Policy Evaluation in Uncertain Economic Environments

@inproceedings{William2003PolicyEI,
  title={Policy Evaluation in Uncertain Economic Environments},
  author={Anthony William and Durlauf and N. Steven and West},
  year={2003}
}
It will be remembered that the seventy translators of the Septuagint were shut up in seventy separate rooms with the Hebrew text and brought out with them, when they emerged, seventy identical translations. Would the same miracle be vouchsafed if seventy multiple correlators were shut up with the same statistical material? And anyhow, I suppose, if each had a different economist perched on his a priori, that would make a difference to the outcome. 
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