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One of the world’s largest basic-income trials, a 2-year program in Finland, was a major flop. But experts say the test was flawed.

In 2017, Finland became the first European country to test a government-backed unconditional basic income, which gave people a regular stipend with no strings attached. The trial ended in December 2018 and was widely considered a failure. But many researchers argue that the experiment’s structure was flawed. Visit Business Insider’s […]
One of the world’s largest basic-income trials, a 2-year program in Finland, was a major flop. But experts say the test was flawed.