The design of economic incentive schemes to promote working environment embetterment has proven complicated. The contribution list some central preconditions and tools of an economic incentive model for improving the working environment. The economic incentive is proposed built into the compulsory work injury compensation system, that a number of European countries operate. Building on an understanding of enterprise decision processes and ressources, it is suggested to implement a range of tools targetting different groups of enterprises. The central tools are bonus schemes, a special scheme for small enterprises, a marketing label and low interest investment aid. It is finally discussed what contrains the implementation of such a scheme can be confronted with.
|Title of host publication||IEA '97 Proceedings Volume 2 Designing- Environmental Design- Environmental Hazards- Economics|
|Place of Publication||Helsinki|
|Publication status||Published - 1997|
|Event||The 13th Triennial Conference of IEA - Tampere, Finland|
Duration: 29 Jun 1997 → 4 Jul 1997
|Conference||The 13th Triennial Conference of IEA|
|Period||29/06/1997 → 04/07/1997|