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We hope that this will be a disincentive to a private sector bid gordon martin
The Joint Economic Committee's report quotes numerous authorities to assert that the theories stating that unemployment insurance is a disincentive are old and out-of-date.
In addition to the disincentives that have characterized the traditional reward structure of higher education (Olcott & Wright, 1995), other factors have been identified as obstacles to participation in distance education in particular.
Accordingly, setters of accounting standards need to consider improvements to the accounting treatment that do not result in a disincentive to those who prudently use credit derivatives for risk-management purposes.
Unlike Britain and the USA, no European country ever adopted circumcision of young males as a disincentive to masturbation.
This paper uses a game-theoretic model to analyze the disincentive effects of low-tuition policies on student effort.
Lieberman and Haar also examine K-12 education costs that are absorbed by other agencies of government (including higher education) as well as the costs of revenue collection and the disincentive effects associated with levying taxes to pay for the schools (what economists term "deadweight loss").
The employer's share is a disincentive to hiring new workers.
So any disincentive to save must be bad for Britain.
Treating some savings options (529 plans) as assets, and others (tuition prepayment plans) as direct resources against cost of attendance, is not appropriate and may work as a disincentive to families' saving for college.
At current price levels, there is a strong incentive for suppliers to produce natural gas, while at the same time there is strong disincentive for consumers to purchase it.
Under the original rule, separate emission controls would have been required for the existing furnace and new in-line flux box, creating a disincentive for better chlorine utilization.