Would a Universal Basic Income Be Good for the Economy? – MIT Technology Review


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Would a Universal Basic Income Be Good for the Economy?
MIT Technology Review
A study from the Roosevelt Institute has concluded exactly that. It suggests that a government handout to every American of $12,000 a year, no strings attached, would boost the U.S. economy to the tune of a cumulative 12.5-13 percent over eight years.
A $1000 per month cash handout would grow the economy by $2.5 trillion, new study saysCNBC
Universal basic income would grow the economy PERMANENTLY, claims left-leaning think tankDaily Mail

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