- 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.
- Louise Haagh. . The Case for Universal Basic Income. The Case for. Medford, MA: Polity.
- Neal Harris. . "Critical Theory and Universal Basic Income". Critical Sociology. SAGE Publications Ltd, 08969205231151562. DOI.