Operations Research and National Planning, a Dissent

Published in: Operations Research, v. 5, no. 5, letters to the editor, Oct. 1957, p. 718-723

Posted on RAND.org on January 01, 1957

by Charles Johnston Hitch

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Charles Hitch presents a dissenting point of view to Russell Ackoff's address published in Operations Research (August 1957, p. 457-468), that discussed the role of operations research in national planning and in investment resource allocation in particular.

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