Technological Forecasting and Social Change


Technological Forecasting and Social Change

"Technological Forecasting and Social Change" is a peer reviewed international academic journal which discusses futures studies and technological forecasting. Articles focus on methodology and actual practice. Among other things, the journal is a major source of discussion on the Delphi method.

The journal has been published since 1969, and is currently offered by Elsevier. The editor in chief is Harold A. Linstone.

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