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incentive

a. an additional payment made to employees as a means of increasing production
b. (as modifier): an incentive scheme

Incentive

A discount, contribution, or amenity offered to a lessee of a property or facility.
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There is cap of Rs 10 lakh on financial disincentive," Gupta said.
The spike in unemployment during the last recession rekindled the debate over disincentives from unemployment insurance.
Removing this economic disincentive in the tax code will speed the penetration of LNG and propane vehicles into the marketplace, and expand the use of LNG and propane vehicles on America's roadways.
Each of those program structures was shown to have unique attributes, but all were found to pose major disincentives, massive financial costs and barriers to public acceptance.
Past empirical research has produced a range of estimates regarding the disincentive effects of UI benefits on job search in the United States.
TRAI in its release says the "purpose of the regulations is to prescribe financial disincentives on the service providers for failure to meet the prescribed Quality of Service benchmarks of Broadband service.
James Sherk of the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank, said that unemployment insurance as a disincentive to look for work is not merely conservative spin, but a "universal finding" that liberal economists, including some in the Obama administration, have also espoused.
Relatedly, limited funding for programs overall and for the amount available to individual landowners was the most frequently identified disincentive to participation in USDA's programs.
He notes that higher fares and fees for late travelers "seems more like a disincentive to ever use that airline again, rather than a disincentive to miss flights.
Some term-limit opponents even claim that the laws are a big disincentive for women and blacks to run for office.
IREM believes such a requirement will result in a disincentive for property owners to conduct regular maintenance on their properties.