Articles in Framtider no. 2/2005 English edition

Publikationsår: 2005

Theme: Unexpected futures

This issue is about unexpected futures in five separate areas: demography, medicine, the environment, superpowers and technology.

Contents

 

 

    • Is it harder to foresee the future nowadays?
      Arne Jernelöv

 

    • Imagine if it becomes much worse
      Arne Jernelöv

 

    • When viruses take the leap to humans
      Arna Jernelöv och Claes Ramel

 

    • Life expectancy still rising and Italians have fewer "bambini"
      Wolfgang Lutz

 

    • You might as well go home when the system is down
      Nina Wormbs och Arne Jernelöv

 

    • Here today, gone tomorrow?
      Victor Kremenyuk och Arne Jernelöv

 

    • Uncertainty, risk and wild cards
      Torbjörn Lundqvist

 

    • Sweden in 2023 - 'Future days' of the Swedish Parliament

 

    • Society and the future: research programme, 2005-2008

 


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Publikationsår: 2005

Theme: Unexpected futures

This issue is about unexpected futures in five separate areas: demography, medicine, the environment, superpowers and technology.

Contents

 

 

    • Is it harder to foresee the future nowadays?
      Arne Jernelöv

 

    • Imagine if it becomes much worse
      Arne Jernelöv

 

    • When viruses take the leap to humans
      Arna Jernelöv och Claes Ramel

 

    • Life expectancy still rising and Italians have fewer "bambini"
      Wolfgang Lutz

 

    • You might as well go home when the system is down
      Nina Wormbs och Arne Jernelöv

 

    • Here today, gone tomorrow?
      Victor Kremenyuk och Arne Jernelöv

 

    • Uncertainty, risk and wild cards
      Torbjörn Lundqvist

 

    • Sweden in 2023 - 'Future days' of the Swedish Parliament

 

    • Society and the future: research programme, 2005-2008

 


You can order this edition. One is without cost, for five or more you will have to pay the postage costs.
Order