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Raimund Schwind

Raimund Schwind

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  • I find it strange that this is being approached by many as a failure, even an obvious failure, that the employment rate of the participants wasn't higher than the control group. What's interesting here for me is that it was statistically no influence on it at all. This means that basic income would not have a negative effect on the desire for people to be employed, but that many other positive effects are nonetheless achieved by ubi.

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