mismeasurement

Related to mismeasurement: outlined, scrutinised, overhyped, misattributed

mismeasurement

(ˌmɪsˈmɛʒəmənt)
n
an inaccurate or incorrect measurement
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Ignoring this reality can lead to substantial mismeasurement of the REER, resulting in questionable policy inferences.
The third possibility is mismeasurement. In ongoing work, Christoph Trebesch and I show that many low-income countries had borrowed from official sources, not from the private market (expanding on Reinhart and Trebesch, 2016).
The authors note that future work on this topic needs to address both potential price mismeasurement and the growing role of ICT services, especially cloud computing, which because of data limitations, they were unable to do.
But the CPI-E retains other aspects of the CPI that cause mismeasurement and that may differentially affect seniors, so there remains an open question about how closely the CPI tracks changes in the cost of living for older Americans.
Nonetheless, mismeasurement of the outcome, even in a nondifferential fashion, may have reduced our ability to detect associations.
One in every four patients had a multicentric/multifocal tumor in this study, presumably contributing to the size mismeasurement encountered with preoperative imaging.
(4) We will discuss issues related to mismeasurement of immigrants' genetic diversity in Section III.B and explore alternative groupings of immigrants and information on genetic distance between immigrant groups in Section V.F.
Katharine Abraham disagreed with Gordon, arguing that there are significant parts of the economy for which mismeasurement of TFP and productivity growth are a real concern.
He also received the Abramson Award from the National Association for Business Economics for his paper with David Byrne and Stepen Oliner on "Prices of High-Tech Products, Mismeasurement, and the Pace of Innovation."
There is also an argument about mismeasurement because of the impact of transfer pricing and other factors associated with globalization.
A caveat is that there is a potential mismeasurement of the "true" incidence of default, which we cannot begin to quantify at this time - namely, defaults or accumulated arrears on Chinese loans.
A caveat, as our study highlights, is that there is a potential mismeasurement of the "true" incidence of default, which we cannot begin to quantify at this time -- namely, defaults or accumulated arrears on Chinese loans.