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Instead of a universal basic income, governments should enrich existing social programs

By Sirvan Karimi, Assistant professor in School of Public Policy and Administration, York University, Canada
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Adopting a universal basic income requires a fundamental restructuring of the existing social safety net in Canada, and would not necessarily conquer income inequality and poverty.

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