The University of Oklahoma. This paper grew out of a presentation (based on ) made by the author at the Rocky Mountain Social Science Conference (Laramie, Wyoming, April 26–28, 1973). Thanks are due to Professors John Kagel and Raymond Battalio (Texas A and M University), George Rhodes (Ohio State University), B. Michael Prichitt (Brigham Young University), and David Doane (Oakland University, Michigan) for their indulgence and help. Special thanks are due to O. Morgenstern, chairman of the session, and G. Rhodes for their comments both during and subsequent to the session (see notes 1 and 5).
THE EFFECTS OF THEORY AND DATA IN ECONOMIC PREDICTION
Article first published online: 5 MAY 2007
Volume 28, Issue 2, pages 407–411, January 1975
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Dacey, R. (1975), THE EFFECTS OF THEORY AND DATA IN ECONOMIC PREDICTION. Kyklos, 28: 407–411. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-6435.1975.tb01954.x
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