misevaluation

misevaluation

(ˌmɪsɪvæljʊˈeɪʃən)
n
an erroneous evaluation
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Egypt is a nation truly lacking in political maturity, which leads to the misevaluation of political actions and arguments.
GAO recognized that the misevaluation prejudiced the award since the relaxation of the requirements for the key personnel was not equivalent for both the awardee and the protestor.
Consequently, this may lead to greater price misevaluation and less efficient investment decisions (Merton, 1987).
Therefore, there is a strong need to promote the adoption and use of good practices regarding the implementation of a project selection process which can help to avoid misevaluation in critical situation, particularly in some areas of activities such as the Communication and Information Technology field.
While past misevaluation of risk drove mortgage lenders to the brink of collapse, today risk management has become a key focus.
Afterwards, inconsistency ratios for every matrix are checked in order to determine the misevaluation of comparisons.
Furthermore, even if a certain private lender misevaluates the risk of lending to a student for her education, this misevaluation is not committed in a vacuum.
She was universally denigrated as pampered, intellectually lightweight, and a brake on her husband's careera misevaluation that originated with Freud himself.
Risk managers, generally, set minimum capital requirements based on the VaR measure and an overestimation of the persistence of volatility leads to a misevaluation of the VaR and hence the minimum capital necessary for safety.
This likely stems from a misevaluation of the true home field advantage by bettors.
As a result, we recommended that the VA prepare a new source selection decision for the two locations where the misevaluation prejudiced T-C's chances for award.
In a second psychiatric setting, Marcos (1979) assessed potential misevaluation of clients' mental status due to interpreter-related distortion.