Predicting Effectiveness of Incentive Programs for Various Groups of Navy Officers.
CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES ARLINGTON VA INST OF NAVAL STUDIES
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The paper develops a method for estimating the effectiveness of officer incentive programs, making allowance for continuance probabilities for officers with different service intentions. Data from the 1965 INS Officer Survey are used to estimate the effectiveness of several combinations of incentives for retaining officers in certain age and designator groups. The study also explores methods for relating incentive appeal to officer quality, career objectives, and source of commission. Author
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