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  • Chapter 12 discusses issues in design and use of management performance evaluation and incentive plans to motivate managers to act in the organization’s best interests. Good performance evaluation and incentive plans induce “win-win” results if they avoid incentives for fraudulent financial reporting.

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  • (bq) part 1 book "strategic compensation - a human resource management approach" has contents: strategic compensation, contextual influences on compensation practice, traditional bases for pay, incentive pay, building internally consistent compensation systems,...and other contents.

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  • Economists have long advocated pollution taxes as a policy to improve water quality. One of the reasons water effluent taxes are embraced by economists interested in market-based policies is that sources of water pollution are varied and difficult to assess individually in terms of control costs. In principle, taxes overcome this problem. With a price—the tax—applied to pollution emissions, firms compare the price to their costs of emissions control. If the price is higher than control costs, they reduce emissions rather than pay the tax.

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  • The North Carolina Solar Center at NC State University, in collaboration with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, examined 10 state financial-incentive programs in six states using a case-study approach in order to clarify the key factors—both internal and external to the program—that influence their effectiveness at stimulating deployment of renewable energy technologies. While existing information resources such as the National Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy (DSIRE, www.dsireusa.

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  • Each of the four P’s is a variable you control in creating the marketing mix that will attract customers to your business. Your marketing mix should be something you pay careful attention to because the success of your business depends on it. As a business manager, you determine how to use these variables to achieve your profit potential. This publication introduces the four P’s of marketing and includes worksheets that will help you determine the most effective marketing mix for your business. Your product bundle should meet the needs of a particular target market.

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  • In most of Africa, area expansion has been based on smallholder agriculture in the context of population growth. 2 While countries on the continent range from very land scarce (such as Malawi and Rwanda) to relatively land abundant (such as the Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, and Zambia), large-scale investment has been limited. A key reason for this was that policy distortions against agriculture, especially exports and low public investment in rural areas, have reduced investment incentives, thus limiting the development of Africa’s agricultural potential.

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  • Lecture "Human resource management - Chapter 7: Recognizing employee contributions recognizing employee contributions with pay" presentation of content: Discuss the connection between incentive pay and employee performance, describe how organizations recognize individual performance,... Invite reference.

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  • In general, you’ll have to pay tax on the money you make on a fund. Interest, dividends and capital gains are all treated differently for tax purposes and that will affect your return from an investment. Keep in mind that distributions are taxable in the year you receive them, whether you get them in cash or they are reinvested for you. However, if you hold your mutual funds in a registered plan, you won’t pay income tax on the money you make as long as that money stays in the plan. When you withdraw money from the plan, it will...

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  • One might expect the e ects on buyers and suppliers to be symmetric: for both the current owner and a potential buyer of a particular used car, the increased cost of usage for the current owner of that car if he or she keeps the car will exactly equal the increased cost of usage for the potential buyer, if the two have similar driving habits. In other words, one might expect an increase in gasoline prices to reduce the willingness-to-pay for a particular car by about the same amount that it reduces a potential supplier's willingness-to-accept for that car.

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  • (bq) part 2 book "labor economics" has contents: the wage structure, labor mobility, labor market discrimination, labor unions, incentive pay, unemployment.

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  • It would be ideal, of course, if the emission of all pollutants could be reduced to zero, and the technology may indeed be available for doing so. However, the costs of doing this may be prohibitive in some cases. A balance must be found, therefore, between the amount of pollution control that society is both willing and able to pay for and the amount of environmental damage resulting from pollution. Since there are no straightforward measures of the costs associated with environmental damage, the approach to finding a realistic balance involves a great deal of argument.

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  • Adverse selection arises from different borrowers having different probabilities of repayment. Therefore, to maximise expected return, the bank would like to only lend to borrowers with a high probability of repayment. In order to determine who the good borrowers are, the bank can use the interest rate as a screening device. Unfortunately those who are willing to pay high interest rates may be bad borrowers because they perceive their probability of repayment to be low.

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  • Business owners generally agree on the severity of several operating cost areas. “Tele- phone Costs and Services” and “Electricity Costs (Rates)” are illustrative. “Cost of Supplies/ Inventories” is also an operating cost on which there is general agreement among owners across all sub-groups. Another operating cost on which there is substantial consensus, the “Cost of Energy, Except Electricity,” which ranks 8th in agreement. Note, these costs are common to all businesses. They all pay for telephones, energy, and supplies.

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  • 578 Making Key Strategic Decisions Tax Savings Corporations in the U.S. pay billions each year in corporate income taxes. M&A activity may create tax savings that would not be possible absent the transaction. While acquisitions made solely to reduce taxes would be disallowed, substantial value may result from tax savings in deals initiated for valid business purposes. We consider the following three ways that tax incentives may motivate acquisition activity: 1. Unused operating losses. 2. Excess debt capacity. 3. Disposition of excess cash.

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  • Tax free acquisition A merger or consolidation in which 1) the acquirer's tax basis in each asset whose ownership is transferred in the transaction is generally the same as the acquiree's, and 2) each seller who receives only stock does not have to pay any tax on the gain he realizes until the shares are sold. Tax haven A nation with a moderate level of taxation and/or liberal tax incentives for undertaking specific activities such as exporting or investing. Tax Reform Act of 1986 A 1986 law involving a major overhaul of the U.S. tax code. Tax shield The reduction in...

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  • After studying this chapter, you should be able to: 1. Discuss the main incentives for individual employees. 2. Discuss the pros and cons of incentives for salespeople. 3. Name and define the most popular organizationwide variable pay plans. 4. Describe the main incentives for managers and executives. 5. Outline the steps in developing effective incentive plans.

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  • This report, Medicare’s Quality Improvement Organization Program: Maximizing Potential, is the second in the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) Pathways to Quality Health Care series and was authored by the IOM’s Committee on Redesigning Health Insurance Performance Measures, Pay- ment, and Performance Improvement Programs.

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  • (bq) part 2 book "human resource management" has contents: career development; performance appraisal systems; the organizational reward system; base wage and salary systems; incentive pay systems, employee benefits,...and other contents.

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  • Nine out of ten non-elderly Americans with private health insurance receive it through their employer. 2 People generally understand how job-based coverage works, because it is the most common form of coverage. Employer coverage is subsidized, and nearly all employers pay at least half of the premium. On average, employers pay 83 percent of the cost of single coverage and 73 percent of the cost of family coverage. 3 Therefore, employees have a strong incentive to sign up for employer coverage, regardless of their health or financial status.

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  • First, it is worth remembering that the reduction in reserve demand is in large part the result of the failure of reserves to pay interest. The incentive to economize on reserves was greater when inflation made nominal interest rates much higher than they are today. But even at current interest rates, banks continue to find ways to avoid holding reserves. 13 A falling demand for reserves is far from inevitable if the opportunity cost of holding reserve balances at a central bank is reduced by achieving price stability or by paying interest on reserves.

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