Unemployment is running high in Finland. And economic growth is running low. The social security system appears inflexible and overly complicated. Now the government is experimenting with a universal basic income.
A group of 2,000 unemployed people in Finland will receive a basic income every month from the state, tax-free and with no strings attached. Proponents hope to prove such schemes boost people's motivation to find work.
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