The prevention of occupational injuries and illness: the role of economic incentives
This paper is concerned with the role of economic incentives in achieving beneficial occupational health and safety outcomes. This debate (to the extent that there has actually been a debate rather than a process of largely uncritical acceptance) has been largely dominated by the issue of insurance pricing and, in particular, experience rating of employer premiums. However, there are at least two other areas in which it has been argued that economic incentives in this area may operate. The...[Show more]
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