The Pardee Papers
series eatures working papers by Pardee Center Fellows andother invited authors. Papers in this series explore current and uture challenges by anticipating the pathways to human progress, human development, and human well-being. This series includes papers on a wide range o topics, with a specialemphasis on interdisciplinary perspectives and a development orientation.Series Editor: Proessor Adil NajamThe Frederick S. Pardee Center or the Study o the Longer-Range Future atBoston University convenes and conducts interdisciplinary, policy-relevant, anduture-oriented research that can contribute to long-term improvements in thehuman condition. Through its programs o research, publications, and events,the Pardee Center seeks to identiy, anticipate, and enhance the long-term poten-tial or human progress, in all its various dimensions.The Frederick S. Pardee Center or the Study o the Longer-Range FutureBoston University Pardee House67 Bay State RoadBoston, Massachusetts 02215Tel: 617-358-4000 Fax: 617-358-4001 www.bu.edu/pardeeE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgCover photo via iStockphoto.com.The views expressed in this paper represent those o the author and do notnecessarily represent the views o the Frederick S. Pardee Center or the Study o the Longer-Range Future or the Trustees o Boston University. The publicationsproduced by the Pardee Center present a wide range o perspectives with theintent o ostering well-inormed dialogue on policies and issues critical to humandevelopment and the longer-range uture.
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