Universal basic income

Economics, Economic liberalism


Haagh defines UBI as the desire to ‘give all residents a modest regular income grant that is not dependent on means-tests or work-requirements’ (Haagh 2019).

Some critics of UBI

In (Harris 2023), the author argues that rather than disrupting capitalism, UBI implementations risk reinforcing the modalities of thought that neoliberalism uses to govern.


  1. . . The Case for Universal Basic Income. The Case for. Medford, MA: Polity.
  2. . . "Critical Theory and Universal Basic Income". Critical Sociology. SAGE Publications Ltd, 08969205231151562. DOI.
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