The Impact of the Forecasting Capacity of One Science on that of Other Sciences
I am pleased and grateful for the opportunity science. to present here some remarks on the interrelation-Generally speaking this subject of ‘science ships of the forecasting capacity of sciences. I geography’ deserves a more systematic treatment hope that my remarks may be considered a useful than is usual. An example or common practice is comment on forecasting; I don’t claim any origi-given in table 1, which is used by the Royal Dutch nality, though. Others have worked on this subject Academy of Sciences. A systematic subdivision more than I have: see, e.g., Intriligator (1988), must satisfy the well-known conditions that the Nordhaus (1987), Theil (1958, 1966), to mention a individual elementary areas few.
|Articles (Jan Tinbergen)|
|International Journal of Forecasting|
|Organisation||Erasmus School of Economics|
Tinbergen, J. (1989). The Impact of the Forecasting Capacity of One Science on that of Other Sciences. International Journal of Forecasting. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/7956