Definition of Misallocations

1. Noun. (plural of misallocation) ¹



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Definition of Misallocations

1. misallocation [n] - See also: misallocation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misallocations

misallegation
misallegations
misallege
misalleged
misalleges
misalleging
misalliance
misalliances
misallied
misallies
misallocate
misallocated
misallocates
misallocating
misallocation
misallocations (current term)
misallot
misallotment
misallotments
misallots
misallotted
misallotting
misally
misallying
misalter
misaltered
misaltering
misalters
misanalyse
misanalysed

Literary usage of Misallocations

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1. Conscription: A Select and Annotated Bibliography by Martin Anderson, Valerie Bloom (1976)
"Includes discussion of available quantitative techniques whose implementation could help prevent misallocations. ..."

2. Mega-City Growth and the Future by Roland J. Fuchs (1994)
"Of course, health, education, and nutrition interventions in many developing countries still suffer from some misallocations and inefficiencies. ..."

3. The Bicentennial Census: New Directions for Methodology in 1990 by Constance F. Citro, Michael L. Cohen (1985)
"In general, these errors were geographic misallocations, that is, people were counted but in the wrong block. Occasionally, processing errors were ..."

4. The Eizenstat Report and Related Issues Concerning United States and Allied edited by James A. Leach (1999)
"Certainly there was in this procedure room for any number of German misallocations, mistakes, duplications, waste; personal looting by Nazis I'm talking ..."

5. Inflation and Growth in China: Proceedings of a Conference Held in Beijing edited by Manuel Guitian, Robert Mundell (1998)
"There exist numerous cases of bureaucratically conceived public works projects that have resulted in gross misallocations of scarce resources and social ..."

6. Oecd Economic Surveys: Norway 2007 by Oecd (2007)
"... opportunity costs for university students imply inefficiently long studies and misallocations of human capital (Chapter 5). The fact that the one-third ..."

7. Brazil's Minimum Price Policy and the Agricultural Sector of Northeast Brazil by Roger W. Fox (1979)
"Longer run misallocations result because some producers emphasize short-term investments, flexibility, and diversification. Both internal and external ..."

8. Agricultural Research Policy in Nigeria by Francis Sulemanu Idachaba (1980)
"... which could result in large misallocations of scarce research resources—a not uncommon situation in Nigeria's recent agricultural history. ..."

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