misdevelop

misdevelop

(ˌmɪsdɪˈvɛləp)
vb
to develop in a faulty or abnormal manner
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With the collapse of the planned economy in 1991, Russia proved to be not so much a developed as a misdeveloped country, unable to sell most of its products in non-captive markets.
Switzerland is a developed country, whereas Armenia is borderline between developed and developing country, often characterized as a "misdeveloped" country (under the Soviet System);
The latter have argued that colonized societies have been fundamentally underdeveloped, misdeveloped, or unevenly developed as a result of colonization and imperialism and that this process must be understood as historical rather than natural or cultural.
To him, much of the old economy had been misdeveloped into a "necroeconomy," a dead economy of value detraction that could not produce anything of value.