B School for Public Policy
Universal Basic Income
Seminar by Professor Ioana Marinescu
The idea of a universal basic income (UBI) has generated a lot of conversation this year. The conversation in the U.S. often has focused on whether a UBI program here would be politically palatable and feasible. Its economic implications, however, are not always well understood. This seminar will draw on new research on UBI-style programs, such as the Alaska Permanent Fund, to discuss their effects, especially with regard to labor markets.
Date and Time:
The B-School for Public Policy Seminars are free. Seating is limited to 30.
Lunch will be provided.