Public Finance and Social Protection

What we know and what we don't know about universal basic income

Trials show how universal basic income performs in both stable and volatile settings. Image: Unsplash/Edgar Chaparro

John Crowley

Chief of Research, Policy and Foresight, UNESCO

Iulia Sevciuc

Lead, Inclusive Policies and Data-Driven Policy Change, UNESCO

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John Crowley and Iulia Sevciuc
Results of Finland's basic income experiment. Image: Kela

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