„My Second Thoughts About Universal Basic Income“…

…ein Beitrag von Tyler Cowen, der so schließt: „Unfortunately, I don’t have a good answer for how to get there, but I worry that permanent subsidies for those who don’t work wouldn’t lead toward solutions. That means effective safety-net policies will continue to be messy and complex. Although the universal basic income idea sounds like a good direct fix, it probably leads in the wrong direction.“

The Washington Post on Universal Basic Income

„To support innovation, subsidize creators.
Each week, In Theory takes on a big idea in the news and explores it from a range of perspectives. This week we’re talking about universal basic income. Need a primer? Catch up here.“

Weitere Texte:
Oren Cass: Basic income won’t fix America’s social divide
Matt Zwolinski: Our welfare system insults the poor. Basic income could do better.
Matt Bruenig: Tired of capitalism? There could be a better way.
Jonathan Coppage: The terrible cost of universal basic income