Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of incentive.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The short term incentives Mr Snowball is eligible to receive also increase, from 100 per cent of his base pay to 125 per cent.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Short term incentives to jump start nuclear energy, to jump start natural gas truck fleets, to jump start electric cars in four or five years, I think are appropriate given the urgency of the problem.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Ministers mothballed immediate plans for wheelie bin 'incentives' last week after elected local councils proved reluctant to volunteer for trials.

    Democracy Labour style

  • Many are small business people with but one to ten rentals yet, our State, County and City offer millions of dollars in "incentives" to multi million and billion dollar corporations whose profits go out of state.

    Keep your hands out of my pocket

  • In the 63-page report, Goldman admits that some clients said "in some circumstances the firm weighs its interests and short term incentives too heavily."

    Goldman Details Segment Changes

  • "In some circumstances," the resulting report declares, "the firm weighs its interests and short-term incentives too heavily."

    GOLDMAN UNDER FIRE: Megabank Reveals New Information On Trading Activities

  • And she'll have long-term incentives valued at as much as $4 million a year.

    Chutzpah in the C-Suite: Watching Out for No. 1

  • So ... there's no need for the quotes around the word commercial, even if the commercial companies get incentives from the government to solve government problems.

    NASA Budget Update - NASA Watch

  • We have seen calls for everything: calls to raise spending, cut consumption or other taxes, remove specific regulations such as the National Minimum Wage, or create short-term incentives for firms to take on new employees.

    The Long View on British Growth

  • There just needs to be a much closer alignment in incentives between marginal Senators and the greater portion of their party.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Road Not Taken

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