Definition of Overutilisation
1. Noun. Exploitation to the point of diminishing returns.
Generic synonyms: Development, Exploitation
Derivative terms: Overexploit, Overuse
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Literary usage of Overutilisation
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report of the Hundred and Nineteenth Round Table on Transport Economics Held by Centre Economic Research, (Paris) European Conference of Ministers, Economics Round Table on Transport (2002)
"overutilisation would then lead to private arrangements unless it can be compensated by falling unit control costs or additional externalities. ..."
2. Report of the Hundred and Thirteenth Round Table on Transport Economics by ECMT Staff, Ecmt, (Bruxelles) Economic Research Centre, economics Round table on transport, Economic Research Centre (2001)
"A marginal increase in volume can result in lower per unit costs in the case of underutilisation and in higher per unit costs in the case of overutilisation ..."
3. Democracy, Decentralisation and Deficits in Latin America by Kiichiro Fukasaku, Ricardo Hausmann (1998)
"Government revenue can be thought of as a common resource that is perceived as underpriced and hence is subject to overutilisation. ..."
4. Rebalancing the Public and Private Sectors: Developing Country Experience by O. Bouin (1991)
"In this viewpoint, the overutilisation of capital in die public enterprises stems from the low cost of this particular factor of production, in comparison ..."
5. Towards High-performing Health Systems: Policy Studies by Elizabeth Docteur (2004)
"Underuse of accepted services Next to overutilisation of procedures, universally accepted and widely known treatment standards are not followed in daily ..."