That which discourages a particular behaviour; a deterrent. (noun)
Examples of word disincentive
- A disincentive is added to the acquiring of labor.
And it increases the duration of TAA cash payments to three years, from two, which means creating an even longer-term disincentive to get a new job.
Give the rich more money its called and incentive, give the poor more money and its called a disincentive.
The cell phone companies who control those networks have a built-in disincentive to allow that openness; they donâ€™t want to end up squeezed the way ISPs are now, especially since they canâ€™t assert local monopolies the way the land-line-phone and cable companies do now.
Another disincentive was the backlog in infrastructural ser - vice provision - the precondition for improved economic growth, elfare, and qualityof life, the report said.