Survey Results: Values versus Incentives

Last week, I wrote a post “Which is the Better Motivator – Values or Incentives?”, and invited folks to participate in a quick survey. In it, participants had to choose one or the other–values or incentives–as the better motivator for action with regards to “environmental issues.” A number of you weighed in via Facebook, Google+, and . . . → Read More: Survey Results: Values versus Incentives

Which is the Better Motivator – Values or Incentives?

What motivates you more? Is it values (“It’s the right thing to do”) or is it incentives (“This helps me in some way, so I’ll do it”)? Recently I’ve been reading a bunch on environmental ethics. One of the interesting things I’ve noticed is that there is a lot of research and data out there demonstrating . . . → Read More: Which is the Better Motivator – Values or Incentives?