3.9 Further reading
- Goodwin, P. and G. Wright (2009). Decision analysis for management judgment. 4th ed. Chichester: Wiley.
- Kahn, K. B. (2006). New product forecasting: an applied approach. M.E. Sharpe.
- Ord, J. K. and R. Fildes (2012). Principles of business forecasting. South-Western College Pub.
- Fildes, R. and P. Goodwin (2007a). Against your better judgment? How organizations can improve their use of management judgment in forecasting. Interfaces 37(6), 570–576.
- Fildes, R. and P. Goodwin (2007b). Good and bad judgment in forecasting: lessons from four companies. Foresight: The International Journal of Applied Forecasting 8, 5 –10.
- Harvey, N. (2001). “Improving judgment in forecasting”. In: Principles of Forecasting: a handbook for researchers and practitioners. Ed. by J. S. Armstrong. Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp.59–80.
- Rowe, G. (2007). A guide to Delphi. Foresight: The International Journal of Applied Forecasting 8, 11–16.
- Rowe, G. and G. Wright (1999). The Delphi technique as a forecasting tool: issues and analysis. International Journal of Forecasting 15, 353–375.
- Eroglu, C. and K. L. Croxton (2010). Biases in judgmental adjustments of statistical forecasts: The role of individual differences. International Journal of Forecasting 26(1), 116–133.
- Franses, P. H. and R. Legerstee (2013). Do statistical forecasting models for SKU-level data benefit from including past expert knowledge? International Journal of Forecasting 29(1), 80–87.
- Goodwin, P. (2000). Correct or combine? Mechanically integrating judgmental forecasts with statistical methods. International Journal of Forecasting 16(2), 261–275.
- Sanders, N., P. Goodwin, D. Önkal, M. S. Gönül, N. Harvey, A. Lee and L. Kjolso (2005). When and how should statistical forecasts be judgmentally adjusted? Foresight: The International Journal of Applied Forecasting 1, 5–23.
- Green, K. C. and J. S. Armstrong (2007). Structured analogies for forecasting. International Journal of Forecasting 23(3), 365–376.
- Önkal, D., K. Z. Sayım and M. S. Gönül (2012). Scenarios as channels of forecast advice. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 80(4), 772-788.