Definition of Misdistribution

1. Noun. Incorrect or unfair distribution. ¹



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Definition of Misdistribution

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misdistribution

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Literary usage of Misdistribution

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1. Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science by George Woodyatt Hastings, Andrew Edgar, Charles Wager Ryalls, Edwin Pears (1871)
"Up to this time misdistribution could only be accounted for by the neglect of sound laws of political economy, and the misapplication of known principles. ..."

2. The Economy of Consumption: An Omitted Chapter in Political Economy by Robert Scott Moffat (1878)
"... misdistribution by which the value of goods' is destroyed, as when, through over-production, goods are sent to markets where they are not wanted, ..."

3. International Religious Freedom (2000): Report to Congress by the Department edited by Barbara Larkin (2001)
"... June 1999 after residents protested the systematic misdistribution of food and medicine to the detriment of the Shi'a. Fourteen villagers were killed, ..."

4. Industrial Liberty by John Milton Bonham (1888)
"... which conceals under the grand total the mis- distribution of this sum,—a misdistribution by which the industries of part of the citizens are depressed, ..."

5. Fatal Indifference: The G8, Africa and Global Health by Ronald Labonte (2004)
"These general trends in resource allocation reflect and have contributed to a misdistribution of staff, many of whom prefer to work in well-resourced ..."

6. A Critical Review of American Politics by Charles Reemelin (1881)
"... either to public borrowing or to corporations with doubtful virtue, and that it all ended in a general misdistribution of the new country's wealth. ..."

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