working to test the hypothesis that workers with a stronger safety net will be in a better bargaining position, driving up low-level wages.
Asking the Big Basic Income Questions
Stefan Hilts

Hi, thanks for the undertaking, looking forward to read more ;-). 
My feeling was that with a low UBI, (i.e. not sufficient to guarantee a living), there was rather a chance to have wages going down (employers having more or less the same bargaining power). I guess this section of your study will analyse both hypotheses anyway :)



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