Augur Project, The

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Augur Project, The (2007-2013; France; augurproject.eu)

A research project that concluded in 2013. The research results aimed to “capture, within a set of scenarios, the characteristics and implications of a variety of patterns that may occur in 2030 in all domains, be it political, economic, social, environmental or technological in Europe and in the world.”

Work Packages:

  • WP1 – A macro-model of world regions
  • WP 2 : Financial markets and international regulation
  • WP 3 : Innovation and technology diffusion
  • WP 4: Global development, demography and migration
  • WP 5 : Energy, primary resources and environmental challenges
  • WP 6 : International governance and regional economic integration
  • WP 7 : Well being and living conditions
  • WP 8 : Political economy and politics

Publications:

  • A library of deliverables and background papers

Leadership: Jacques Mazier (Former Chairman)
Budget: ~$2.5m (Overall)

Note: The Website has been discontinued and is only accessible through the “Wayback-Machine”

Augur Project, The contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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