In response to the recent job posting from Y Combinator for a basic income, Noah Kulwin writes an article summarizing much of the research on basic income that has already been conducted.

He reminds readers that Y Combinator, the San Francisco incubator, wants to fund someone to conduct a study about “basic income,” something we have previously posted about here.

Robert Kneschke / Shutterstock

Robert Kneschke / Shutterstock

For the full article see here:

Noah Kulwin, “Y Combinator Wants to Study Universal Income. Here’s Where it Can Start” Re/code. January 27, 2016.

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