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Productivity and Monetary Incentives-Indian Experience

Indian Experience Subratesh Ghosh Since the sixties there has been widespread controversy, based on studies conducted mostly in the advanced industrial countries of the west, on the role of monetary incentives in motivating workers to better work efforts and consequently raising productivity This paper examines the role of money as an incentive to work performance in India, which is taken as a representative case of the overpopulated developing economies in the third world.

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