The Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures is the home of long-term forecasting and global trend analysis at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies on the University of Denver campus. The core of the Center's forecasting efforts is the Patterns of Potential Human Progress (PPHP) series. This project produces volumes on five human development topics, including global poverty reduction, advancing global education, and improving global health. The fourth volume, Building Global Infrastructure, is now available for download, and the final volume will be published by early 2014. Each volume includes data tables with long-term country-level forecasts across the various issue areas of the International Futures model. [...more]
The Frederick S. Pardee Center launched Building Global Infrastructure, the fourth volume of the Patterns of Potential Human Progress (PPHP) series, on September 25, 2013. To download the Executive Summary or the full volume, please click here.
Want to know more about a specific country? We've gathered the most recent data on 186 different countries using the IFs database. Click HERE to find up-to-date country-level data on several major human systems, including population, health, education, energy, international politics, and governance.