The Politics and Science of the Future

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Posted Jul 16, 2020 | The Politics and Science of Prevision: Governing and Probing the Future, Andreas Wenger, Ursula Jasper, Myriam Dunn Cavelty

In a complex, highly connected, and uncertain world, defined by rapid social, economic and political change, policy-makers need scientifically robust guidance for policy decisions.. Academia’s key contribution is the creation of transparent, peer-reviewed future-oriented knowledge, while that of politics is the design of a deliberative, forward-looking mechanism to integrate knowledge into public policy and practice. In this final chapter from The Politics and Science of Prevision: Governing and Probing the Future, Andreas Wenger, Ursula Jasper, and Myriam Dunn Cavelty discuss the creation of knowledge about the future at the intersection of science and politics; how such knowledge is integrated into public policy and governance; and the consequences that this has for science, society, and politics.


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