation, poverty, exhausted employees. These are problems that could be solved by the market. Provided that there is economic democracy.
Gustaf Arrhenius and Wlodek Rabinowicz