with Penn Prof Ioana Marinescu, Part of Penn Wharton B-School for Public Policy

Ioana Marinescu, Assistant Professor of Economics at the Penn School of Social Policy & Practice, joins host Dan Loney to discuss her recent B-School Seminar presented to congressional staffers that focuses on examining the challenges and economic implications of a Universal Basic Income program in the United States, drawing on new research from existing programs such as the Alaska Permanent Fund.

This seminar is part of the Penn Wharton B-School for Public Policy, a new monthly series of faculty-led seminars for policymakers on Knowledge at Wharton. For more information about how to get involved with Penn Wharton B-School for Public Policy, visit: https://publicpolicy.wharton.upenn.edu/b-school/get-involved/