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Items where Subject is "Scenario & Futures research"

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Behar, Alberto, Kostial, Kristina and Ramírez, Rafael (2018) Work on Long-term Trends and Uncertainties at the IMF. European Court of Auditors Journal (10). pp. 35-37. (Accepted) Link to full text available through this repository.
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Bhatti, Yasser, Ramírez, Rafael and Riaz, Saba (2016) Using Live Cases to Learn Scenario Planning – How the Purpose Matters for Impact and Meaningfulness. Saïd Business School Working Paper, Oxford.
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Eidinow, Esther and Ramírez, Rafael (2016) The Aesthetics of Story-telling as a Technology of the Plausible. Futures, 84 (Part A). pp. 43-49.
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Lang, Trudi Issues and ideas organizational identity raises for scenario planning. Said Business School, Oxford.
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Ramírez, Rafael, Churchhouse, Steve, Palermo, Alejandra and Hoffmann, Jonas (2018) APLICANDO LA PLANIFICACIÓN DE ESCENARIOS PARA REFORMULAR ESTRATEGIAS. Harvard Duesto Business Review (274). pp. 30-40. Full text not available from this repository.
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Ramírez, Rafael and Finch, Matt Scenario Planning in Public Libraries: A Discussion. Public Library Quarterly. Full text availability may be restricted.
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Ramírez, Rafael, Ravetz, Jerome, Sharpe, Bill and Varley, Leila (2019) We Need to Talk (More Wisely) About Wisdom: A set of conversations about wisdom, science, and futures. Futures. (Accepted) Full text availability may be restricted.
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Ramírez, Rafael and Wilkinson, Angela (2016) Strategic Reframing: The Oxford Scenario Planning Approach. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0198745693 Full text not available from this repository.
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