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immiserization

(ɪˌmɪzəraɪˈzeɪʃən) or

immiserisation

n
the process of immiserizing
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(5) In this sense, a skewed sex ratio can produce immiserizing growth.
Piketty (2014), for example, echoes Marx by arguing that modern growth is immiserizing because it implies that a growing share of total income is captured by rich elites of capital owners.
109) due to 'immiserizing growth' (2) (Bhagwati, 1958).
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.
To prevent the "immiserizing" of young unskilled workers, Sachs and Kotlikoff argue, the government should tax away some of the "windfall" enjoyed by the owners of capital.
In a way, PTAs create a raise to the bottom, as they appear to create immiserizing growth.
For whom does the smiling curve smile?--China is caught in the immiserizing growth gap.
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).