incentivise


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incentivise

verb A back-formation from incentive, meaning to provide an incentive for a particular person or party to do something; motivate.
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Their deep-rooted interests in their social and parochial belongings incentivise them to maintain the status quo.
He clarified that his government is not trying to incentivise consumption, especially not imported consumption.
"We need to incentivise - as soon as you give an empty container a value, you see people's behaviour change."
Manchester Crown Court has heard Waterfall worked for Incentivise, a travel agent based in Lymm, Cheshire, between October 2015 and May 2016.
Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM), a Japan-based automaker, is working on a project to incentivise commuters to car share, in collaboration with Faxi, a ride sharing service.
The official said, "The draft policy will be put up for public consultation in a month or so, and we expect it to be finalised by the second half of the current fiscal." The current thrust now is to incentivise maximum value addition, and the duty structure is geared towards encouraging players to bring in raw modules and components for assembly.
As part of long-running efforts to gain permission to build a third runway, Heathrow has restructured its environmental charges to incentivise airlines to use cleaner, quieter aircraft, to reduce its impact on the local community.
The key form line for punters could be last month's Warwick race in which Incentivise got the better of a stirring duel with the still-unexposed Barton Gift by two lengths.
This is a worthwhile move as many of these products can be expensive and a drop in price would incentivise kicking the habit.
How to give this "push" is not that straightforward, and one of the most heated debates involving innovation revolves around how to best incentivise people to develop and implement new ideas.
There are other methods being tried in different countries to incentivise drivers to slow down.