“Enhancing group-based judgmental forecasting: processes and priorities”
- Demonstrations of the efficacy of particular techniques
- Elucidations of the mechanisms by which improvements in forecasting validity are obtained
- Advances in the applications of techniques that combine, or resolve disagreements between, the judgments of individual forecasters
- Theoretical evaluations of group-based forecasting
If you are interested in contributing to this special issue, please submit a one-page abstract to both editors of the special issue for an initial assessment. A quick response will be given regarding the suitability of the paper for the special issue. The deadline for submission of full papers is 1 June 2009 and we are aiming for the special issue to be published by summer 2010. All papers submitted will go through a double blind review process and only those papers that meet the requirements of the International Journal of Forecasting would be accepted for publication.
Please submit your initial abstract electronically to both editors listed below:
Durham Business School
Institute of Food Research
Michele Hibon has provided the justifiably famous M-, M2-, and M3-competition data sets in Excel format to make it easier for researchers to use them for testing alternative forecasting methods. The data are available on the Researchers’ page under Data.
- Forecasting Dictionary Improvement (December 30, 2002) - Of general interest
An alphabetical listing of all terms defined in the Dictionary has been added to the Dictionary search page - this will allow you to page through the definitions of interest to you or to find a term you have been unable to find intuitively through the search function.