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The Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center invited local, regional, and international experts on universal basic income (UBI) to participate in a new feature: Maine Policy Perspectives. In total, the perspectives of seven individuals are included in this roundtable regarding UBI.
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Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center
universal basic income, cost-benefit analysis, social contract, right to work, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, technological change
Income Distribution | Inequality and Stratification
Soucier, Daniel S.; Howard, Michael W.; Canarie, Dave; Harvey, Philip; Arndt, Georg; Widerquist, Karl; Deprez, Luisa S.; and Zelleke, Almaz, "Universal Basic Income Roundtable" (2019). Maine Policy Perspectives. 1.