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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of misallocate.

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Examples

  • An improper buying decision based on imperfect information can be tragic – it misallocates resources in the market – and misallocated resources in a market can cause all sorts of collateral damage.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Double Standard of Libertarian Paternalism

  • We need to spend it better, starting by reforming a third party payment system that promotes waste, limits choice, and misallocates resources.

    GOP unveils new health care ad campaign

  • Artificially lowering market interest rates by printing money misallocates resources and misdirects economic activity.

    Fiat Money in Crisis

  • It's the taking of resources from the private economy which allocates them fairly efficiently and gives them to the government which misallocates them via misguided wealth redistribution policies, through the subsidy of unviable industries or just plain cronyism.

    Goolsbee Is Mistaken, Congress Is Spending Too Much

  • An improper buying decision based on imperfect information can be tragic – it misallocates resources in the market – and misallocated resources in a market can cause all sorts of collateral damage.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Double Standard of Libertarian Paternalism

  • The boom in lending and money creation results in rising prices, which misallocates what little savings actually exist.

    Why Jobs Are AWOL

  • The boom in lending and money creation results in rising prices, which misallocates what little savings actually exist.

    Why Jobs Are AWOL

  • The boom in lending and money creation results in rising prices, which misallocates what little savings and investment there actually is.

    Michael Pento: The Reason Why Jobs Are AWOL

  • The boom in lending and money creation results in rising prices, which misallocates what little savings actually exist.

    Why Jobs Are AWOL

  • The boom in lending and money creation results in rising prices, which misallocates what little savings actually exist.

    Why Jobs Are AWOL

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