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What is the future of e-books?
This paper examines the genesis of e-books. The situational analysis with respectto different aspects relating to business organizations involvement in the industry and authentic published informatio

Author: Dr.K.Prabhakar
Organisation: Velammal Engineering College
Publish Date: October 2010
What Role for South Africa in EPAs and Regional Economic Integration?
This paper asks two questions: What is the likely impact on regionalism in Southern Africa of the EU’s insistence on economic partnership agreements(EPAs);and What should the Southern African Customs

Author: Christopher Stevens, Jane Kennan
Organisation: Institute of Development Studies
Publish Date: November 2005
What Scenarios for farming and food systems in the world in 2050?
The objective and approach of this study is to: explore possible futures of food and farming systems in 2050 • envision the consequences of different possible science and technology scenarios for agr

Author: Agrimonde
Organisation: Agrimonde
Publish Date: 2008
What Tyranny of Numbers: Inside Mutahi Ngunyi's Numerology
Mutahi Ngunyi’s “Tyranny of Numbers” article - now tyrannizing the unwary in cyberspace - says that the Jubilee Alliance of Uhuru Kenyatta will win the 2013 presidential election in the first round w

Author: Wachira Maina
Organisation: Africa Centre for Open Governance
Publish Date: February 2013
What Will the Tourist Be Doing in 2030?
Tourism began when time began. Babylonian money-traders travelled for business, the Egyptian Queen Hatshesput took a cruise along the east coast of Africa and the British aristocracy took Grand Tour

Author: Ian Yeoman
Organisation: Ian Yeoman
Publish Date: 2008
What’s driving Africa’s growth
The rate of return on foreign investment is higher in Africa than in any other developing region. Global executives and investors must pay heed.
Author: Acha Leke, Susan Lund, Charles Roxburgh, and Arend van Wamelen
Organisation: McKinsey Global Institute
Publish Date: June 2010
When Everything is Programmable Forecast and Technology Cards
The diffusion of sensors and mobile devices is creating a huge influx of new quantitative social data,including demographics, <br /> behaviors,locations, and other previously invisible aspects o

Author: Institute for the Future
Organisation: Institute for the Future
Publish Date: 2010
When the Global Crisis and Youth Bulge Collide: Double the Jobs Trouble for Youth
The global economic crisis hit many countries just as they were experiencing a youth bulge—a demographic trend where the proportion of persons aged 15-24 in the population increases significantly com

Author: Isabel Ortiz, Matthew Cummins
Organisation: Unicef
Publish Date: February 2012
WHO Kenya Country Cooperation Strategy 2008-2013
This Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS) for WHO/Kenya sets forth how the country office will support the implementation of WHO’s strategic agenda in the context of the country’s priorities and WHO ca

Author: WHO Regional Office for Africa
Organisation: WHO Regional Office for Africa
Publish Date: 2009
Who owns the future?
Who owns the future?This is the question we ask in this issue of FO/Futureorientation,referring to legal intellectual property rights,which try to prevent people other than the originator from using

Author: Morten Grønborg
Organisation: Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies
Publish Date: 2009
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