The African Futures Project is an ongoing collaboration between our center and the Institute for Security Studies (ISS).
A Model for Global Forecasting
At the Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures, our mission is to explore, understand, and shape alternative futures of global change and human development. As part of this pursuit, we have built the International Futures (IFs) model, the most sophisticated and comprehensive forecasting modeling system available to the public. IFs uses our best understanding of global systems to produce forecasts for 186 countries to the year 2100.
Our team, based at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver, works with organizations around the world who share our interest in long-term, integrated analysis of development, security, and sustainability issues.
The article, “ICT/Cyber benefits and costs: Reconciling competing perspectives on the current and future balance,” has been published in the February 2017 issue of Technological Forecasting and Social Change. The authors, Barry B.
On Thursday, February 2, the Pardee Center for International Futures and the Council on International Finance, Trade, and Economics presented a luchtime seminar entitled, "How does offshoring by multinational firms affect U.S. employment outcomes?" The seminar featured Nicholas Sly, Senior Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.