Definition of Incentive scheme
1. Noun. A formal scheme for inducing someone (as employees) to do something.
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Literary usage of Incentive scheme
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1. OECD Economic Surveys by OECD Staff (2003)
"Special savings incentive scheme Under the terms of the scheme, for every amount saved in a special savings incentive account (SSIA), an additional 25 per ..."
2. OECD Science, Technology and Industry Outlook 2002by OECD Staff, Organisation for Economic Co-operation, OCDE, Development. by OECD Staff, Organisation for Economic Co-operation, OCDE, Development. (2002)
"Consideration is being given to a tax incentive scheme for large firms as well. ... Spain has introduced a number of reforms to its tax incentive scheme to ..."
3. Innovation Policy and Performance: A Cross-Country Comparison by OECD Staff, Oecd (2005)
"Good practice: the fiscal incentive scheme for R&D (WBSO) The Dutch fiscal incentive scheme WBSO stands out from other fiscal incentive schemes since it ..."
4. Effect of Exotic Tree Plantations on Plant Diversity and Biological Soil by F. Bernhard-Reversat (2001)
"An innovative incentive scheme can be designed for this purpose. ... In the development of such an incentive scheme, the following basic premises should be ..."
5. Austria by Christopher Prinz, Gudrun Biffl (2005)
"A bonus-malus incentive scheme was introduced in 1996 to penalise employers firing a worker over the age of 50 and to reward those hiring an unemployed ..."