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1falta de incentivos femininea disincentive to sth/sb
- these inflation rates are a disincentive to savers — estas tasas de inflación no ofrecen incentivos al ahorrista / no fomentan el ahorro
- Recent government regulations in the United States have provided financial disincentives to discourage the ordering of chemistry panels that contain calcium.
- There ought to be stiffer financial disincentives to owning multiple properties.
- The state has various disincentives to curbing these practices.
- With appropriate training and support, many of these people could be provided with pathways out of the poverty traps that currently act as disincentives to finding work.
- In public healthcare systems, physicians are often salaried employees with compensation plans that may act as disincentives for innovation.
- It says the UK tax regime ‘should be reformed to remove the financial disincentives in Scotland to growing a business beyond a certain level’.
- A precondition for sustainability over the long run in India is to curb our burgeoning population through incentives and disincentives.
- So we will keep on working to break down barriers and disincentives to trade and investment.
- Along with the profound political differences, these beliefs provide disincentives to negotiate and make the serious trade-offs required to end the civil war.
- Does the report reveal what the disincentives and obstacles may be?
- For general practitioners, government legislation imposes financial disincentives for non-compliance in that college's professional development programme.
- Many lecturers, faced with such discouragement and manifest disincentives, succumb to the pressure and base their assessment of students solely on tasks such as essays.
- However, disincentives are the classic method this society uses to discourage anti-social behavior.
- If it is thought, perhaps, that couples face financial disincentives to marry, then fiscal policy might be used to encourage them to marry, or remain married.
- Primary care physicians may also lack sufficient training and face financial disincentives to perform psychodiagnostic testing.
- This close link between contributions and benefits is designed to discourage evasion and labor disincentives.
- An essential ingredient of their success has been that their parents, a physicist and an educator, helped them to negotiate disincentives and obstacles along the way.
- Not that such disincentives dissuade the smart set from guzzling foreign brands.
- Incentives need to be reinforced by disincentives that discourage damaging actions.
- There will be more financial barriers and disincentives to accessible care.
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