Why Are Economists So Bad at Forecasting Recessions?
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Why Are Economists So Bad at Forecasting Recessions?

(Bloomberg Businessweek) -- In 1966, four years before securing the Nobel Prize for economics, Paul Samuelson quipped that declines in U.S. stock prices had correctly predicted nine of the last fiv...
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