Literature

In this section I share my literary experiences. In one or the other review I would like to encourage readers to take a good book in their hands again. I am also happy about literature tips, suggestions for my thoughts or simply feedback.

Gerhold, Lars et. al (2014): Standards and quality criteria for foresight. A handbook for science and practice. As the title suggests, an absolute must for future researchers.

Harari, Yuval Noah (2015): Homo Deus. A story of tomorrow. Very entertaining and entertaining reading by the Israeli world historian on the future of the human species.

Kahneman, Daniel (2012): Quick thinking, slow thinking. Great gathering of the Nobel laureate on our brains – and why we are overwhelmed in some situations.

Mason, Paul (2016): Post-capitalism. Floor plans of a coming economy. Unexpectedly unideological discussion of humanity’s current challenges mixed with the prediction of the collapse of the global economic system when machines and algorithms are replacing jobs en masse.

Radermacher, Franz Josef; Beyers, Bert (2011): World with a Future: The Ecosocial Perspective. Very broad illumination of the interrelationships of global economy against the background of ecologically and socially sustainable goals.

Thiel, Peter (2014): Zero to One. How innovation saves our society. Standard work for all those who are concerned with innovation. Not a literary masterpiece, but rather an apt description of the innovation logics of the digital age.

Kai Gondlach

Master of Arts Future Research
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