Guaranteed minimum income debate

Author: Assoc. prof. Diana Sabotinova, PhD

Keywords: guaranteed minimum income, negative income tax, unconditional basic income

Discussion of a guaranteed income reminds us of what a just and fair society must guarantee to everyone: an adequate degree of unconditional economic independence. The debate over a guaranteed income points out some of the key necessary ingredients of economic security for all people. But a guaranteed income alone cannot satisfy the full scope of collective and public responsibility a just society bears for the wealth of its population.

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