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Michael Munger on the Future of the Sharing Economy and Universal Basic Income

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On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, we welcome our next keynote speaker from the Future of Work 2019 conference, Michael Munger, a professor of political science, economics, and public policy at Duke University. In his talk, he discusses the future of gigs and sharing in the economy and the role of storage could change. Additionally, he examines the messiness of economic revolutions and how a universal basic income could play a role in the next one.

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On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, we welcome our next keynote speaker from the Future of Work 2019 conference, Michael Munger, a professor of political science, economics, and public policy at Duke University. In his talk, he discusses the future of gigs and sharing in the economy and the role of storage could change. Additionally, he examines the messiness of economic revolutions and how a universal basic income could play a role in the next one.

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