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Overcoming the Implementation Challenges of Universal Basic Income

From 'making the case' to questions of implementation

Overcoming the Implementation Challenges of Universal Basic Income

Universal Basic Income (UBI) has gained popularity in recent decades as a possible solution to problems arising from changing labour relationships, technological automation, and increasing economic inequality. Despite considerable advocation, scholarship has largely neglected to identify that such a policy will carry certain implementation challenges that differ from existing social assistance programmes.