verb (used with object), in·cen·ti·vized, in·cen·ti·viz·ing.
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Example sentences from the Web for incentivize
As a result, taxpayers will be incentivized to engage in aggressive and socially costly tax gaming to fall within the haphazardly drawn lines.Georgia Senator David Perdue Privately Pushed for a Tax Break for Rich Sports Teamowners|by Robert Faturechi and Justin Elliott|November 20, 2020|ProPublica
Instagram and TikTok have each opened their wallets to creators, incentivizing them to continue to post to their respective platforms.‘A different atmosphere than couple months ago’: How the Instagram-TikTok rivalry for creators has cooled|Tim Peterson|November 16, 2020|Digiday
Here, viewing the costs and benefits of our system through a different lens incentivizes stronger public health, housing, and education systems.Why We Need a Collective Vision to Design the Future of Health|Abner Mason|November 11, 2020|Singularity Hub
League leaders said at the time they would reconsider the issue and attempt to come up with a better way to incentivize diversity in hiring.NFL owners vote to incentivize increasing diversity; playoffs to expand if regular season cut short|Mark Maske|November 10, 2020|Washington Post
The bills overlapped in that they both increase the use of body cameras, incentivize state and local police departments to not use chokeholds, and make lynching a federal crime.‘Defund the Police’ Doesn’t Mean Dystopia in America|Truthbetold|November 10, 2020|TruthBeTold.news
This month, Uber and Lyft launched in Miami, the former incentivizing locals with $200 worth of free rides.
Employer- provided health care distorts labor markets by incentivizing workers to stay put.
British Dictionary definitions for incentivize
- 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