Case Presentation by Group 2.pptx - What School Teachers And Sumo Wrestlers Have In Common-ECONOMICS CASE STUDY GROUP 2 S Group Member s Aayush Bhatta

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S What School Teachers And Sumo Wrestlers Have In Common? -ECONOMICS CASE STUDY GROUP 2
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Group Member s Aayush Bhatta Roll No:18713 Laja Shakya Roll No:18786 Priyanka Shakya Roll No:18788 Rupsi Parajuli Roll No:18766 Smaran Rai Roll No:18777 Srijan Mahat Roll No:18760 Tathagat Pyakurel Roll No:18775
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CONTENTS 1.Incentive s 1.Incentive s 2.Case Studies & Analysis 2.Case Studies & Analysis 3.Cross Case Analysis 3.Cross Case Analysis 4.Conclusi on 4.Conclusi on 5.Referenc es 5.Referenc es
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Incentives The thing that motivates or encourages someone to do something, Simply a means of urging people to do more of a good thing and less of a bad thing, May not come organically.
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Types Of Incentives. Economic Incentive : Motivates people with the promise of money or goods. Social Incentives : Motivates people to respond in such a way they care about how they will be viewed by others. Moral Incentives : Motivates people to choose what is widely regarded as the right thing to do, related with self-esteem, guilt etc.
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Positive and Negative incentives Positive incentives reward reward people for making certain choices or behaving in a certain way. Examples - free time to students, promotion, etc. Negative incentives penalize people for making certain choices or behaving in a certain way. Examples –fines, penalties, etc.
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Smoking Smoking is injurious to health. Incentives to not to smoke does not come naturally. The addition of 3$ per pack “sin tax” – economic incentive. Banning cigarettes in restaurants – moral incentive. Government asserting that terrorists raise money by selling black market cigarettes –social incentive.
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Blood Donation Considered a volunteering work, Given a small stipend for donating blood rather than being praised for their altruism, Result: Less blood donation, What if: $5000 for 1 pint of blood?= Economic Incentives, Negative impact: Cheaters come into play, steal blood, pass off animal blood etc.
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