Social security cuts may undermine inclusive growth

Hand making sign isolated on whiteLower social security benefits undermine evidence based measures aimed at inclusive growth. Lower social security benefits are often ineffective against many claimant groups and harm children and their social mobility. In short the current Danish make work pay strategy can have unintended adverse effects that jeopardize inclusive growth and is  a move away from the Nordic welfare model. For more see my op ed in the daily newspaper Politiken.


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