Crowding-out social norms through monetary incentives using environmental policies as an example.

Important note!: I need the table of contents and the abstract page first to discuss the paper with my supervisor. After that I would give another feedback with hints from the supervisor to finish writing the work. Details: This topic deals with the crowding-out of intrinsic motivation by monetary incentives: in addition to basic theoretical explanations for crowding-out, you will focus in particular on the relevance of this phenomenon for environmental policy. Formal models (graphical, analytical) should be used (mandatory in thesis)! Reasoning with the support of formulas, which should always be interpreted. The following structure is given: Abstract (short summary) Table of Contents – Introduction (- research question, – Classification in literature, – Approach Goal: The reader knows what the paper is about, can classify the paper and decide if it is interesting for him. He knows how the work is structured.) – derivation of the research question (Motivation, background, Empirical facts, Goal: The reader recognizes the problem, possibly forms his own expectation and is aware of the questions.) – Main part of the paper (Transfer of the question into theory (abstraction), – Discussion of the question in the “model, – Derivation of the findings, – Critical appraisal including reference to controversial sources, Goal: First, statements are made as precisely as possible in a “defined” environment, then these are relativized) – Conclusion (Summary of the main findings, answering the research question, – Need for research, Objective: The findings are briefly reflected, significant and possibly critical assumptions are called to mind and, on the basis of this, a need for research is identified.) – Bibliography (References) Mandatory/Important literature: Marsiglio, S., & Tolotti, M. (2020). Motivation crowding out and green paradox like outcomes. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 22(5), 1559- 1583. Gneezy,U.,Meier,S.,&Rey-Biel,P.(2011).Whenandwhyincentives(don’t) work to modify behavior. Journal of economic perspectives, 25(4), 191-210. Rode,J.,Gómez-Baggethun,E.,&Krause,T.(2015).Motivationcrowdingby economic incentives in conservation policy: A review of the empirical evidencaqwe. Ecological Economics, 117, 270-282.

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