[Josh Martin]

Wenger writes this post in response to a piece written by Marc Andreessen in which Andreessen discusses the impact of technology on the workforce in the future.  Wenger agrees with Andreessen’s writings, but posits a basic income as a great way to finance the lives of the humans who would no longer be working.

Albert Wenger, “More On Basic Income (and Robots)”, Continuations, 7 July 2014.

About Josh Martin

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Josh Martin is a recent graduate of the London School of Economics and Political Science where he received an MSc in Social Policy and Planning and wrote his dissertation on the universal basic income as a possible solution to the problems facing Universal Credit in the UK. Prior to LSE, he attended St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, and is originally from Decorah, Iowa.