Critics of universal basic income argue giving people money for nothing discourages working — but a study of Alaska's 36-year-old program suggests that's not the case...


Business Insider | 2018-10-30 18:28 UTC

The Alaska Permanent Fund is tied to oil revenues and worth $65 billion. It has made an annual check of $1,000 to $2,000 available to virtually every citizen since 1982. The fear that giving people regular, no-strings-attached payments might discourage th

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