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Philip L. Harvey

Human rights economist and lawyer. Rutgers University. · bio


Universal Basic Income disagreed by Philip L. Harvey
It is hardly surprising in this environment that many progressives find the BI idea attractive. It promises important benefits that market economies rarely have been able to deliver. But if the right to work and income support proclaimed in the Universal Declaration can be secured at lower cost than a BI guarantee, the BI idea loses much of its luster. A society that used... See More
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