Gross substitutes and Immiserizing Growth
In a pure exchange economy immiserizing growth occurs when an increase in the endowment of one trader results in a new equilibrium where that trader has lower utility. This paper demonstrates that such perverse behavior is ruled out when excess demands satisfy a particular gross substitute condition.
Hands, Douglas Wade. 1986. "Gross Substitutes and Immiserizing Growth." Economics Letters 21(4): 353-356.