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Application of the Delphi method to short-range price predictions on the fruit market

, : Application of the Delphi method to short-range price predictions on the fruit market. Acta Horticulturae (77): 223-230

The Delphi method is described and two examples are given to show that it can be applied to short-range price predictions on the fruit market.

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