The Olympics: Athenian maths - The Economist

The Olympics: Athenian maths

The Olympics: Athenian maths - The Economist
The Olympics: Athenian maths
Published Aug 14, 2004
431 words — Published Aug 14, 2004
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Economists predict the medal tally THEY have a dismal track record when it comes to predicting economic growth, exchange rates or the direction of the stockmarket. So you might have expected economists to despair at the thought of forecasting...

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