About This Project
We aim to investigate what incentives are most effective in encouraging people to apply for green jobs. This is justified by the delay between the adoption of new techno-economic paradigms and the corresponding change in lifestyles—including job hunting. Institutions struggle to create conditions that, in addition to firms, benefits workers, while ‘green’ moral hypocrisy still affects occupational choices.
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