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immiserization

(ɪˌmɪzəraɪˈzeɪʃən) or

immiserisation

n
the process of immiserizing
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1) The concern about immiserizing growth on the continent has motivated a recent stream of studies on 'paradigm shifts'.
Despite the absence of terms of trade effects, aid would be immiserizing if--(dY + PdN) > dT, that is, if a fall in the value of output from the production sectors more than offsets the value of the incoming foreign aid.
Tariffs, Foreign Capital and Immiserizing Growth, Journal of, International Economics, 7: 317-322.
In a way, PTAs create a raise to the bottom, as they appear to create immiserizing growth.
1973: The theory of immiserizing growth: further application.
Kaplinksy R, M Morris and J Readman (2002) 'The globalisation of product markets and immiserizing growth: lessons from the South African furniture industry', World Development 30(7).
In the Heckscher-Ohlin model, international competitiveness is enhanced through either export- or import-biased growth, assuming that the export-biased growth is not immiserizing.
By contrast, the Uruguay Round raised few such worries: the diversity of issues, the multitude of countries, and the lack of political salience of the vastly greater poverty of countries other than Mexico, were guarantors of equanimity over the issue of trade with poor countries and its immiserizing effect on our own poor.
There is already concern that the entry of a large number of developing countries into the market for unskilled manufactured exports could produce a significant terms-of-trade impact and immiserizing growth.
Moreover, the paradoxes of immiserizing growth disappear.
Tariffs, Foreign Capital and Immiserizing Growth', Journal of International Economics, 7, 317-22.