If you have more general interests in the future, a search on youtube for "Singularity Institute" turns up a lot of material from technical people who think the future will be dominated by wonderous technologies. They also have a web site that tracks new technology in the news Singularity Hub as well as a blog.
With regards economics, The Economics of Software Quality Hardcover - Jul 24 2011 by Capers Jones (Author), Olivier Bonsignour (Author) , Software Estimation Best Practices, Tools & Techniques: A Complete Guide for Software Project Estimators Hardcover - Aug 7 2009 by Murali Chemuturi (Author), The Software Industry: Economic Principles, Strategies, Perspectives Hardcover - Sep 14 2012 by Peter Buxmann (Author), Diefenbach (Author), Thomas Hess (Author) look interesting. The library will often buy books that people suggest to it, although the newer the book, the more they like it (figuring older books they haven't yet bought were probably not of much interest to people or someone would have already asked).
A Psychological Tip Whenever you're called on to make up your mind, and you're hampered by not having any, the best way to solve the dilemma, you'll find, is simply by spinning a penny. No -- not so that chance shall decide the affair while you're passively standing there moping; but the moment the penny is up in the air, you suddenly know what you're hoping(source: wikiquote)
The note on question 2c from reaction questions for 8 Oct 2015 [posted 12 Oct] is not an object for a question on the quiz, but instead is an example of how one reads between the lines in these articles and how one might explain why one interpreted things the way one did.