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  • v. Present participle of incentivise.


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  • And by that I don’t mean primarily accountability among the employees who (Austrian economists might say) will be living in incentivising fear of job loss, but rather accountability of the elected head of the office who can’t hide behind civil service rules to disclaim personal responsibility for what the office does. Imagine the Ineffective Assitance of Counsel Motions

  • In testimony on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius touted community health centers as well as various local and state programs that had proven successful in "incentivising" coverage.

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  • Dugmore said government was considering "incentivising" schools to sell under-utilised or excess land.

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  • At least, it was pleasant until Tony Blair said "incentivising" on the radio.

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  • Great Debate contenders hypothecate a beter NSW IF anyone is concerned about the future of NSW, fear not: Premier Kristina Keneally has committed to "incentivising" and "hypothecating" our way out of trouble. | Top Stories

  • Mr Lambert called for a range of policy measures including: ensuring young people are not priced out of the jobs market getting more value out of existing support available for young people such as incentivising firms to take on more apprentices than they need identifying sectors with the potential to generate large numbers of jobs making sure young people know how to apply for jobs while still at school


  • Artificially incentivising them with the private tax that is a patent and ensuring that the consumer is never the one who pays for the product must surely be distorting.

    Is Copyright Necessary?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • As far as the incentive to keep what you earn, does being a hamburger flipping drone at the local scottish clown restaurant supposed to be incentivising?

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  • Fundamentally, the principles underpinning the review include incentivising long-term sustainable performance linked to risk and continued improvement of alignment with shareholders.

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  • Collaborative working should be rewarded, thus motivating and incentivising employees to change their attitudes and behaviours. … (p. 126)

    Cultivating collaboration « pwcom 2.0


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