The Future for Our Kids

Plan for the future for yourself and your children with Phil Ruthven futurologist and strategist.

Phillip Ruthven

Format: Paperback
ISBN13: 9781925642261
Published: December 2017

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Plan for the future for yourself and your children with Phil Ruthven,
Futurologist and strategist
Covers issues facing the world present and future, from: economic myths
to future populations, health & longevity, ethnicity, religion & sexuality,
to changing traditions & lifestyles, to war, terrorism & drugs, to education
& training, economic growth & standard of living, changing technology &
work culture, superannuation & retirement, to political parties & leaders,
natural resources & Australia in the Asian region.
Most of us don't think about the long-term future often but as Phil Ruthven shows in The Future for Our Kids, the future is an exciting place to consider.
This book is for realists and for optimists - also those pessimists who are open to argument. It covers a lot of change - past, present and future. It's meant simply as a guide to what's ahead - with context and perspective. Ruthven doesn't dodge the hard stuff. Wars, recessions and depressions, epidemics, the drugs scene, droughts and other disasters are part of our history and probable future.
Hopefully, they won't be as debilitating as they have been - and he'll explain why.
Mostly, however, the future brings promise that is more predictable today than it's
ever been.
About the Author: Phil Ruthven is the founder and director of IBISWorld an international corporation providing online business information, forecasting and strategic
services. IBISWorld now operates in Australia, the United States (NY and LA), Canada, China, United Kingdom and Indonesia. In 2014, Phil became a Member of the Order of Australia, in recognition of his signifi cant service to business and commerce, and to the community.

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN13: 9781925642261
  • Published: December 2017
  • Publisher: Wilkinson Publishing
  • Number of pages: 160
  • Width (mm): 148
  • Height (mm): 210
  • Depth (mm): 8
  • Weight (g): Not specified


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