Mapping: The future of pensions & healthcare

In order to stimulate the dialogue between governments and the private sector regarding the future of pensions and healthcare in an ageing world, the World Economic Forum in mid 2007 launched a project, Financing Demographic Shifts 2030, addressing the following central questions for phase one: How may the future of pensions and healthcare look like in 2030, by taking the various key drivers and critical uncertainties into account? What may be the role of governments, the private sector and individuals? This report is the outcome of phase one and presents three broad global scenarios on the future of pensions and healthcare.

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Annexe 1.4: Scoping Futures (4/7)

Methodology and Work Plan

Step 1: Methods Selection

Q1a: Please indicate the qualitative methods used by/in the study.

Method type Quantity
Conferences/Workshops 1
Interviews 1
Literature Review (LR) 1

Q1b: Please indicate the quantitative methods used by/in the study.

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Q1c: Please indicate the semi-quantitative methods used by/in the study.

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Step 2: Methods Assessment and Work Plan

Methods Assessment

1. Conferences/Workshops

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2. Interviews

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3. Literature Review (LR)

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4. Case studies

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Work Plan / Q1: List up to 15 core activities (work packages) of the study. Core activities (also known as work packages) are the main building blocks of foresight and forward-looking activities. Activities are often, but not necessarily, built around methods.

No. Activity/work package Leader/Responsible Work package URL