Finland’s two-year universal basic income experiment is coming to an end

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The Finnish government is planning to conclude its much-touted universal basic income experiment at the end of the original two-year study period rather than extend it, and has shown signs that it may be moving in a different direction. “Right now, the government is making changes that are taking the system further away from a basic income,” Kela researcher Miska Simanainen told Svenska Dagbladet. Since early 2017, 2,000 unemployed Finns between the ages of 25 and 58 have been receiving an unconditional… View full post on Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building



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