verb (used with object), in·cen·ti·vized, in·cen·ti·viz·ing.
- incentive pay,
- incentive travel,
Origin of incentivize
Examples from the Web for incentivized
These big paydays have incentivized a record number of Cuban players to defect.Is Major League Baseball Ready For Cuba’s Players?|Ben Jacobs|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“If we want to see Palestinians making the choice of non-violent resistance, that choice has to be incentivized,” said Munayyer.Israel’s Murdered Teenagers and Dying Hopes for Peace|Sarah Shourd|July 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Euro incentivized Germany to export more; southern Europe—plus Ireland—to borrow and consume more.
He signed the law in 2006 that incentivized Californians to install solar electric systems.
- to provide (someone) with a good reason for wanting to do somethingwhy not incentivize companies to relocate?
- to promote (something) with a particular incentivean incentivized share option scheme