Our Books

“The Near Future to 2032” in Proceedings of the XV International Colloquium on The Role of International Institutions and their Impact on Economic Theory and Policy, Palgrave McMillan, 2021 (in press) (Gill Ringland).

Study on Building and Piloting a Strategic Intelligence Foresight System for future Research and Innovation (R & I) Framework Programmes, European Commission: to be published, 2021 (multiple authors including Patricia Lustig and Gill Ringland).

“The Not So Shocking Future Today” in After Shock; John Schroeter ed, 2020, Abundant World Institute (Patricia Lustig and Gill Ringland).

 “Megatrends and how to survive them: preparing for 2032” , Gill Ringland and Patricia Lustig, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, (2018).  ISBN  978-1527516014.

“Towards the third strategic programme of Horizon 2020”, Gill Ringland, David Lye, Joe Ravetz, Martin Duckworth, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation (European Commission), 2016-02-05, ISBN 978-92-79-53672-4.

“Strategic Foresight: learning from the future”, expanded and updated edition, Patricia Lustig. Triarchy Press, 2015 & 2017, pp 187, ISBN 978-1-909470-66-8.

“Here be Dragons”, Gill Ringland. Tricia Lustig, Rob Phaal, Martin Duckworth and Chris Yapp; Choir Press, 2012 ISBN 978-0-9562190-5-3.

“In Safe Hands? the future of Financial Services”, Gill Ringland, Qatar Centre for Financial Services and Long Finance, January 2012, ISBN 978-0-9546207-6-9.

“Beyond Crisis”, Gill Ringland, Patricia Lustig and Oliver Sparrow, John Wiley, 2010, ISBN 978-0-470-68577-8.

“Community Building” Patricia Lustig in Proceedings of the 2nd Green Economics Retreat and Well Being Conference 2008, ISBN 978-0-9554646-6-9.

Scenarios in Marketing (ed, Gill Ringland, with Laurie Young), John Wiley, October 2006 ISBN 0-470-03272-3.

Scenario Planning (2nd edition), Gill Ringland, John Wiley, March 2006 – the first edition was the Amazon.com best seller.

“Scenario Planning”, Gill Ringland, update to reference article in The Ultimate Business Resource”, Bloomsbury, 2006, 0-7136-7509-8.

“Organisational Constellations Meets Appreciative Inquiry” by Sue Abbotson and Patricia Lustig, in Positive Approaches to Change: Applications of solutions Focus and Appreciative Inquiry at Work, edited by Mark McKergow and Jenny Clarke, 2004. Pp 93-106. ISBN 0-9549749-0-5.

“From Signals to Decisions”, in Scenarios for Success, Bill Sharpe and Kees van der Heijdn (ed), 2007, Wiley (Gill Ringland).

“Scenarios for India and China 2015: Implications for the City of London”, 2006, City of London (Gill Ringland).

“Scenarios in Business”, Gill Ringland, John Wiley, April 2002 ISBN 0-470-84382-9.

“Scenarios in Public Policy”, Gill Ringland, John Wiley, April 2002 ISBN 0-470-84383-7.

“London in 2020”, Gill Ringland, Gresham College, London, February 1999.

“Scenario Planning – Managing for the future”, Gill Ringland, John Wiley, November 1997, ISBN 0-471-97790-X.

“Software 2000 – a View of the Future”, Gill Ringland, Brian Randell, Bill Wulf, European Commission, June 1994.