misallocation

mis·al·lo·cate

 (mĭs-ăl′ə-kāt′)
tr.v. mis·al·lo·cat·ed, mis·al·lo·cat·ing, mis·al·lo·cates
To allocate (resources or capital, for example) wrongly or inappropriately.

mis′al·lo·ca′tion n.

misallocation

(mɪsˌæləˈkeɪʃən)
n
improper or wrong allocation
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The constitutional provisions for the composition of the legislature were flagrantly neglected by INEC and these has occasioned injustice, misallocation of resources, distrust among the component states, agitations and in some extreme cases blood bath'.
It is the government sector that is mainly responsible for the investment misallocation that characterises so much recent Chinese growth," Pettis said.
for alleged violations of the anti-fraud rules and for alleged misallocation of broker-dealer expenses, which resulted in monetary relief of $30 million for alleged misallocation of broken deal expenses.
To the direct fiscal costs must be added the costs of EU laws for the 90% of the UK economy not exporting to the EU; the loss of our 200-mile fishing rights; excessive or duplicate EU bureaucracy; EU fraud and corruption; misallocation of resources; EU forced match spending; lost opportunity costs.
The authors apply the analysis of Hsieh and Klenow (2009) to assess the degree of resource misallocation in the Republic of Korea manufacturing sector from 1982 to 2007.
As we move from coal energy to solar energy, government incentives and subsidies to the solar sector can lead to misallocation of capital.
It then considers the role of upgrading the tax system to boost productivity, with discussion of resource misallocation and how the design of the tax system may affect resource allocation.
It presents a set of different reasons for the divergence with developed economies since the mid-1990s that are associated with an increasing misallocation of capital, labour and skills both at a sectoral and firm level.
The SEC has also scrutinized misallocation of broken deal expenses (diligence expenses related to unsuccessful buyout opportunities) to an advisor's private equity funds.
Skill shortages can constrain the ability of companies to innovate and adopt new technologies, the report says, while skill mismatches reduce labor productivity because of the misallocation of workers to jobs.
Second, the third-best-allocatively-efficient character of the protocol is also manifest in its instructing the economic-efficiency analyst to base his or her conclusions about the effect of the choices they are reviewing on the amount of some categories of resource misallocation in the economy as a whole on TBLE estimates/guesstimates of their impacts on the amount of such resource misallocation in a TBLE-large random sample of the economy's ARDEPPSes.
As a result, Chinese listed companies often face financial constraints, and the microcosmic factors of capital misallocation are much complicated [1,2].