TOC: Tech Forecasting Social Change


Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 74(3)

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Technological Forecasting and Social Change 

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March, 2007

Demographic processes in a model of innovation diffusion with dynamic market
Francesca Centrone, Aldo Goia and Ernesto Salinelli [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Incorporating stakeholders’ perspectives into models of new technology diffusion: The case of fuel-cell vehicles
Gustavo O. Collantes [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Foresight on biopharmaceuticals: Designing foresight methods for Spanish biopharmaceuticals?
Emma Gutiérrez de Mesa and Emilio Muñoz [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Technological interdependence and knowledge diffusion in the building of national innovative capacity: The role of Taiwan’s chemical industry
Mei-Chih Hu and Chun-Yao Tseng [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Technical change, prices and communications technology: Insights from the Local Area Networking industry
Roberto Fontana [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The future of the mobile phone business
George P. Boretos [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The future of mobile shopping: The interaction between lead users and technological trajectories in the Japanese market
Jeffrey L. Funk [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Combined forecast process: Combining scenario analysis with the technological substitution model
Ming-Yeu Wang and Wei-Ting Lan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Exploring the relationship between scenario planning and perceptions of strategic conversation quality
Thomas J. Chermack, Louis van der Merwe and Susan A. Lynham [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The normal, the natural, and the harmonic
Theodore Modis [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Comments by Joseph P. Martino
Joseph P. Martino [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Reply to Martino’s comments on “The normal, the natural, and the harmonic”
Theodore Modis [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Book Review

Fred Phillips, Social Culture and High-Tech Economic Development: The Technopolis Columns, Palgrave Macmillan, New York (2006) 276 pp..
Kish Sharma [Publisher] [Google Scholar]