Tim Harford, behavioral economist and columnist at the Financial Times, discusses the following topics:
- How can we see into the future, given the questionable forecasting record of some of the world’s greatest economists?
- What skills or qualities does good forecasting require?
- What do economics and psychology tell us about the limits of economic forecasting, and what are the secrets of the few forecasters with a proven track record?
This is an archived recording of a live broadcast that took place on Friday, 27 November 2015.