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- adv. In a distributional manner
- adv. With regard to distribution
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We should reject Julius Pokorny's Indo-European root *kaput which is poorly justified both phonetically and distributionally.
International experience indicates that the provision of infrastructure is not distributionally neutral, says Ben Fine.
This distributionally-neutral growth led to tremendous improvements in the material well-being of poor Vietnamese.
His tax policies are interesting - but lack enough protections to assure they are distributionally neutral.
The costs of holding to the agreement in all contingencies include perceptions of unfairness—distributionally, in process, from surprises, and from treachery, for example.
The Brookings World Resources Institute study mentioned above demonstrates that this is a distributionally neutral proposal.
Given that I don’t think the appropriate baseline is that everything should be paid for by someone else, this is problematic precisely to the extent that it is distributionally unfair, and I think that’s a very hard question.