2. Noun. One who does not support equality; a subscriber to inegalitarianism. ¹
3. Adjective. (rare spelling of inegalitarian) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Inegalitarian
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Literary usage of Inegalitarian
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1. Regional Development and Structural Policy in Mexico by Laurent Davezies, Denis Besnainou (1997)
"In a nutshell, and paradoxically, the inegalitarian block grant system actually offsets the highly inegalitarian nature of the allocation of local ..."
2. In a Time of Torture: The Assault on Justice in Egypt's Crackdown on by Human Rights Watch, Human Rights Watch (Organization). (2004)
"Massad dissects the "inegalitarian" thesis in the best pages of his own article. Yet Massad also liberally criticizes ..."
3. Development Is Back by Jorge Braga de Macedo, Colm Foy, Charles Oman (2002)
"In both cases, the distribution of export-related incomes is highly inegalitarian, and the above analysis (in which the export sector profits from an ..."
4. Reconnecting Taxation by Geoff Mulgan, Robin Murray (1993)
"David Miller suggests that a democratically determined distribution of incomes, to the extent that it is conceivable, would be ‘substantially inegalitarian, ..."
5. Economic Opening and Growth in China by Sylvie Démurger (2000)
"We consider this question to be of fundamental importance for China's growth in the long term, since more or less inegalitarian development could give rise ..."
6. Making Markets: Economic Transformation in Eastern Europe and the Post by Shafiqul Islam, Michael Mandelbaum (1993)
"... the main effect is to heighten perceptions of the inegalitarian redistribution of income. GEE is in a deep depression. In Poland, gross national product ..."
7. Nutrition and Development by Margaret R. Biswas, Per Pinstrup-Andersen (1985)
"The most widespread cause of rural poverty is the inegalitarian distribution of land, and the inequitable land tenure systems that prevail in Asia, ..."
8. Conflict and Growth in Africa by Jean-Paul Azam, Christian Morrisson, Sophie Chauvin, Sandrine Rospabé (1999)
"... people and women took to streets, ready to die to end the inegalitarian public spending policies and the corruption of the predatory patronage system. ..."