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This paper introduces a systematic technology trend monitoring (TTM) methodology based on an analysis of bibliometric data. Among the key premises for developing a methodology are: (1) the increasing number of data sources addressing different phases of the STI development, and thus requiring a more holistic and integrated analysis; (2) the need for more(More)
Rapid changes in Science & Technology (S&T) along with breakthroughs in products and services concern a great deal of policy and strategy makers and lead to an ever increasing number of Foresight and other types of forward-looking work. At the outset, the purpose of these efforts is to investigate emerging S&T areas, set priorities and inform policies and(More)
An increasing number of quantitative and qualitative methods have been used for future-oriented technology analysis (FTA) to develop understanding of situations, enable creativity, engage experts, and provide interaction. FTA practitioners have used frequently one or a suitable mixture of these methods for their activities. Changing policy and strategy(More)
The course is delivered to master students of The National Research University-Higher School of Economics/HSE. It is delivered in modules. The course length is 216 academic hours in total of which 64 hours are class room hours for lectures and seminars and 152 hours are devoted to self study. Academic control forms are one written exam and one presentation.(More)
Thinking for Foresight " , the thesis analysed current institutional Foresight practice, detected its shortcomings with a systemic view and proposed the " Systemic Foresight Methodology-SFM " (15 citations) 1. The SFM has been tested in two university departments with the action research methodology applied at various foresight programmes at the regional(More)
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