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Jan 2, 2017 8:30am EST
interested in what you make of that era >> i am steve powell. sinai means china and i don't see a lot of these problems in china. go into this gentleman's comment about enabling people to be unemployed and not look for work, they are supported by families and the government. has there been any research on the effect of getting these men to return to the workforce and their subsidies in the government has been reduced or cut out. >> that's a good segue. has there been any thought to whether universal basic income policy would have on this? >> the first one was their overlap between people being incarcerated in a disability? >> i argue in this book this is something we desperately need to know about. we don't have nearly as much information as we should. >> when we talk about men who were not in the labor force, government statistics don't count people who are incarcerated. it's a civilian on his edition population. >> at this point, 10 times as many people have felonies that large an society. >> okay, so other countries that different and often bigger social safety net for active l
CSPAN
Nov 12, 2016 7:00pm EST
capital is. i don't see a lot of these problems in china. in going to this gentleman's comment about enabling people to be unemployed they are supported by their families but also supported by the government. has there been any research on the effect of getting these men to return to the workforce when their subsidies have been reduced or cut out. >> is a good segue into my question. have you given any thought to what the university basic university basic income policy would have on this speemac feasibility good questions. are there some overlap between people being incarcerated in disability. i argue in this book. this is something we desperately need to know about. well have nearly as much information on this as we should. >> when we talk about men who are not in the labor force the government does not count people who are incarcerated. at this point ten times as many people have felonies at large in society that are behind bars. other countries have bigger social safety nets. has that one reason why they are doing better than we are. i think some of this. the training policies and
CSPAN
Jan 1, 2017 7:30am EST
see a lot of these problems in china. going to this gentleman to comment about enabling people to be unemployed and not look for work, supported by the families but they are also supported by the government. has there been any research on the effect of getting these men to return to the workforce when there are subsidies from the government have been reduced or cut out? >> that's a good segue into my question, because have you given any thought to what a universal basic income policy would have on this? >> those are really good questions. the first one, is a some overlp between people being incarcerated and disability, do we know? >> i argue in this book, this is something we desperately need to know about. we desperately need to know about that. >> when we talk about men who are not in the labor force, the government statistics generally don't tell people were incarcerated. it's a civilian not instituted population. >> at this point 10 times as many people have felonies at large in society as are behind bars. >> other countries have different and often bigger social safety nets,
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