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underutilization

Definitions

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  • n. The state of being underutilized

Etymologies

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under- +‎ utilization

Examples

  • You have to relate them to the extent of labor and capital underutilization, which is a human measure of the aggregate demand deficiency.

    Marshall Auerback: The US Dollar: Don't Just Do Something, Stand There!

  • First, absurd arithmetical standards are allegedly used to detect hiring discrimination (i.e., "underutilization").

    The Fight Over University Women

  • We presume that "underutilization" has taken place when we know there has been a clear pattern of discrimination against the group in question.

    The Fight Over University Women

  • The coalition called on a moratorium of the controversial "Renaissance 2010" plan to privatize Chicago Public Schools - ostensibly under the rubric of "underutilization" and "failing test scores", though poised to accelerate trends of gentrification and displacing low-income communities. at least five closed schools, five more schools consolidated into other schools, and five more schools slated for phase-out Teachers for Justice: Stop the Proposed School Closings!!

    Chicago Indymedia

  • Ilya Somin says: could there be a difference between "underutilization" and "underdevelopment" or

    The Volokh Conspiracy

  • And mere "underutilization," the majority concludes, is not enough to justify the condemnation of property as "blighted."

    The Volokh Conspiracy

  • I haven't read the actual rulings, but based on the quotes, could there be a difference between "underutilization" and "underdevelopment" or "stagnation"?

    The Volokh Conspiracy

  • However, the central holding of Kaur - that "underutilization" isn't enough to prove blight - is in clear tension with the Atlantic Yards decision.

    The Volokh Conspiracy

  • That's why the blight study in that case had to rely on "underutilization" as the justification for concluding that the area was blighted. loki13 says:

    The Volokh Conspiracy

  • Like its findings for Columbia, AKRF's findings for Ratner were largely premised on "underutilization" based on the same 60% FAR benchmark.

    Atlantic Yards Report

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