Finland's basic-income trial found people were happier, but weren't more likely to get jobs
The final results for a two-year study into basic income in Finland have been published, but the study's design has been criticised by some.
Joseph Zeballos-Roig is an economic policy reporter at Business Insider covering taxes, inequality, and federal spending among other topics. He's also reporting on policy ideas driving the 2020 election like Medicare for All.
He previously reported on national and foreign affairs for WNYC and CBS News. His journalism has appeared in The New Republic, USA Today and The Guardian.
He was also a reporter at the 2017 New York Times Institute. He graduated from Florida State University with a bachelor's degree in international affairs and communications. He also has a master's degree in journalism and European studies from New York University.