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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Ala, "we are rectifying the misallocation of the NSS through a refund to the market participants who received less than what was due them while collecting from the others who have received more."
'We are rectifying the misallocation of the NSS [net settlement surplus] through a refund to the market participants who received less than what was due them while collecting from the others who have received more,' said PEMC President Oscar E.
(40) There are large differences in the ratio of revenue to inputs across firms and establishments, which may reflect gaps in the value of marginal products and therefore misallocation. (41) Such gaps are best documented in manufacturing and, as Figure 4 suggests, are larger in China and India than in the United States.
tml" target="_blankDam projects worth Sh700 billion across the country have also stalled under a host of corruption claims.The bank also criticises the government for its "outsized role in marketing agriculture outputs", which it says results in the misallocation of resources and crowding out the private sector.
The current system leads to land misallocation and forgone state revenues, and is prone to perceptions of corruption, the report added, noting that in September 2018 the authorities formed a working group under Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, in order to prepare a reform plan for moving toward a transparent, competitive, and market-based mechanism for industrial land allocation, operated through an online platform.
"This Court has held that an alien has to show that the misallocation of the burden of proof could have affected the outcome of the custody redetermination hearing.
He added that it was alleged in the notice that the VC was involved in illegal appointments, making and breaking of committees, incurring of expenditure over and above entitlement, misallocation of budget for kickbacks, abuse of revenue-generating commercial entities and misuse of authority.
However, economic development has been constrained by the legacy of inward-oriented economic policies, weak governance, and a large role for the State in economic activity that has resulted in significant misallocation of resources.
The weather layers are updated every ten minutes or less, allowing carriers to predict en route weather conditions as well as at the destination airport, helping to avoid costly redirects, canceled flights and misallocation of ground handling.
Where the maiden government is still in the process of amalgamation and anti-graft bodies like FIA and NAB are dithering over voluminous corruption cases at home, it seems that going to such disproportionate lengths to rehash a case that just qualifies as fodder for garnering nationalist fervor, is a misallocation of the energy of all the institutions involved.
But we have to take responsibility for the misallocation of Africas resources and take steps to correct that President Kagame said.