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  • n. Insufficient provision.
  • v. To provide less than is necessary.


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under- +‎ provision


  • The pie has to be split too many ways, leading to underprovision of public goods.

    Page-ing Robin Hanson, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • While undoubtedly popular with those who could afford to buy, that initiative has resulted in a massive underprovision of social housing for those in greatest need.

    Letters: Profit motive behind academies

  • However, if tax competition is carried too far, it will reduce welfare by causing an underprovision of public goods.

    Tax Base Mobility

  • Durban region over the past decade, linked with the historic underprovision of services, created a huge backlog in basic services.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • For decades there has been severe underprovision of GAA facilities citywide and in North Belfast in particular.

    Slugger O'Toole

  • The problem with price controls is that it eventually creates underprovision and shortages in the long run.

    Belmont Club

  • My guess is that a good study of underpayments and overpayments in the Medicaid program of the federal government and the states would more than likely give the same kind of result: an error rate in terms of underprovision of benefits that is equal to in percent and dollar amount the overpayment of benefits.

    This Can't Be Happening! - This Can't Be Happening!

  • "Most companies don't have a handle on the storage they're deploying and they're in the dark on what the real business need is, so they overprovision or underprovision rather than putting the right performance and availability in place," said Andrew Reichman, a senior analyst a Forrester.

    Enterprise Storage Forum News

  • The second is that we should fiddle the system somehow in order to reduce the underprovision of these public goods.

    The Register

  • And then I ended up writing a book about positive externalities, All the News That’s Fit to Sell, where I talk about the underprovision of a different type of information, hard news about public affairs.

    Lab Book Club: Meet Jay Hamilton » Nieman Journalism Lab


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