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Scenario Planning as a Tool in Foresight Exercises: The LIPSOR Approach

  • Anastasia Stratigea
  • Maria Giaoutzi
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Part of the Complex Networks and Dynamic Systems book series (CNDS, volume 1)

Abstract

Foresight is a future-oriented activity that supports decision-making processes by focusing on the management of the complexity involved within a turbulent environment in a long-term planning context (Giaoutzi et al. 2012). Scenario planning, as a strategic and effective planning and learning tool, should constitute an integral part of any foresight exercise.

Keywords

Scenario Planning Transport Company MULTIPOL Module Local Government Agency Road Corridor 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Geography and Regional PlanningNational Technical University of Athens (NTUA)AthensGreece

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