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The true cost of the government's changes to JobSeeker is incalculable. It's as if it didn't learn from Robodebt

By Peter Martin, Visiting Fellow, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University
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Poor people are different to rich people, and not only in the amount of money they’ve got. They are also different in something that flows from it.

It’s (lack of) ease. And the consequences can be severe.

Economist Sendhil Mullainathan and psychologist Eldar Shafir outline them in their book Scarcity: Why Having So Little Means So Much.

They asked shoppers at a New Jersey mall to take part in a so-called fluid…

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