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Florida during Hurricane season relies on prediction markets. The safety of floridains and their livelyhood depend on it. If a prediction is wrong, it could mean dire consequences. In 1992, forecasters didn't predict that Hurricane Andrew would hit South Florida. But have you ever thought about how prediction markets work? Private sector vs. Government predictions, and the economics behind it? UM Business School's Dr. David Kelly will be on Sunday to explain.