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perfect foresight


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The correct prediction of future events. If there is no uncertainty then an agent can have perfect foresight if they know all relevant information and have a correct model to use for prediction. When there is uncertainty it is not possible to have perfect foresight. Instead, the relevant concept is that of rational expectations.

Subjects: Economics.


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