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The Significance of Andrew Yang’s $1,000 Plan

Despite what many may believe, it’s not just about the money

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AAndrew Yang’s plan to provide $1,000 in government-sponsored payments to every American adult each month — an “allowance for grown-ups,” as some have called it — is being touted as a big, bold idea. It’s not without criticism, however, as others…




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Laura Huang

Laura Huang

Professor, Harvard Business School. Author, EDGE: Turning Adversity into Advantage (Jan 2020). Researcher, #inequality, #disadvantage, #bias, #entrepreneurship

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