„Universal Basic Income“ für Forschungsaktivitäten, eine irreführende Verknüpfung…

…dann besser gleich Klartext: ein Bedingungsloses Grundeinkommen, das auch Wissenschaft und Kunst helfen würde.

Sascha Liebermann

„A Universal Basic Income (UBI) would ensure no one is left behind after the pandemic“

„Why should we pay UBI to rich people?“

Siehe dazu auch den Kommentar zu einer Anmerkung Gregory Mankiws, Professor of Economics an der Havard University, zum Universal Basic Income hier.

Sascha Liebermann

„Not gonna claim this a UBI, but could still be a valuable example“

Economics Professor Wayne Lewchuk on Universal Basic Income

Unconditional Basic Income „functions like a vaccine“ says Scott Santens

Andrew Yang is running for Mayor in New York City

Why not Universal Basic Income without limitation?

Mason hatte schon im vergangenen Sommer in einem Beitrag für den New Statesman in diese Richtung argumentiert:

„As I argued in Postcapitalism: A Guide to Our Future, UBI is not the panacea that its most ardent activists believe it is. It should be conceived not as an anti-crisis measure, nor as a substitute benefit system, but as a one-time and temporary measure to promote the rapid automation of society, and the reduction of necessary work time.“

Sascha Liebermann