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The Future of the United States: The Social and Technological Forces Reshaping the Country

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 339739
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 201 Pages
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美國的未來樣貌 The Future of the United States: The Social and Technological Forces Reshaping the Country
出版日期: 2015年09月15日 內容資訊: 英文 201 Pages
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在今後10年,社會及科技力量將大幅改變美國人的工作及生活方式。從工作到一般生活,對於連結裝置以及取得即時資訊的依賴性日益增強。而2016年的總統大選對於今後美國進步發展至關重要。

本報告將綜合分析至2025年前,對美國民眾與商業帶來極大影響的大趨勢。

第1章 摘要整理

  • 2025年美國將成為量化的國家
  • 網路文化型塑美國人民的生活
  • 在美國工作將更智能並以人為中心
  • 合作將決定工作與個人生活
  • 美國的競爭將被再建構
  • 2025年前最大的顛覆性進步
  • 宏觀到微觀的重要大趨勢分析

第2章 研究方法及主要定義

  • 研究方法 - 從宏觀到微觀
  • 定義列表
  • 縮寫列表

第3章 社會趨勢

  • 社會趨勢 - 重要調查結果
  • 北美2025年的人口將少於其他地區
  • 隨著千禧世代的成長,他們所帶來的影響也越大
  • 美國人種構成將更加多元
  • 美國西班牙裔文化演進
  • 美國移民人口增加
  • She-conomy將被強化
  • 美國高齡人口將形成重要人口層
  • 美國高齡人口將不同於前一世代的美國高齡人口
  • 勞動年齡人口的負擔將更沈重
  • 工作自動化對部分勞動年齡人口而言是個威脅
  • 美國人民所得差距持續擴大
  • 所得差距擴大也帶來市場成長促進要因與市場機會
  • 從宏觀至微觀 - 策略建議和預測

第4章 高等教育發展趨勢

  • 高等教育發展趨勢 - 重要調查結果
  • 大學入學人數增加
  • 對於受過大學教育的美國人的需求持續增長
  • 高等教育成本持續上升
  • 學生債務負擔加重
  • 美國政府從學生貸款中獲利?
  • 學生債務將帶來一生持續的負面影響
  • 技術使學習方法演進
  • 高等教育情況加劇種族差距
  • STEM (科學、技術、數學) 相關職業增加
  • 從宏觀至微觀 - 策略建議和預測

第5章 政治趨勢

  • 政治趨勢 - 重要調查結果
  • e-Governance與m-Governance提高效率
  • 人口密度帶動美國都市創新移動策略
  • 美國最高法院的平衡取決於2016年
  • 關鍵商業課題將接連躍上法院訴訟名單
  • 國會頑強的兩極化將削減其作用
  • 州政府與地方政府影響力增強
  • 西班牙裔的投票重要性愈顯重要,但缺乏凝聚力
  • 從宏觀至微觀 - 策略建議和預測

第6章 未來美國產業趨勢

  • 未來美國產業趨勢 - 重要調查結果
  • 未來美國產業將成長
  • 未來美國產業將透過新技術的導入成長
  • 零售產業 - 透過消費模式與技術模式將改變現狀
  • 零售產業 - 擁有實體店舖與網路店舖的零售業者對消費者影響增強
  • 製造業 - 主要產業的子部門急速成長
  • 製造業 - 市場趨勢推動變革
  • 建築業 - 美國能源促進成長
  • 建築業 - 產業轉移與趨勢帶動創新
  • 金融業 - 與中國競爭加劇
  • 金融業 - 產業轉移使顧客至上主義普及
  • 醫療 - 巨大力量驅使醫療產業改革
  • 醫療 - 新局面產生市場機會
  • 技術 - 在美國誕生帶來重大改革的技術
  • 新技術將從根本持續改變產業
  • 從宏觀至微觀 - 策略建議和預測

第7章 健康與幸福趨勢

第8章 都市化趨勢

第9章 基礎建設趨勢

第10章 移動趨勢

第11章 能源趨勢

第12章 安全與國防趨勢

第13章 經濟趨勢

  • 經濟趨勢 - 重要調查結果
  • 美國全球經濟地位將呈現交雜狀態
  • 政府、消費者、商業、出口構成經濟
  • CBO (美國國會預算局) 所預估至2025年前的赤字支出
  • 社會方案為聯邦政府最大支出
  • 教育在州政府支出中佔極大比例
  • 消費者壓力可能威脅國家經濟支柱
  • 提升消費者信心; 增加支出
  • 商業支出使未來容易預測
  • 經濟指標顯示復甦但仍不穩定
  • 美國出口無法超越進口
  • 影響經濟的兩個重要因素為利率和貿易
  • 從宏觀至微觀 - 策略建議和預測

第14章 連結趨勢

第15章 智能成為New Green

第16章 結語

  • 結語 - 三大預測
  • 免責聲明

第17章 附件

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The Social and Technological Forces Reshaping the Country

Over the next 10 years, social and technological forces are going to reshape the way Americans work and live. How we travel, perform our jobs, run our homes, invest our money, and plan for the future will all be influenced by increasing dependence upon connected devices and access to immediate information. Spurred by the presidential election of 2016, which will play a critical role in the nation's progress, Frost & Sullivan offers this comprehensive analysis of the many Mega Trends that will affect American citizens and business through 2025. Topics range from automation and the potential obsolescence of jobs to the rise of Smart Cities and the dynamic social shifts brought on by the millennial and aging populations.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Executive Summary

  • 1. In 2025, the United States Will be a Land of Quantification
  • 2. A Network Culture Will Shape American Lives
  • 3. Work in the United States Will be Smarter and More Human-centric
  • 4. Collaboration Will Define Both Professional and Personal Lives
  • 5. Competition in the United States Will be Reconfigured
  • 6. Top US Disruptors through 2025
  • 7. Macro-to-micro Analysis of Key Mega Trends
  • 8. Macro-to-micro Analysis of Key Mega Trends (continued)

2. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND KEY DEFINITIONS

Research Methodology and Key Definitions

  • 1. Research Methodology-From Macro-to-micro
  • 2. Research Methodology-From Macro-to-micro (continued)
  • 3. List of Definitions
  • 4. List of Definitions (continued)
  • 5. List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
  • 6. List of Acronyms and Abbreviations (continued)

3. SOCIAL TRENDS

Social Trends

  • 1. Social Trends-Key Findings
  • 2. North America's 2025 Population Will be Smaller Than Other Regions'
  • 3. As Millennials Rise, so Will Their Influence
  • 4. Millennials Display Common Characteristics
  • 5. The US Racial Composition Will be More Diverse
  • 6. The US Hispanic Culture is Evolving
  • 7. The US Immigrant Population Will Grow
  • 8. The She-conomy Will Strengthen
  • 9. Aging Americans Will Form an Important Demographic
  • 10. Aging Americans Will be Unlike Their Previous Counterparts
  • 11. The Working-age Support Burden Will be Greater
  • 12. Job Automation Threatens Parts of the Working Population
  • 13. American Incomes Will Continue to Polarize
  • 14. With Income Polarization Comes Drivers and Opportunities
  • 15. “Macro-to-micro”-Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

4. HIGHER EDUCATION TRENDS

Higher Education Trends

  • 1. Higher Education Trends-Key Findings
  • 2. College Attendance Will Increase
  • 3. Demand for College-educated Americans Will Continue to Grow
  • 4. Higher Education Costs Will Continue to Rise
  • 5. Student Debt Burden is Worsening
  • 6. Does the US Government Profit from Student Loans?
  • 7. Student Debt Has Negative, Lifelong Repercussions
  • 8. Technology Evolves Learning Methods
  • 9. Higher Education Reveals Widening Racial Gaps
  • 10. Projected Increase in STEM-related Jobs
  • 11. “Macro-to-micro”-Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

5. POLITICAL TRENDS

Political Trends

  • 1. Political Trends-Key Findings
  • 2. eGovernance and mGovernance Increase Efficiency
  • 3. eGovernance and mGovernance Increase Efficiency (continued)
  • 4. Population Density Drives Innovative Mobility Strategies in US Cities
  • 5. The Balance of the US Supreme Court Hinges on 2016
  • 6. Key Business Issues Will be on the Court's Docket
  • 7. Persistent Polarization in Congress May Weaken Its Role
  • 8. State and Local Government Influence is Increasing
  • 9. The Hispanic Vote Will be More Important but Less Cohesive
  • 10. “Macro-to-micro”-Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

6. FUTURE US INDUSTRY TRENDS

Future US Industry Trends

  • 1. Future US Industry Trends-Key Findings
  • 2. Future US Industries to Experience Growth
  • 3. Future US Industries Will Grow with Technology Adoption
  • 4. Retail-Consumption and Technology Patterns Alter the Status Quo
  • 5. Retail-Bricks-and-Clicks Retailing Influences Shoppers
  • 6. Manufacturing-Key Industry Subsectors Grow Quickly
  • 7. Manufacturing-Trends Drive Transformational Shifts
  • 8. Construction-US Energy Drives Growth
  • 9. Construction-Industry Shifts and Trends Drive Innovation
  • 10. Finance-Competition from China Will Intensify
  • 11. Finance-Industry Shifts Put the Customer First
  • 12. Healthcare-Huge Forces Drive Industry Changes
  • 13. Healthcare-Opportunities Arise in a New Landscape
  • 14. Technology-Game Changers are Born in the United States
  • 15. Technologies Will Continue Disrupting Industries
  • 16. “Macro-to-micro”-Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

7. HEALTH, WELLNESS, AND WELLBEING TRENDS

Health, Wellness, and Wellbeing Trends

  • 1. Health, Wellness, and Wellbeing Trends-Key Findings
  • 2. Chronic Health Problems Weigh Down the US Healthcare System
  • 3. Healthcare Becomes Decentralized
  • 4. Technology is in Place for Home Healthcare Solutions
  • 5. The “Quantified Self” Emerges from Future Healthcare Applications
  • 6. The Workplace Promotes a Healthy Lifestyle
  • 7. Prevention-focused Wellness Programs Could Offset Insurance Costs
  • 8. The Dietary Supplement Market Grows
  • 9. What's the Buzz on Marijuana?
  • 10. Widespread Marijuana Legalization Could Impact Big Pharma
  • 11. “Macro-to-micro”-Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

8. URBANIZATION TRENDS

Urbanization Trends

  • 1. Urbanization Trends-Key Findings
  • 2. The City Will be 2025's Most Connected Customer
  • 3. Population Density Will Rise while Trends Expand
  • 4. Two Mega Regions Will Dominate the East and West Coasts
  • 5. Mega Regions are Not Necessarily the Fastest Growing
  • 6. What Makes a Metro Area Business Friendly?
  • 7. Urban Core Population Will Continue to Swell
  • 8. Suburban Rings Will Continue to House Most Americans
  • 9. Smart Will Become the Technological Norm
  • 10. San Francisco Leads the Smart City Race
  • 11. Growing GDP and Spend Are Turning Cities into Customers
  • 12. Boston's SCOPE Project Embodies the Connected City
  • 13. “Macro-to-micro”-Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

9. INFRASTRUCTURE TRENDS

Infrastructure Trends

  • 1. Infrastructure Trends-Key Findings
  • 2. Pipeline Infrastructure Investments Will Grow
  • 3. Utility Infrastructure Investments Will Double
  • 4. New Highways Indicate Pockets of Economic Development
  • 5. Waterways, Locks, and Ports Require Immediate Funding
  • 6. US New High-speed Rail (HSR) Development
  • 7. New Freight Rail Development Offers Cheaper Transport
  • 8. Hot Topic-Water in Fracking to Continue Making Headlines
  • 9. “Macro-to-micro”-Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

10. MOBILITY TRENDS

Mobility Trends

  • 1. Mobility Trends-Key Findings
  • 2. Diverse Forces Are Shifting the Mobility Landscape
  • 3. Population Density Drives Innovative Mobility Strategies in US Cities
  • 4. Mobility Options Will Increase for Every Journey
  • 5. Intercity Bus Mobility May Outpace High-speed Rail
  • 6. The Suburban Commute Will be Smarter
  • 7. Alternative Fuel Vehicles Will See Continued Growth
  • 8. Intra-city Public Transit Will Have More Options
  • 9. Conflicting Policies Limit Public Transit Adoption
  • 10. Ride Sharing and eHailing Will Yield to Autonomous Taxis
  • 11. Car Sharing Offers Alternatives to Ownership for Urban Residents
  • 12. Emerging Micro-mobility Solutions Will Not Go Far in the United States
  • 13. Federal Support for Non-motorized Transport Will Increase
  • 14. “Macro-to-micro”-Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

11. ENERGY TRENDS

Energy Trends

  • 1. Energy Trends-Key Findings
  • 2. The US Energy Outlook is Highly Vulnerable to Disruptions
  • 3. Electricity Generation Will be More Natural Gas Reliant
  • 4. The US Will Continue Being a Dominant Participant in O&G Production
  • 5. Natural Gas Production Depends on Favorable Regulation
  • 6. The Era of Coal's Dominance Will Come to an End
  • 7. Strengthening Renewables Requires More Holistic Assessments
  • 8. Nuclear Energy Will Post Less Growth in the United States
  • 9. Energy Harvesting Holds Great Promise for Cheap Energy
  • 10. Solving Energy Storage is Key to Growth in Renewables
  • 11. Distributed Generation is Going Smart
  • 12. Climate Change Could Pose Real Threats to the Economy
  • 13. “Macro-to-micro”-Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

12. SECURITY AND DEFENSE TRENDS

Security and Defense Trends

  • 1. Security and Defense Trends-Key Findings
  • 2. The Threats to Security and Safety are Changing
  • 3. Cybersecurity Will Experience Widespread Demand
  • 4. Cybersecurity Will Adapt to a Changing Landscape
  • 5. Crime Rates Continue to Fall
  • 6. Increasing Natural Disasters Require Preparation and Collaboration
  • 7. Safe Cities Will Emerge
  • 8. Safe Cities Rely on Advancing Technologies
  • 9. National Defense Will Focus on Non-traditional Actors
  • 10. National Defense Spending Will Focus on Technology
  • 11. “Macro-to-micro”-Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

13. ECONOMIC TRENDS

Economic Trends

  • 1. Economic Trends-Key Findings
  • 2. Projections for US Global Economic Standing Are Mixed
  • 3. Government, Consumers, Business, and Exports Comprise the Economy
  • 4. The CBO Projects Deficit Spending through 2025
  • 5. Social Programs Dominate Federal Government Spend
  • 6. Education Holds the Bulk of State Government Spend
  • 7. Consumer Pressures May Threaten the Country's Economic Backbone
  • 8. Consumer Sentiment is Rising; Expenditure is Growing
  • 9. Business Spend Favors Predictability
  • 10. Indicators Point to a Recovering but Precarious Economy
  • 11. US Exports Show No Sign of Overtaking Imports
  • 12. Two Key Economic Influencers are Interest Rates and Trade Deals
  • 13. “Macro-to-micro”-Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

14. CONNECTIVITY TRENDS

Connectivity Trends

  • 1. Connectivity Trends-Key Findings
  • 2. The Internet of Things Will Become Pervasive
  • 3. The Internet of Things is Creating Growth Opportunities
  • 4. New Technologies Are Emerging in the IoT
  • 5. The Race for 5G Will Create a New Standard for Connectivity
  • 6. Efforts to Close the Digital Divide Will Increase in Importance
  • 7. New Methods of Internet Access Will be Tested
  • 8. Net Neutrality is Likely Here to Stay
  • 9. Public Perceptions of Privacy are Mixed
  • 10. Privacy Concerns with Big Data May Drive Self-regulation
  • 11. “Macro-to-micro”-Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

15. SMART IS THE NEW GREEN

Smart is the New Green

  • 1. Smart is the New Green-Key Findings
  • 2. Smart is Connected
  • 3. Smart is Embedded within Most Devices
  • 4. Smart Converses
  • 5. “Macro-to-micro”-Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

16. THE LAST WORD

The Last Word

  • 1. The Last Word-3 Big Predictions
  • 2. Legal Disclaimer

17. APPENDIX

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