Should Australia adopt a universal basic income


09 September 2016
Economy and Tax
Wages and Wealth
One of the big policy discussions at the moment is whether countries should adopt a universal basic income in response the changing nature of work.

A universal basic income is income unconditionally granted to all on an individual basis. The idea of a universal basic income is not new with proposals in the 1970s but has gained a renaissance due to projections that automation will render large segments of the population unemployed.

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