(The H4-Index of Futures is 21. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
The importance of achieving foundational Sustainable Development Goals in reducing global risk64
Our hunter-gatherer future: Climate change, agriculture and uncivilization62
The implications of the Covid-19 pandemic for delivering the Sustainable Development Goals57
A multi-stakeholder perspective on sustainable healthcare: From 2030 onwards48
Beyond techno-utopia and its discontents: On the role of utopianism and speculative fiction in shaping alternatives to the smart city imaginary47
Transdisciplinarity: Synthesis towards a modular approach40
Extreme events defined—A conceptual discussion applying a complex systems approach38
Exploring global food system shocks, scenarios and outcomes36
Coworking in the digital economy: Context, motivations, and outcomes35
Management challenges for future digitalization of healthcare services34
Exploring the governance and implementation of sustainable development initiatives through blockchain technology29
Stakeholders’ perspectives on future electric vehicle charging infrastructure developments26
The adaptiveness of the healthcare system to the fourth industrial revolution: A preliminary analysis24
Tangible futures: Combining scenario thinking and personas - A pilot study on urban mobility23
Digital futures of small businesses and entrepreneurial opportunity23
Futures literacy and the diversity of the future22
Assessing climate change’s contribution to global catastrophic risk22
Can robots tackle late-life loneliness? Scanning of future opportunities and challenges in assisted living facilities22
The engagement of home-based businesses in the digital economy21
Map-makers and navigators of politicised terrain: Expert understandings of epistemological uncertainty in integrated assessment modelling of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage21
Walking with Energy: Challenging energy invisibility and connecting citizens with energy futures through participatory research21