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  • n. The act or process of incentivizing.


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incentivize +‎ -ation


  • Nearly everyone seems to focus on some aspect of the incentivization issue: Whether increasing the liability on shareholders resolves the agency cost problem that nearly everyone seems to believe lurks beneath bank failures.

    Robert Teitelman: Tyler Cowen Tackles the Big-bank Problem

  • And it is a business: One reason these schemes are spreading is thanks to the vigorous marketing of companies that have sprung up to administer the national fad for incentivization.

    Age of Incentives: Paying Big Bucks For Puny Results

  • If embryo rescue becomes common, it may have as an unintended consequence the further legitimization and encouragement, even financial incentivization, of the aforementioned activities.

    The difficult issue of embryonic adoption

  • This, of course, flies in the face of our cultural memes about incentivization.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Sort of wondering about the whole tipping thing.

  • Here I think my observations about upsetting coworkers is particularly salient with respect to incentivization.

    People vote for identity

  • He said investors wanted to know how the carried interest is divided among the private-equity firm's managers "to ensure broad incentivization and minimize the risk of members of the team leaving."

    Private-Equity Investors Flex Their Muscles

  • Overlooking all THESE concerns is a lack of incentivization - especially with longer surveys.

    The Mapping Principle: Open for Comment

  • There are other companies that are primarily interested in taking advantage of the platform from an incentivization [perspective], for their employees or business to business.

    Happy Golfers and Sponsors

  • This would bring greater market logic and competition to the incentivization of renewable energy.

    Green Power

  • It is more likely that as economics departments deal in the realities of monetary and fiscal policy as well as incentivization they are dissuaded from making very many “should” statements as their hypotheses must be necessarily based in fact (Unlike some of the softer “sciences”).

    The Academy’s Leftward Shift?


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