disincentive


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Synonyms for disincentive

Synonyms for disincentive

a negative motivational influence

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Telecom regulator Trai has increased the penalty for call drops and imposed stricter financial disincentives, running up to Rs 10 lakh if poor consumer services are provided for three straight quarters.
hope this a disincentive private bid Strike action by RMT members in June forced First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to intervene with an assurance that crew pension conditions would be respected.
Removing the current federal tax disincentive is essential to encouraging additional investment in alternative fuels.
The TRAI says the regulations also provide for deterrent as financial disincentives against false reporting and delay in submission of report of the Quality of Service benchmarks.
Sherk quotes academic studies by Alan Krueger, the current Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy, and Lawrence Summers, current director of the White House's National Economic Council - both to the effect that unemployment insurance is a disincentive to seek work.
In this report, GAO discusses (1) stakeholder views on the incentives and disincentives to participating in USDA programs for the benefit of threatened and endangered species and their suggestions for addressing identified disincentives and (2) coordination efforts by USDA and the U.
If this is not provided, its absence can be the disincentive that prevents their pursuit.
Since the disincentive of fear won't work as well anymore, the incentive of intimacy might help stem the virus's spread.
Data is scarce, as hospitals and physicians have disincentive to report huge costs that are difficult to track or associate with actual patient services.
It was the plaintiff's contention that this disincentive to invest outside of Ohio hindered economic development in other states and, therefore, discriminated against interstate commerce.
A disincentive to litigation is built into the process by the provision that counsel will not represent the party that elects litigation.
Accounting frameworks should improve transparency around business decisions and outcomes without providing a disincentive to better management of risk.
The report warns that having such huge wealth located overseas harms the economy and is a disincentive to foreign investment into Nigeria.
Although Laqueur quotes this document twice, it makes no sense because he has not discussed the vast nineteenth century literature on the value of circumcision as a disincentive to masturbation in boys, and of clitoridectomy to treat the problem in girls.
Organiser and former Neath mayor John Warman said: 'It is a tax on entering Wales, it is a massive disincentive to business and puts pressure on companies trying to start in Wales.