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Paul De Grauwe

Economist. Professor in European Political Economy at the London School of Economics · wikipedia · twitter

Educated at:

Johns Hopkins University


Economist · University Teacher · Politician

Basic Income disagreed by Paul De Grauwe · 08 Jul 2017
A universal basic income that has the ambition to ban poverty from the world, is then immensely expensive. That doesn’t need to surprise you. To give the poor (a minority in society) a basic income, you have to also provide a basic income to the large majority that doesn’t need it. This leads to new problems. The working majority receives a basic income that stands loose from labor efforts, bu... See More source
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